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Japanese court dismisses lawsuit against Wynn Resorts

A defamation lawsuit filed last year by Japanese billionaire Kazuo Okada against Wynn Resorts Ltd., company CEO Steve Wynn and some of its executives has been dismissed by a Tokyo District Court.

Fill your palace with Caesars decor

If you’re looking for a Price is Right chair, statues of lounging Greek goddesses or tiki huts for your backyard, you just hit the jackpot. Caesars Entertainment is unloading more than 14,000 chairs, lamp shades, metal bed frames and countless other items online and at the Rio this weekend.

Whistleblower: Banks may be laundering poker money

A banker who stood up against an online gambling operation was the star of an anti-money-laundering conference in Las Vegas on Monday.

Caesars offers look at The Linq

Caesars Entertainment Corp. showed off its $550 million vision of urban renewal Tuesday.

Cowboy out, Silver Sevens on the way

The signs at Terrible’s Hotel & Casino are changing as the property shifts directions to go with a new identity.

VIDEO: A place of honor for El Cortez

Local dignitaries revealed a plaque designating the El Cortez Hotel and Casino on the National Register of Historic Places on Thursday downtown. The hotel becomes one of nearly 80,000 properties listed on the NRS. The business opened in 1941 making it the oldest continuously operated casino in Las Vegas.

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