CG Technology, a sports book manager at seven Las Vegas casinos, would be fined $1.5 million and required to establish an escrow account to pay bettors who were shorted in the calculation of player winnings under a stipulation agreed to Wednesday by the state Gaming Control Board and the company.
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NV Energy on Wednesday issued a statement in response to a lawsuit filed by Switch over allegations that state regulators unconstitutionally denied the data storage company the ability to purchase 100 percent renewable energy directly from the national market even though the utility was unwilling to satisfy the request.
MGM Resorts International’s purchase of Boyd Gaming’s 50 percent stake in Atlantic City’s top casino has received regulatory approval in New Jersey.
A strike against Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal casino grew more contentious Wednesday as strikers rallied outside the New York offices of Donald Trump, who opened the casino, and Carl Icahn, his fellow billionaire who now owns it.
Uber will dispatch drivers to deliver free ice cream throughout the Las Vegas Valley from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday to anyone who places an order on the popular smartphone app.
Taco Bell is planning to open a new flagship store on the Strip this fall, the company announced in a statement.
Amazon says Prime Day orders rose 60 percent globally this year versus last year’s inaugural showing.
Camp Rhino opened in 2012 and offers obstacle training sessions for “American Ninja Warrior,” an NBC TV show, where men and women compete through grueling obstacle courses for a grand prize of $1 million.
Las Vegas ranked 28th among U.S. cities for business tax friendliness, KPMG LLP, an audit, tax and advisory company said Wednesday.
Gov. Brian Sandoval has signed an amended executive order enabling the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee to operate through Sept. 30.
Faraday Future is behind schedule to start moving dirt on its $1 billion factory site in North Las Vegas.
The top executive of the association that conducts the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is concerned that high hotel rates for the 2017 show could price some conventioneers out of the market.
Gov. Brian Sandoval will extend the life of the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee so that the 11-member group can further evaluate a proposal for a 65,000-seat domed football stadium.
The stock market hit another milestone as the Dow Jones industrial average closed at a record high, a day after the Standard & Poor’s 500 index did.
Clark County District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez on Tuesday denied the sale of the property to Moulin Rouge Holdings LLC, citing infighting within the company as well as a better offer for the property from another buyer.
Dollar stores might seem like an ideal place to find bargains. Although many items cost just a dollar, not every product is a steal.
The data storage company Switch on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against the Nevada Public Utilities Commission and NV Energy.
The owner of the shuttered Cal Neva Lodge & Casino once owned by Frank Sinatra has filed for bankruptcy protection, again jeopardizing plans to reopen the historic resort on the shores of north Lake Tahoe.
Federal safety investigators are asking electric car maker Tesla Motors for details on how its Autopilot systemworks and why it failed to detect a tractor trailer that crossed its path in a Florida crash.
Last summer, Amazon.com tried something new — It promised shoppers a Black Friday-like sale in the dead of summer, one that would only be accessible to members of its Prime program.
Starbucks has increased prices slightly on brewed coffee, espresso and tea latte beverages at company-run stores in the U.S.
Matt Youmans and Richard Velotta cover developments from the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee meeting Monday at UNLV.
At a special tourism infrastructure meeting intended to narrow the field of prospective stadium sites, the list of potential locations instead grew on Monday.