During the mid-2000s bubble, a developer set out to build a luxury condo tower where Eclipse Theaters now stands — and if he had followed through, it could have been a financial disaster.
Nevada must continue to support a strong regulatory environment for the gaming industry, even as society races into uncharted technological advancements, a former gaming regulator said.
Just ahead of the sweltering summer heats return to the Las Vegas Strip, the long-running tram that shuttles guests between TI and the Mirage is back in operation.
The top marketing officer for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority resigned under a cloud this week without a financial separation agreement, knowledgeable sources said.
Construction managers for the Las Vegas Convention Center’s $935.1 million expansion say the project is on track for its scheduled January 2021 opening.
Two former executives of a Las Vegas investmant company have been extradited from Japan in connection with a $1.5 billion Las Vegas Ponzi that prosecutors called one of the largest financial crimes in the country’s history.
A casino operator is suing a tech company after a contract dispute shuttered its sports betting platform at two West Virginia casinos during the height of the NCAA Tournament.
Storing leftover pizza inside a hotel minibar fridge can cost you as much as $75 on the Las Vegas Strip.