The publishing in a newspaper of tycoon Joseph Lau Luen-hung's medical records last Tuesday could be an offence under Macau law, a lawyer there has said.
Billionaire property tycoon Joseph Lau Luen-hung was "utterly shocked" to see his medical report in a Chinese newspaper and plans to lodge a complaint with the privacy commissioner.
The three broadsheets - Apple Daily, Oriental Daily News and The Sun - all increased their prices from HK$6 to HK$7 yesterday.
Hong Kong media magnate Jimmy Lai Chee-ying yesterday said he would continue to run his print empire in Taiwan now that a NT$17.5 billion (HK$4.55 billion) deal to sell Next Media's combined print...
Next Media's sale of its Taiwanese operations is still up in the air as the island's regulators continue to review the HK$4.65 billion deal, an official said yesterday. "The Taiwanese buyers have...
Executive Councillor Franklin Lam Fan-keung has decided not to sue Apple Daily for an article that said he was biased against migrants - a claim the paper has admitted was untrue.
The Apple Daily newspaper was recently obliged to issue a front-page apology to executive councillor Franklin Lam Fan-keung, after wrongly claiming that he had admitted discriminating against...
A former Apple Daily photographer was acquitted of assaulting a security guard while working at the government headquarters after a magistrate agreed he might have acted in self-defence.
Next Media, which is in the process of selling its loss-making Taiwan businesses, has reported losses for the six months to September, almost triple that of last year.
Asian media mogul Jimmy Lai’s sale of his Taiwan holdings has sparked protests in Taipei as fears grow it will greatly expand Chinese influence on the democratic island.
Corruption, collusion, conflict of interest - call in the ICAC, quickly!
It's rarely a good sign when the media become the headlines. Yet some of the more entertaining stories in recent days have to do with local news outlets.