Nevada and Strip gaming revenue fell during October, the fourth time in the last five months that the results showed declining numbers, according to figures released Monday by the Gaming Control Board.
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SLS Las Vegas lost $38.7 million in the third quarter and has lost more than $122.7 million in the first nine months of the year, according to a securities filing Friday.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Friday reported its second straight quarterly profit, reversing a net loss from a year ago.
Slot machine giant International Game Technology, which merged with lottery provider GTECH earlier this year, said Thursday the combined company recorded a net profit of $7.1 million in the third quarter.
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The gaming industry's largest trade group said Wednesday it will spend 2016 determining if "a rational alternative" exists to the nation's current sports wagering laws, which legally allows the activity to take place in just four states.
Regional casino operator Full House Resort reversed a third quarter net loss while cash flow jumped 20.5 percent for the Las Vegas-based company.
Recent events surrounding the Strip's troubled northern end are short-term fixes to a problem that can only be resolved with a pair of implosions and a construction effort not witnessed in more than a half-decade.
New York's attorney general said Tuesday daily fantasy sports was illegal gambling and ordered the popular websites DraftKings and FanDuel to immediately stop accepting wagers in the state.
Las Vegas-based Affinity Gaming reversed a net loss in the third quarter, due in part to increased cash flow at the company's Nevada properties.
Treasure Island owner Phil Ruffin said Tuesday he offered $1.3 billion last month to buy The Mirage, but the neighboring casino's owner, MGM Resorts International, rejected the deal.
Scientific Games Corp. CEO Gavin Isaacs said Monday the Las Vegas-based company is in a stronger place within the gaming equipment sector than it was a year ago despite a third-quarter loss.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. took a net loss in the third quarter due to accumulation of nearly $1 billion in commitments from bond holders concerning its bankrupt operating division, but said overall revenue increased over the three month period.
Lodging giant Starwood Resorts Worldwide has a deal with the SLS Las Vegas to land its first W branded hotel on the Strip, a move that could help lift the financial profile of both the resort and its North Strip neighborhood.
Don't look for the floodgates to open now that MGM Resorts International has unveiled its plans for a real estate investment trust.
Those hoping to hear a little more color on Station Casinos planned $100 million initial public offering Thursday were sorely disappointed.
An independent investigation into transactions by casino giant Caesars Entertainment Operating Co., CEOC, prior to its $18 billion bankruptcy filing will not conclude by a Dec. 15 deadline, a court-appointed examiner said on Thursday.
Eldorado Resorts' $72.5 million purchase of Circus Circus Reno and the remaining half of the Silver Legacy from MGM Resorts International drew praise from Nevada gaming regulators Thursday as the perfect transaction for the resurgent Northern Nevada casino market.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board granted a preliminary approval to Nevada Gold's purchase of the Club Fortune Casino in Henderson.
Beneath a cloudy grey sky, bronze headstones stood out from the green grass at Veterans Memorial Cemetery. Along the rows of graves, 39 Southern Nevada veterans walked solemnly, their heads hung low.
Las Vegas-based Golden Entertainment, in its first two months as a public company, hopes its initial quarterly results foreshadowed the business's potential for investors.
Golden Gate majority owner Derek Stevens was approved Wednesday to acquire the remaining 35 percent of the downtown Las Vegas landmark from Mark Brandenburg, whose family founded the casino.
The owners of the Fontainebleau agreed Wednesday to cover up the rusty side of the unfinished resort, which has been an eyesore on the Strip for six years.