Tourism is a copycat business world with few original ideas so it isn’t hard to look at what airlines have done over the past decade to see the Strip parking correlation.
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The Nevada Gaming Policy Committee has asked the state’s gaming regulators to develop a new set of rules to oversee wagering on competitive video games known as e-sports.
Creditors of Nevada Gaming Partners LLC are scheduled to meet for the first time Thursday to discuss the bankruptcy filing of the company that just reopened the Klondike Sunset Casino in Henderson.
Several prominent Las Vegas casino executives will help lead the Presidential Inaugural Committee, planning and coordinating official events related to Republican President-elect Donald Trump’s installation into the White House early next year.
Clark County commissioners selected a union leader, an African-American business leader and a woman casino executive to serve on the board that will select the site and oversee planning for a $1.9 billion stadium proposed as the new home of the NFL’s Oakland Raiders.
The chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission says Raiders games aren’t likely to come off the state’s betting boards if the NFL franchise moves from Oakland to Las Vegas — even if the league asks for a wagering prohibition on the team.
Station Casinos has opened a $175 million expansion of the Graton Resort & Casino it manages for the the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria in Rohnert Park, California.
A former Station Casinos and Silverton food and beverage executive has been named the new director of tavern operations for PT’s Entertainment Group.
Las Vegas-based Affinity Gaming, owner of the Silver Sevens property in Las Vegas and three hotel-casinos in Primm, on Monday reported its strongest quarter of the year for property level adjusted cash flow.
Amaya Inc.’s founder has made a cash offer to take the Canadian owner of the PokerStars online gambling service private in a deal valued at about $6.7 billion, including debt.