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.
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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.
Former Golden Nugget owner and Wynn Resorts Ltd. executive Tim Poster struck out Wednesday to gain a preliminary finding of suitability from Nevada gaming regulators, an initial step toward receiving a full-fledged gaming license.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. announced plans Monday to refinance the company’s existing debt using a consortium of banks.
Dennis Mathews, 44, picked up his first bowling ball at age 8 and has spent most of his life in a bowling center.
With one month left in 2013, Macau’s casino industry already has blown away its 2012 record gaming revenue production.
Anyone trying decipher subliminal messages from the early November policy address by Macau’s top government official would have an easier time determining whether the Beatles were secretly telling us Paul was dead through the “Abbey Road” album cover.
Owners of the former Western Hotel on Fremont Street are looking to preserve the right to offer gambling on the site, but they’re not shopping for roulette wheels and gaudy carpeting just yet.
Nevada gaming revenues declined 2.58 percent in October, ending two straight monthly increases. Gaming revenues on the Strip declined 5.06 percent.
When a multimillion dollar retail project debuts at the Tropicana Las Vegas, the resort’s chief executive expects the new retailers will transform the south end of the Strip.