Local 99 Cents Only stores are working to bring beer and wine sales to the Las Vegas area. The chain is seeking approval from the city of Las Vegas City Planning Commission to sell the products in three of its 15 area locations: 1200 S. Decatur Blvd., 45 N. Nellis Blvd. and 1155 E. Charleston Blvd.
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Wells Fargo Securities gaming analyst Dennis Farrell Jr., who specializes in high-yield bonds, said Las Vegas Sands and Wynn Resorts Ltd. have the best credit profiles of any of the major casino operators, primarily because of their wholly owned Macau operations.
The rift within the casino industry over Internet gambling was on full display Tuesday when U.S. House lawmakers explored whether there was any appetite for federal government action on Web-based gaming.
Slot machine route operator Golden Gaming acquired a Northern Nevada rival, which will give the Las Vegas-based firm roughly 8,000 total slot machines in more than 700 statewide locations.
ATLANTIC CITY — New Jersey casino regulators dealt a losing hand Wednesday to the world’s largest online poker website, barring PokerStars from conducting Internet gambling in the state for two years.
NEW YORK — The stock market fell the most in more than a month on Wednesday as investors assessed weak earnings reports from several U.S. companies.
Leave it to Allegiant Air to come up with a new way to get a few more dollars out of its passengers.
South Point Arena and Equestrian Center has entered into a multiyear partnership with the Priefert farm, ranch and rodeo equipment manufacturing company to name its arena expansion project the Priefert Pavilion.
The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, which stages the popular National Finals Rodeo, will let Las Vegas know within 30 days whether it will accept a 10-year deal to stay in the city beyond the 2014 NFR event, PRCA Commissioner Karl Stressman said Tuesday.
ATLANTIC CITY — A wide variety of bids may be considered when The Atlantic Club is sold at a bankruptcy auction next week.