A one-stop gambling slot machine that allows players to book a sports bet or print a tax form was unveiled Monday at the Global Gaming Expo.
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An early Thursday morning fire forced the evacuation of three floors of the Carson Tower at the Golden Nugget in downtown Las Vegas.
CHICAGO — Caesars Entertainment Corp. said on Wednesday it proposed along with its private equity backers a settlement offer with an added $1.6 billion for creditors of its casino operating unit, raising hopes of an end to the subsidiary’s costly bankruptcy.
In terms of success, Atlantic City’s former Revel casino was a zero. If it had a number, it was a negative: It went bankrupt twice and then shut down in 2014. But new owner Glenn Straub hopes to swing the pendulum all the way in the other direction by renaming the casino resort Ten
Maryland lottery officials inflated a $262 million, eight-year information technology contract for monitoring wagers to include kinds of internet gambling that aren’t allowed under state law, according to one of the losing bidders.
A new concept that allows businesses to place wagers on behalf of passive investors is failing to gain much traction with Nevada’s sports books.
Here are nine takeaways from the week photojournalist Erik Verduzco and I spent in Macau for Tuesday’s opening of the Parisian Macao. There’s a lot to be said for “everything under one roof.”
A Wynn Las Vegas spokesman Saturday denied allegations the Strip resort discriminated against a disabled employee diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit Friday that accuses Wynn Las Vegas of discriminating against a disabled employee, a U.S. Army veteran diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Billionaire investors Marc Rowan and David Bonderman are among Caesars Entertainment Corp. directors who must disclose details of their wealth to creditors of the casino holding company’s bankrupt subsidiary, a U.S. judge ruled.