A year ago Thursday, representatives of the Genting Group were celebrating on the Strip at the ceremonial groundbreaking for the $4 billion Resort World Las Vegas. Since then, there have been few visible signs of progress on what is projected to be a 3,000-room resort that would include a 56-story tower.
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A new Nevada gaming regulation will change the manner in which casinos owned by private investment groups report their quarterly financial results.
The casino industry's last female CEO of a major company will head an organization that wants to increase the number of women inside gaming's executive offices.
MGM Resorts International said Thursday it would delay the opening of the planned $3 billion MGM Cotai until the first part of 2017 because of Macau's struggling casino business and the planned openings of other multibillion dollar resorts in the region.
Analysts and investors hoping to learn more about Red Rock Resorts Inc. Thursday were disappointed.
Clark County Chief District Judge David Barker ruled Wednesday that Las Vegas Sands has provided no new grounds to remove District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez from a wrongful termination case against the company.
Lawyers for former Sands China executive Steven Jacobs are resisting the latest efforts by Las Vegas Sands Corp. to remove the judge assigned to his wrongful termination lawsuit.
Casino equipment provider Everi Holdings has replaced its CEO with a long-time board member and gaming industry figure until a permanent leader is named.
Boyd Gaming Corp. reduced a quarterly net loss from a year ago and grew both revenue and earnings in all of 2015, the casino operator said Tuesday.
The D Las Vegas announced a deal Tuesday with the Downtown Project and Fremont East restaurants Le Thai and Bocho in which the casino's customer can redeem their complimentary earned dollars toward meals at the two locations.
Gaming and Leisure Properties and Pinnacle Entertainment will hold separate shareholder meetings on March 15 to approve the companies' $4.75 billion merger.
It's high time to ignore the Culinary Union. Once again, union officials duped us over another stunt stemming from the labor organization's fixation on locals gaming giant Station Casinos.
Clark County District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez again has denied a bias toward or prejudice against Las Vegas Sands Corp. in a wrongful termination case the company has been fighting since 2010.
The marriage between Penn National Gaming and Gaming and Leisure Properties is unbreakable despite a two-year separation. Some marriages might be rocky, but this is a gaming industry Valentine's Day story.
Nevada Gaming Commission member Michonne Ascuaga resigned from the regulatory panel Friday, a day after it was revealed in a court filing that the Northern Nevada casino she managed for 16 years is under a federal investigation for failing to implement effective anti-money laundering programs.
Steve Wynn said Thursday that Macau might be on a rebound and that was good enough for the investment community.
The Sparks Nugget, overseen for 16 years by Nevada Gaming Commission member Michonne Ascuaga, is under a federal investigation for failing to implement effective anti-money laundering programs at the casino, according to court papers filed Wednesday in relation to the property's 2013 sale.
Lawyers for Las Vegas Sands Tuesday filed a motion arguing that Chief District Judge David Barker prematurely denied their request to disqualify Clark County District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez, who has presided over Steven Jacobs' wrongful termination case for the past five years.
Regional gaming operator Pinnacle Entertainment said Thursday it hopes to finalize the $4.75 billion purchase of its casinos by a real estate investment trust sometime this spring.
Wynn Resorts Ltd. Chairman Steve Wynn used his company's year-end conference call Thursday to explain his reasons for personally spending more than $110 million to increase his ownership stake in the casino operator.
The Sparks Nugget, one of Northern Nevada's largest casinos, has been sold to Las Vegas company owned by Anthony Marnell III.
MGM Resorts International will outsource staffing for the company's three Las Vegas arenas/events centers as part of the overall review of the casino operator's business areas.
ESPN has gotten out of an exclusive deal with daily fantasy sports giant DraftKings.