The Carolina Panthers didn't exist and Peyton Manning was in high school when Congress halted expansion of legal sports wagering in the U.S. in 1992.
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Early figures show Las Vegas Sands's ask for tourism-based taxes for its joint project with UNLV would be among the biggest ever for an NFL-ready stadium.The size of Las Vegas Sands Corp.'s stadium subsidy ask bucks current trends in the funding of football stadium construction, sports economists say.
Los Angeles-based Hyperloop Technologies Inc. has submitted plans for a full-scale test site at the Apex Industrial Park, according to CEO Rob Lloyd.
A local investment firm plans to build a Starwood Hotels-branded property near the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The CEO of a U.S. mall operator who said this week that Amazon.com Inc. plans to open up to 400 physical bookstores clarified his comments on Wednesday, saying they were "not intended" to represent the online retailer's plans.
Super Bowl 50 viewers not only want to watch the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos this weekend, they want the opportunity to wager on the game as well.
Caesars Entertainment Corp.'s bankrupt operating unit reported a net loss of $100.3 million in December, the first time since filing for Chapter 11 reorganization that the division lost money.
The Super Bowl is less than a week away, so there are some big decisions to make for the big day. Like: What will you eat? Will it be pizza or wings? And if you decide to go with wings, will they be spicy or mild?
Toyota Motor Corp said it will wind down its Scion brand in the United States, retreating from a 12-year effort to create a separate identity for small cars aimed at young buyers.
A coalition of rooftop solar companies on Tuesday urged the U.S. Senate to adopt an amendment to an energy bill that would give states the authority to prohibit monopoly utilities from retroactively penalizing customers who invest in solar.
Uber has a new logo and lots of people hate it.
Poor sewage-stained Cashman Stadium in downtown Las Vegas.
MGM Resorts International said Tuesday it will outsource the parking operations at its Strip properties to SP+, a Chicago-based company that operates more than 3,900 parking facilities in North America.
Boyd Gaming Corp. is spending more than $100 million on upgrades and renovations to the company's Las Vegas and regional properties.
Amaya Gaming CEO David Baazov knows how to make financial headlines. The Montreal-based business spent $4.9 billion to acquire the parent company of PokerStars in 2014. A year later, Amaya, already publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange, gained listing on the Nasdaq to open itself up to U.S. investors.
Ashley Madison's infamous hack last summer exposed millions of cheaters, so the infidelity dating site rolled out a new security feature this week: Masks.
NV Energy has proposed to state utility regulators seven different options to grandfather in rooftop solar customers who installed systems before new, less generous net metering rates took effect on Jan. 1.
If there were such a thing as a Hedge Fund Manager Barbie doll, she'd be pretty happy today if she owned Mattel stock.
Move over, Apple. Another company beginning with the letter A is now the world's most valuable company. Alphabet.
Landry's Inc. said it is notifying payment card holders affected by a point-of-sale data breach during three periods from May 2014 through December.
Meadows Bank, a Las Vegas-based community lender, posted higher year-over-year net income in 2015 helped by jumps in net interest income and noninterest income.
Speaking for the first time since visiting Las Vegas on Friday, Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis said Monday the prospect of moving his team to Nevada is "interesting" but he's not sure how well it would be received by the rest of the NFL.
Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air, bruised by allegations that it's ignoring maintenance problems at its Orlando, Florida, facility, vowed to be more aggressive in addressing aircraft reliability issues as it works to upgrade its fleet with newer planes.