The worker was carrying out touch-up work on the exterior of the substantially completed stadium when the injury occurred, according to the joint venture building the stadium.
The coronavirus pandemic is “undoubtedly” the most difficult economic challenge the gaming industry has faced, the head of the American Gaming Association said.
The Labor Department said applications fell to 963,000, the second straight drop, from 1.2 million the previous week. The decline suggests that layoffs are slowing, though last week’s figure still exceeds the pre-pandemic record of just under 700,000.
Executives of these companies revealed that the future of the properties remains uncertain.
The state Gaming Control Board is seeking an amendment to Regulation 22 that would allow race and sports books to pay winning race wagers faster if they’re on national TV.
MGM President and CEO Bill Hornbuckle said the additional funding will allow the foundation to continue helping “many more employees.”
Stein Mart, which has three stores in the Las Vegas Valley, says it plans to close most of its 281 stores nationwide.
Nevada’s largest sportsbook operator would get even bigger by the end of the month if the Nevada Gaming Commission approves a transfer and licensing recommendation.
Members at Life Time Summerlin and Life Time Green Valley will have a hybrid model, the company said Wednesday.
After UNLV’s 2020 fall football season was postponed Monday, the program’s finances and momentum figure to suffer in an already budget-constricted year.