That look of love may just as well be something else Is Steve Wynn dating a former Miss World contestant? A weekly magazine yesterday ran a story that suggested Mr Wynn, 65, could be dating Cally Kwong Mei-wan, 44, after they met at the Wynn Las Vegas Resort over the Lunar New Year. Mr Wynn was believed to have earlier sent her 999 roses on the occasion of her Christmas Eve birthday at Wynn Macau Resort. That may have been a 'beautiful misunderstanding', the report quoted a friend of Mr Wynn as saying. 'No way - he would never send that many roses,' said the friend, adding that Mr Wynn has a happy family with a wife and two daughters. Even so, Mr Wynn is reputedly popular among woman. His friend joked: 'He would stare at you - like he is really in love with you. Truth is - he can't see very well at night.' Wynn Macau's Bowie bows out Wynn Macau, president Grant Bowie can't wait until the casino resort's first anniversary before ending his days in Macau. The man who spent more than three years building the resort from scratch will have his last day this Friday. Ian Coughlan, formerly the general manager of the Peninsula Hong Kong, will be replacing Mr Bowie. Top Apple staff take big bites How much does media maverick Jimmy Lai Chee-ying pay his top editors? According to the latest annual report, Mr Lai awarded Apple Daily chairman Tung Chuen-cheuk HK$6.6 million last year, up 79.4 per cent from 2005. Mr Tung's pay included a HK$4.57 million basic salary and HK$1.73 million in share payment. Mr Lai also gave Taiwan Apple Daily and Taiwan Next Magazine chairman Ip Yut-kin a pay cheque of HK$4.19 million, up 27.1 per cent. Mr Lai himself took HK$3.04 million, up 18.2 per cent. His editorial staff probably thought Mr Lai was too modest with his own pay award, given the time and effort he put in the newsroom. Who's unhappy with whom? Outgoing Link Reit chief executive Victor So Hing-woh can't be too unhappy with major shareholder the Children's Investment Fund. Nor the fund with him. Mr So last year was awarded HK$6.86 million in pay, up 260 per cent, and much more than the Link's rental income increase for the same year. More than that, Mr So was the only executive with a performance bonus, picking up HK$1.64 million. So much for the supposed TCI pressure on Mr So to improve the rental yield or get out. Mainland fat cats Forbes yesterday unveiled in its Chinese version the 20 highest paid executives in non-state-owned companies. The highest paid was Ping An Insurance chief executive Peter Ma Mingzhe, who earned an after-tax income of 13.38 million yuan, followed by Shenzhen Development Bank chairman Frank Newman and China Minsheng Banking Corp president Eddie Wang Tongshi. All those in favour say 'Aye' At the extraordinary general meeting of Willie International Holdings yesterday, a small Hong Kong-listed company, a share issue mandate and share option scheme were passed with possibly a record low attendance. Only 278,470 votes or about 0.002 per cent of the 11.67 million eligible votes were cast in support of the share issue. The share option scheme was passed with a show of hands. Willie is one of very few Hong Kong companies that do not have major shareholders. Nor do the directors own any of the company's shares.