Caesars Entertainment Corp. filed a lawsuit against Massachusetts Gaming Commission Chairman Stephen Crosby, claiming the state’s top gaming regulator had several conflicts of interest that ultimately played into the casino giant’s departure from a proposed $1 billion Boston-area gaming complex.
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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.
Circus Circus said Monday that it will open a new roller coaster in its Adventuredome in late January. The exact date was not announced.
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.
Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s business relationship with a Philadelphia-based online gaming company does not mean the company is lobbying for legalized Internet wagering or looking to reverse its withdrawn bid for a gaming license application in Pennsylvania, a company spokesman said Monday.
BOSTON — The investigative arm of the state gambling commission recommended on Monday that MGM Resorts be found suitable to proceed with a bid for a casino in downtown Springfield, provided company officials adequately explain to the five-member commission several concerns raised during a lengthy background check.
If Tim Poster’s suitability hearing in front of Nevada gaming regulators had been filmed for reality television, it might have saved that awful “The Casino” series he and business partner Tom Breitling had when they owned the Golden Nugget in 2004.
It has been two years since Massachusetts took steps to become the gaming industry’s next casino development destination, but cards haven’t left the dealing shoes and slot machines remain silent.
A developing tourism mecca in the heart of the Negev Desert could be a potential casino site, an Israeli official told the Review-Journal on Thursday.
Nevada Restaurant Services Inc., which operates more than 80 Dotty’s taverns statewide, was given preliminary approval Wednesday by the Gaming Control Board to acquire the Hacienda near Boulder City.