Nevada’s jobless rate fell to its lowest level since June 2008 as annual job growth outpaced the nation’s in October.
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TENTON, N.J. — A federal judge ruled Friday that New Jersey cannot partially lift a prohibition on sports betting in an effort boost the state’s struggling horse racing and casino industries.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development board on Thursday formally approved the state’s $1.3 billion incentive package for Tesla Motors to build its 5.8 million-square-foot electric battery gigafactory in Northern Nevada.
Northern Nevada will have its gigafactory.
Scientific Games Corp. completed its $5.1 billion acquisition of slot machine giant Bally Technologies on Friday, finalizing the buyout is less than four months.
A year ago, New York financier Ronald Perelman was adding a slot machine division to his Scientific Games Corp., one the top lottery providers in the U.S.
Wynn Resorts Ltd. said it doesn’t believe it is under federal investigation despite published reports the casino operator is being targeted for potential money laundering violations.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and other proposed downtown stadium backers on Thursday pitched Major League Soccer officials on awarding a franchise to Las Vegas.
ALBANY, N.Y. — The decision on where to build casinos in upstate New York will make some developers very happy. For others, it will spell the disappointing end to a long and expensive bid for a piece of the action.
A small decline in turkey prices helped hold the increase in the cost of preparing a Thanksgiving meal for 10 to less than 1 percent this year, the country’s largest farm group said on Thursday.
MGM Resorts International said Thursday it hopes to raise $1 billion in new debt to help pay for some of the development costs surrounding the company’s hotel-casino projects in Massachusetts and Maryland.
The holiday season has some of the busiest and priciest travel days of the year. Luckily, rising prices and packed flights can be worked around. We collected these expert tips to find prices in your budget — even on peak travel days.
TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey could drop its ban on betting on sports entirely, but it cannot legally set conditions as it ends the prohibition, a lawyer for the NCAA and four major sports leagues told a federal judge Thursday.
BOSTON — The state’s three licensed casino companies voiced strong concerns Thursday about a plan floated by regulators to limit the time and money gamblers spend at casinos.
Florida-based Halifax Media Group was purchased Thursday by New York-based New Media Investment Group for $280 million.
You’re likely familiar with the satisfaction that comes with saving money on gifts, especially during holiday shopping frenzy. However, a money-saving strategy that some have sadly evaded for far too long is online shopping.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and City Manager Betsy Fretwell are joining soccer stadium backer Justin Findlay today to pitch Major League Soccer officials on the merits of the city hosting an MLS team.
A rule change allowing Chinese visitors to return to the U.S. multiple times over a 10-year period is being hailed as a boon to American tourism, with the federal government predicting the economic impact could be $85 billion by 2021.
UFC President Dana White would love the hometown Ultimate Fighting Championship to christen the new 20,000-seat arena under construction behind New York-New York on the Strip with a fight event in spring 2016. But White and UFC face competition.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. is considering placing its largest operating division into a real estate investment trust as a way of dealing with its gaming industry-high debt, according to a filing Wednesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
A prominent Nevada transportation company is joining regulators in their court battle against the ride-sharing company Uber.
ATLANTIC CITY — A Toronto-based company is abandoning its plan to buy the former Revel in Atlantic City, dealing another blow to a city reeling from a string of casino closures and the disappearance of thousands of jobs.
Your human resources department carries huge responsibilities with major legal and financial implications. While most HR departments have proper practices and procedures in place to reduce their liability, that doesn’t stop them from making mistakes. The consequences of these mistakes can be far-reaching and can impact your finances greatly.
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