Boyd Gaming Corp.’s profits and revenue declined in the second quarter because of continued weakness in many regional markets. The company’s online gaming business in New Jersey, however, was a bright spot.
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The state’s highest court ruled Tuesday that voters can decide the fate of the casino gambling law, throwing the future of casinos in Massachusetts into question.
The Peppermill Casino in Reno has joined the online poker room operated by Ultimate Gaming.
An appellate court on Monday upheld a $19 million judgment against “Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis in a slander case filed over his claims that casino mogul Steve Wynn had threatened to kill him.
The Supreme Court on Monday left in place a ban on sports gambling in New Jersey, rebuffing an attempt to bring betting on professional and college sporting events to Atlantic City casinos and the state’s racetracks.
The relationship between medical marijuana and the gaming industry just won’t go up in smoke.
BOSTON — Mohegan Sun and Wynn Resorts laid out plans Friday to help alleviate Boston-area traffic created by their proposed casinos.
Atlantic City’s Revel is “a melting ice cube” that needs immediate help to stay open until a buyer can be found, its lawyer told a Bankruptcy Court judge Friday.
The unfinished Harmon is coming down. MGM Resorts International has begun the year-long process of demolishing the portion of the CityCenter complex that was never completed after the building was deemed structurally unsound.
Atlantic City’s Revel warned its staff Thursday that it will shut down this summer if a buyer can’t be found in bankruptcy court.
Wynn Resorts says all three owners of the former chemical plant in Everett, Mass., where it wants to develop a $1.6 billion resort casino have signed statements that no criminals will secretly profit from the land deal.
Gamblit Gaming, a start-up gaming equipment company that plans to combine traditional slot machines with entertainment-style video games, was granted a license Thursday in Las Vegas by the Nevada Gaming Commission.
Nevada Gaming Commission Chairman Peter Bernhard, who has overseen the casino industry’s regulatory panel for nearly 13 years, will resign following Thursday’s meeting in Las Vegas.
The chief executive of European online gaming giant 888 Holdings said Wednesday that rival PokerStars should be allowed to operate in the United States now that the company is being sold for $4.9 billion to a Canadian Internet wagering firm.
In honor of gaming pioneer Jackie Gaughan’s passing, a casino memorabilia exhibit was created.
California is known for having high-priced beachfront real estate. But even $4.9 billion might not be enough of a payment to let a Canadian gaming company settle into the neighborhood.
BOSTON — Casino opponents said Tuesday they’ve collected more than double the number of signatures they need to ask voters in November to repeal the state’s 2011 casino law.
MGM Resorts International and Prince George’s County signed a community benefits agreement on Tuesday that ensures 50 percent of the jobs slated for the $925 million MGM National Harbor will go to local residents.
Caesars Entertainment Corp., extended by more than a week an offer for investors to purchase $791.8 million in the company’s long-term debt.
The countdown has begun. Operators of the SLS Las Vegas said the $415 million hotel-casino will open at midnight Aug. 23.
ATLANTIC CITY — About 12 percent of New Jersey gamblers would take their business to one or more of the four new casinos being built in New York, according to a new poll.
Slot machine giant International Game Technology all but confirmed the company is up for sale Monday, saying in a statement it was “currently” exploring “a broad range of strategic alternatives.”
It’s a good thing John Vandemore spent several years as the chief financial officer for Imagineering, the theme park development arm for the Walt Disney Co. His tenure as CFO of International Game Technology has been one roller coaster ride after another.