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Macau posted a drop of 9.6 percent in gambling revenue for May, with the pace of decline accelerating from the previous month, as wealthy gamblers continued to steer clear of the southern Chinese territory.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. has reached a confidential settlement with Steven Jacobs, former president and CEO of Sands China Ltd., who filed a wrongful termination lawsuit shortly after he was fired in July 2010.
MGM Resorts International and its MGM Growth Properties subsidiary will acquire Boyd Gaming Corp.’s half interest in Atlantic City’s Borgata resort for $900 million, the two companies announced Tuesday.
Massachusetts is set to launch this week a first-in-the-nation system allowing slot players to limit their bets, following months of planning and some pushback from the gambling industry.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a union challenge seeking to restore health and pension benefits for more than 1,000 workers at the Trump Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City.
Casinos in Macau face a growing volume of bad debt provisions, further hitting earnings in the world’s largest gambling hub at a time when high-roller VIP gamblers are retreating.
Bill Walters, 69, is the sort of person for whom it is possible to use the phrase “latest indictment.” But, notably, none of those indictments has ever resulted in a conviction.
This time, it will be different. That’s the mantra for those hoping to successfully revitalize the Moulin Rouge in historic west Las Vegas after more than 60 years of failed development attempts.
Republican Gov. Chris Christie has signed a package of bills to keep financially troubled Atlantic City from running out of cash.
New Jersey’s legislature approved two bills that would pull Atlantic City from the brink of bankruptcy and give the troubled gambling hub about five months to right its finances — a task that if unmet would result in an unprecedented state takeover.
Convention attendance continued to soar in April, keeping visitor volume for the month in positive territory compared with last year, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority reported Thursday.
The saga continues in the ongoing legal battle between Wynn Resorts’ Steve Wynn; his ex-wife and fellow board member, Elaine Wynn; and Japanese businessman Kazuo Okada, who was once a major Wynn Resorts shareholder.
Two new casinos proposed for northern New Jersey near New York City could save, or destroy, Atlantic City, panelists at a major casino conference said Thursday.
Sports betting remains a bright spot in Nevada’s otherwise lackluster gaming win in April, with the $292.3 million wagered on basketball, hockey, baseball and other events —a record for the month, the Gaming Control Board reported Thursday.
After a “multimillion dollar renovation” the rooftop Pool at the Plaza will open for hotel guests and the public on July 2 at the Plaza in downtown Las Vegas.
Internet gambling has tremendous growth potential in the United States as ever-greater percentages of the public use smartphones, participants in a major gambling conference said Wednesday.
Officials for Moulin Rouge Holdings held a groundbreaking on Tuesday for the new Moulin Rouge Las Vegas.
Executives of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino topped off the expansion of its meetings and convention space Monday with a ceremony for the project that will bring the property’s meeting space to 110,000 square feet.
A group of predominantly African-American investors, led by former Oakland Raiders players Ronnie Lott and Rodney Peete, have met with team and city officials about developing a stadium to keep the NFL team in California.
Atlantic City’s casinos saw their collective operating profit rise by 31 percent in the first three months of the year in another hopeful sign that the struggling industry may be stabilizing.
The magic behind Las Vegas and getting visitors to return again and again is creating experiences with gaming, entertainment, shopping, and dining.
When the Malaysia-based Genting Group opens its $4 billion, 3,100-room Chinese-themed Resorts World Las Vegas property on the north end of the Strip in 2019 it will have a “celestial sphere” that will project visitor selfies.