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  • Dec 1- A version of Shamoon, the destructive computer virus that four years ago crippled tens of thousands of computers at Middle Eastern energy companies, was used two weeks ago to attack computers in Saudi Arabia, according to U.S. security firms. Saudi Arabia confirmed on Thursday that hackers had launched a virus attack on computers in government bodies and...

  • Dec 1- A version of Shamoon, the destructive computer virus that crippled tens of thousands of computers at Middle Eastern energy companies four years ago, was used in mid-November to attack computers in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere in the region, according to U.S. security firms. The reappearance of Shamoon is significant as there have only been a handful of other...

  • Nov 30- A version of Shamoon, the destructive computer virus that four years ago crippled tens of thousands of computers at Middle Eastern energy companies, was used two weeks ago to attack computers in Saudi Arabia, according to U.S. security firms. The reappearance of Shamoon is significant as there have only been a handful of other high-profile attacks...

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  • MACAU, Sept 13- U.S. casino mogul Sheldon Adelson opens his fifth resort in the Chinese gambling hub of Macau on Tuesday, as signs emerge of a turnaround in the territory's fortunes after two years of falling revenues cast doubt on the wisdom of new developments. Macau's casino industry has been hit by China's slowing economic growth, a campaign against...

  • MACAU, Sept 13- U.S. casino mogul Sheldon Adelson opens his fifth resort in the Chinese gambling hub of Macau on Tuesday, as signs emerge of a turnaround in the territory's fortunes after two years of falling revenues cast doubt on the wisdom of new developments. Sands China, a subsidiary of Adelson's Las Vegas Sands, throws open the doors of the $3 billion Parisian...

  • HONG KONG, Sept 1- Macau, the world's biggest casino hub, posted a 1.1 percent rise in gambling revenue in August, the first positive monthly year-over-year growth in more than two years, after the opening of Wynn Macau's $4 billion resort in the southern Chinese territory. Macau, the only place in China where casino gambling is legal, is set for another multibillion...

  • *Wynn Palace most expensive Macau resort yet. *Wynn says Macau becoming "normalized". MACAU, Aug 17- U.S. casino tycoon Steve Wynn's newest pleasure palace in Macau boasts massive dancing fountains but the Chinese territory is anything but bubbly as it prepares to welcome the $4 billion resort to its struggling glitter strip next week.

  • *Wynn Palace most expensive Macau resort yet. MACAU, Aug 17- U.S. casino tycoon Steve Wynn's newest pleasure palace in Macau boasts massive dancing fountains but the Chinese territory is anything but bubbly as it prepares to welcome the $4 billion resort to its struggling glitter strip next week. Casino bosses are upbeat, saying the new resorts on the Cotai strip...

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  • Sheldon Adelson may donate $100M to Trump's campaign

    The casino mogul is contemplating a $100 million contribution to Donald Trump's campaign.

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    Paul Ryan was convincing when he said he wouldn't accept the GOP nomination for president. But if you were listening, he hinted at what might be next.

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