Only a few major league football stadiums and baseball parks in the U.S. have retractable roofs that open and close depending on the weather. But Jackie Robinson is trying to make sports facility design history by building his arena with a retractable roof.
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Nevada’s virtual monopoly on legalized sports wagering could be in danger. But that isn’t necessarily bad for business.
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. — The tribe that owns and operates the Foxwoods Resort Casino has announced a new chief executive officer.
Caesars Interactive Entertainment named a new general manager Tuesday to oversee the company’s regulated online gaming business in Nevada and New Jersey.
The challenge of turning desert to farmland has drawn a new player to northwest Arizona where developer Jim Rhodes has already generated plenty of controversy and water depletion paranoia.
Barrick Gold Corp. has delivered nearly 15,000 pounds of ground beef and beef roasts to Three Square Food Bank to help the organization and its partners meet the needs of food-insecure locals over the holidays.
Analysts at Fitch Ratings Service Tuesday joined the chorus of cautionary investment advice toward the Macau gaming market, which has seen five straight monthly revenue declines and facing a sixth in November.
BOSTON — Millions of dollars in gambling money will begin flowing into local government coffers in earnest now that the state’s casino law survived an Election Day repeal effort.
A local manufacturer of gaming-industry locks will break ground Wednesday on a plant expansion.
PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia-area gambling market is set to get competitive now that state regulators voted Tuesday to award a license to Live! Hotel & Casino, a joint venture of two Eastern seaboard casino operators to be built in South Philadelphia’s stadium district.
That airport congestion we’re expecting to see during the Thanksgiving holiday next week? The U.S. Travel Association says get used to it, especially at McCarran International Airport.
Nowadays, more and more air carriers are happy to charge us fees for all the extras that were once complimentary on a flight. If you’ll be flying to see family or friends this holiday season, click through to see some of the most affordable fees we’ve compiled by category and their major airline carriers.
It’s been more than a month since Downtown Summerlin debuted on Oct. 9, but the shopping, dining and entertainment destination has surpassed projections, according to Senior General Manager Andrew Ciarrocchi.
In recent years cost-cutting and restructuring measures have forced a number of companies to offer many of their employees early retirement packages. Although initially attractive, these packages require careful analysis. In deciding to either accept or reject an early retirement offer, several key questions must be answered:
So far, so good — that was the word from insurance brokers and enrollment navigators on Monday, following the first weekend of open enrollment in Affordable Care Act health coverage through state and federal marketplaces.
BOSTON — MGM Resorts International has paid Massachusetts a required $85 million gambling licensing fee for its $800 million Springfield resort casino on Monday, state gambling regulators announced.
The Nevada Taxicab Authority said Monday that October taxi trips were up 5.6 percent to 2.4 million passengers for the month compared with the same month a year earlier.
The largest solar power plant of its type in the world — once promoted as a turning point in green energy — isn’t producing as much energy as planned.
Stratosphere parent American Casino & Entertainment Properties reversed third-quarter net loss and grew revenue 4.1 percent, the company said.
ATLANTIC CITY — A Morris County woman has won New Jersey’s largest Internet gambling jackpot, a $1.3 million payout from an online slots game.
It’s easy to get caught up in the elation of purchasing a new house, especially if it’s your first time as a homeowner. Before applying for a mortgage, consider some of these common missteps and avoidable oversights that could prolong the application review, and even get you declined by a lender.
The solar industry is booming in Las Vegas. Nevada is already third in the nation for solar projects.
Last year, SolarCity founders, brothers Lyndon and Peter Rive, wanted to establish their San Mateo, Calif.-based company in Nevada. However, they felt state policies didn’t accommodate solar.