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The shape of things to come for Caesars

It’s abundantly clear Caesars Growth Partners is key to the planned bankruptcy restructuring of overly-leveraged affiliate Caesars Entertainment Operating Co., which intends to shed almost $10 billion of the parent company’s industry-leading $22.8 billion debt through reorganization.

Deconstructing the Harmon Hotel mess

On paper, it appeared MGM Resorts International lost the construction defect lawsuit over CityCenter’s mistake-riddled Harmon Hotel.

Caesars says 39 percent of creditors agree to restructuring plan

Caesars Entertainment Corp. on Monday said more than 39 percent of its creditors have agreed to a restructuring plan that will eliminate some $10 billion of the casino company’s overall debt through a bankruptcy process and other financial methods.

U.S. Treasury seeks to guard against illegal sports wagers

The U.S. Treasury Department’s anti-money laundering unit may soon ask casinos to be on the lookout for illegal sports wagers flowing into the U.S. financial system, according to two sources familiar with the matter.

Latest publicity stunt by Culinary Local 226 falls flat

The most recent publicity stunt in the ongoing skirmish between Culinary Local 226 and Station Casinos had a holiday street party feel combined with an arts and crafts project. But when it was over, the union came off looking like an inept comedy team.

Caesars’ main unit to file for bankruptcy in January

Caesars Entertainment Operating Co., the main operating unit of Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment Corp , said Friday it would file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection by mid-January to cut its burgeoning debt.

Nazarian issues apologies, and gaming regulators OK limited license

The Nevada Gaming Commission on Thursday approved SLS Las Vegas part-owner Sam Nazarian a one-year limited license after listening to him apologize for past dealings and not being truthful about his past use of drugs.

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