The Gaming Control Board and Nevada Gaming Commission, after more than three hours of special meetings in Las Vegas, signed off on Italy-based lottery giant GTECH Holdings $6.4 billion buyout of Nevada-based slot machine manufacturer International Game Technology.
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Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort is flourishing thanks to an unorthodox strategy to turn once-or-twice-a-year skiers into season-ticket holders. The resort is ahead of last year’s revenue totals despite having to close its tubing hill this week as a result of warm weather.
Plans to spend public money on a proposed Las Vegas soccer stadium might have flat-lined, but city leaders aren’t quite ready to sign the death certificate.
When the official sign-up period concluded on Sunday, the state’s Nevada Health Link marketplace had 72,127 enrollees, including 50,068 Las Vegans, according to the federal Department of Health and Human Services, which runs the healthcare.gov website.
Swedish furniture retailer IKEA said Wednesday it has chosen Las Vegas-based R&O Construction to build its 351,000-square-foot store on 26 acres along the northern side of the 215 Beltway at Durango Drive.
It’s well past time to get informed on what you can expect to get out of Social Security in the next 80 years. We’ve put together a list of everything you need to know — the good, the bad, the awful, the silver lining — so you can start building a realistic retirement plan.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. provided a simple answer to another request from second lien bond holders to pay back more than $3.8 billion owed by the casino operator: No.
If California’s Internet poker debate was an actual card game, PokerStars just doubled up. But the European online gaming giant is still short-stacked against two of the state’s largest tribal casino operators in the company’s effort to gain a piece of California’s potentially lucrative — albeit nascent — Internet poker market.
Spirit Airlines, one of the fastest-growing domestic air carriers at McCarran International Airport, will begin nonstop service between Las Vegas and Atlanta in May.
The upscale Juhl apartment building near the Bonneville Transit Center in downtown Las Vegas will be welcoming a half-dozen stores and restaurants on the ground floor in the spring.
The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said Tuesday that it has opened a nationwide special-enrollment period through Feb. 22, or a week beyond the initial deadline, for people who couldn’t finish applying through the healthcare.gov marketplace because of call-center wait times or issues with income verification.
Local power utility NV Energy and its NV Energy Foundation donated more than $5.1 million to support nearly 500 nonprofits statewide, including 260 groups in Southern Nevada.
Station Casinos reports fourth quarter revenue and cash flow figures at levels not experienced since 2008.
As the leader of the free world — and one of the most influential men on the globe — domestic and international issues of varying scales weigh on President Obama’s shoulders daily. How, then, has he managed to take care of his family’s financial future?
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority on Tuesday scheduled a special board meeting for Friday to consider its acquisition of the 60-year-old Riviera for $182.5 million.
MGM Resorts International Chairman Jim Murren told analysts and investors Tuesday there were “encouraging signs” of increased customer spending at his company’s 10 Strip resorts in the past few months.
Mayor Carolun Goodman and the other members of the City Council who voted in December to go forward with the $200 million private stadium are probably privately grateful the development has come to an end in February and not closer to election day.
Solar power development brought 3,500 new jobs to Nevada in 2014, a 146 percent increase over 2013.
Southwest Airlines President and CEO Gary Kelly is keenly aware of Las Vegas’ bid to bring big-league hockey to Las Vegas. Does that mean we could someday see an MGM-Southwest Airlines Arena in our future? “We’ve never done that,” Kelly said in an exclusive interview with the Review-Journal. “Never say never, but we’ve never done that.”
Attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch says it is unlikely she would reverse a landmark Department of Justice opinion that opened the door to legalized Internet gambling and also sparked a backlash against it.
If you’re dishing out major funds to keep your boyfriend afloat, it’s time to get your fair share of the pie by claiming him as a dependent.
The U.S. aviation regulator proposed rules on Sunday for commercial drone flights that would lift some restrictions but would still bar activities such as the delivery of packages and inspection of pipelines that have been eyed by companies as a potentially breakthrough use of the technology.
Internet gambling supporters rejoiced when the Justice Department changed its opinion on the Federal Wire Act and opened the doors for online wagering expansion across the United States.