MGM Resorts International by the end of the year will introduce a new program to identify and help compulsive gamblers in the company’s U.S. casinos.
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The terms of a merger of two subsidiaries of Caesars Entertainment have been amended, clearing a path for the company’s emergence from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
A California man won $191 million off a Mega Millions lottery ticket he bought in Primm, officials with the California Lottery said Friday.
The idea to lower Nevada’s legal gambling age percolated after a veteran asked Assemblyman Jim Wheeler a simple question. The man, who had served in Afghanistan, asked Wheeler how a person could be old enough vote or fight in wars but be considered too young to legally gamble.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. has reached agreement to pay a $44 million “exit fee” to leave as a retail customer of Nevada Power and purchase its own power supplies on the wholesale market.
Summerlin developer Howard Hughes Corp. has laid out plans for a new office complex in an area where a slot-machine maker is said to be looking to move.
Paced by revenue generated by its new National Harbor casino near Washington D.C. and the improving performance of its 10 Las Vegas properties, MGM Resorts International on Thursday reported improved fourth-quarter earnings from last year.
Interblock d.d., a developer of multi-player electronic table games, continues to expand its staff in Las Vegas as sales expand at a double digit clip, Chief Executive Officer John Connelly said.
Wynn Resorts Ltd. recently announced it is placing an Amazon Echo in every Las Vegas guest room. How many visitors know that their requests could be stored and retrieved, not by the hotel, but by Amazon?
Las Vegas-based Boyd Gaming Corp. reported $12.2 million in net fourth-quarter earnings after a loss of $6.9 million last year, beating Wall Street analysts’ expectations.
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