The Sparks Nugget, one of Northern Nevada's largest casinos, has been sold to Las Vegas company owned by Anthony Marnell III.
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Job applicants hoping to land one of more than 700 seasonal jobs being offered by MGM Resorts International no longer have to participate in a "cattle call-like" interview process.
What is the connection between owning the Golden Nugget and television? Tilman Fertitta, chairman and CEO Landry's Inc., the privately held Houston-based company that owns the Fremont Street resort, is about to find out.
Wynn Resorts Chairman Steve Wynn spent more than $31.8 million this week to acquire additional shares of his casino company's stock, according to a securities filing Friday.
MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO Jim Murren said Friday the company anticipated complaints from the local community over plans to charge for parking at its nine Strip casinos, but was somewhat taken aback by the "velocity and venom" that has surfaced.
Nevada gaming regulators signed off Thursday on plans for Station Casinos to become a public company under a new name — Red Rock Resorts — which will be traded on the Nasdaq.
CHICAGO — A U.S. judge has opened the door to dismissing the $18 billion Caesars bankruptcy case unless parties find a way to make public results of an inquiry into whether the casino operator transferred its most profitable properties to new owners before filing to reorganize under Chapter 11.
Clark County commissioners gave developers of Resorts World Las Vegas the go-ahead Wednesday to move forward on the $4 billion hotel-casino project.
Nomura has downgraded several gaming company stocks, trimming Melco's target price to $16 from $17, Las Vegas Sands to $43 from $47 and Wynn Resorts to $64 from $73.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. is making a new attempt to remove District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez from a wrongful termination case that has received widespread publicity.
Corey Sanders and Gordon Absher drew the short straws. Sanders, MGM Resorts International's chief operating officer, and Absher, the casino company's veteran public affairs spokesman, took the brunt of Friday's firestorm.
Mark Thomas Georgantas knows how to beat baccarat, blackjack, craps and roulette in Las Vegas.
On the surface, the new gambling compact between the Seminole Indian Tribe and Florida Gov. Rick Scott looks like a win-win for both sides.
Paid fantasy sports games are illegal in Vermont, a top law enforcement official said on Friday, as the New England state's legislature took up discussion of a bill that would exempt the popular games from the state's anti-gambling laws.
Gov. Brian Sandoval wants the state's Gaming Policy Committee to address daily fantasy sports, an activity that was effectively banned by gaming regulators last fall unless it was offered by licensed company.
MGM Resorts International will break from a long-standing Las Vegas tradition and begin charging customers to park at the company's Strip resorts as part of a $90 million strategy to "expand and enhance" the company's parking infrastructure.
In a move to soften the blow, Wynn Resorts Ltd. told investors Friday its Macau gaming operations had a horrible fourth quarter, which drove down the company's overall results in the three-month period.
An American operator of an Antigua-based online sport betting enterprise, who spent over 13 years as a fugitive from U.S. justice while continuing to run the business, pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge on Thursday in New York.
Fitch Ratings Service tossed some cold water on plans by several casino companies to separate their properties in real estate investment trusts.
MGM Resorts International said Thursday it hired two real estate veterans to head MGM Growth Properties, the casino operator's planned real estate investment trust.
Isle of Capri Casinos CEO Virginia McDowell will retire for the regional gaming company in April and be replaced by current chief financial officer Eric Hausler.
Fallout from the Adelson family's December purchase of the Las Vegas Review-Journal and its relationship with Connecticut newspaper publisher Michael Schroeder surfaced Tuesday morning in District Court in the bruising wrongful termination lawsuit filed by former Sands Macau casino executive Steve Jacobs.
A disgraced Connecticut newspaper owner associated with casino mogul Sheldon Adelson's recent purchase of the Review-Journal has emerged as a figure in a long-running lawsuit that involves allegations that Adelson tolerated organized crime ties at his properties in Macau.