Nevada’s gaming win in August dipped slightly compared with last year and Strip win showed the highest decline in the state in a month in which statistics don’t tell the whole story.
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Critics of a proposed $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat domed football stadium say they want a better deal for Southern Nevadans if tax dollars are used to help fund construction, but an influential casino lobbying group joined the debate Wednesday by saying stadium developers and government officials have covered all areas of concern.
Casino operators and gaming suppliers are racing to innovate to take advantage of new global growth opportunities.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. and representatives of its largest creditor groups struck a deal to fund a reorganization of the casino giant’s bankrupt operating unit, a major step toward ending two years of rancorous court battles that embroiled the company and its controlling shareholders, Apollo Global Management LLC and TPG Capital.
The international mining industry is well aware of the Silver State’s standing as a producer of precious minerals, but the Nevada industry is getting a bigger spotlight this week in Southern Nevada.
J.C. Penney Co. plans to hire 600 seasonal associates in the Las Vegas area for the holidays.
Wells Fargo says CEO John Stumpf and the executive who ran the bank’s retail banking division will forfeit tens of millions of dollars in bonuses as the bank tries to stem a scandal over its sales practices.
Products to touch and feel. Celebrity appearances. Music — in one case a DJ. And plenty of swag. All could be found Tuesday at Global Gaming Expo, the gaming industry’s top trade show.
A Sacramento, California, woman won $1,000 and free rides for a year on SlotZilla.
There are several products and services that are worth paying a little more for because the cheaper alternatives could cost you additional cash in the long run. Here are 11 things you probably don’t want to skimp on just to save money.
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