The gaming industry is ready to climb Japan’s Mount Fuji.
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This month’s Global Gaming Expo could easily be mistaken for CinemaCon.
How odd would it be if Steve Wynn were to buy the Atlantic Club in Atlantic City in order to gain a foothold in New Jersey’s highly anticipated Internet gaming market?
A few months ago I called Bally Technologies boring.
Craig Neilsen spent parts of three decades building Ameristar Casinos, the majority of which was accomplished after he was rendered a quadriplegic in a 1985 car accident.
A state investigation of sports book operator Cantor Gaming, launched after a company official was indicted for his alleged involvement in an illegal bookmaking and money laundering operation, has gone radio silent.
Having navigated MGM Resorts International through almost four years of turbulent economic waters, Jim Murren has grown used to hearing negative comments from haters and detractors.
Suddenly, Wall Street loves International Game Technology’s DoubleDown Casino.
It’s taken Tilman Fertitta just a few years to build his casino company.
Back in 1996, when Michigan voters authorized three casinos in downtown Detroit, opponents said legal gambling would destroy the city. Detroit is now bankrupt.
They used to joke about being twins separated at birth. Gavin Isaacs and Ramesh Srinivasan held co-chief operating officer titles at slot machine giant Bally Technologies during the company’s stunning growth in the past decade. Isaacs oversaw slot machine development and sales. Srinivasan managed the systems division.
The up and coming Russian casino market of Vladivostok scored its first big-name participant. Lawrence Ho, the son of Hong Kong billionaire and Macau casino giant Stanley Ho, said his two companies would spend $630 million to buy a 51 percent stake...
Casino developers — including MGM Resorts International, Las Vegas Sands Corp. and Wynn Resorts Ltd. — will spend some $22 billion on massive new resorts and gambling complexes in Macau over the next four years.
The Empire put a hit on the Mafia and buried the farm. Two years after Caesars Entertainment Corp. perplexed Wall Street by acquiring social gaming operation Playtika, the casino giant has moved past rival Zynga Inc. to the top of the business model.
The locals gaming market has suffered enough. Gaming revenues produced by casinos in North Las Vegas, along the Boulder Strip, in Henderson and throughout unincorporated Clark County are down a collective 2.6 percent through April.
No one can say for certain how much New Jersey’s online gaming market will actually be worth.
Sheldon Adelson successfully chased those pesky Internet brats off his lawn.
Clearly, MGM Resorts International’s planned $2.5 billion development on Macau’s Cotai Strip has Wall Street excited.
Let’s halt one rumor before it gains traction. Scientific Games Corp.’s $1.5 billion acquisition of slot machine manufacturer WMS Industries doesn’t mean a statewide lottery is headed to Nevada.
Things are not all peaceful down on the farm. Social gaming giant Zynga Inc., which has a grand vision of converting its platform into a real money pay-to-play online gambling format in Nevada, slashed 18 percent of its workforce and closed multiple offices to cut costs this past week.
Sometimes karma can bite you in the butt.
Wall Street still isn’t sold on the efforts by Caesars Entertainment Corp. to get out from under more than $20 billion of long-term debt.
Sequels are never as good as the original. Just ask Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman Sheldon Adelson. Apparently, he wants to star in his own version of “The Hangover Part III.”
A planned Station Casinos-hosted fundraiser in Las Vegas on behalf of a California lawmaker was abruptly canceled Tuesday after a Sacramento newspaper raised questions about the timing of the event, which would take place before a vote over an...
It didn’t take former Culinary Workers Local 226 boss D. Taylor to make his entrance onto the national stage. Taylor, who became president of 270,000-member UNITE HERE, the Culinary’s parent organization last year, said organized labor will oppose...