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Caesars sees drop in Asian guests after Las Vegas shooting

Caesars Entertainment’s top executive said his company is seeing a slight downturn in casino play from Asian guests as a result of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting.

Wynn talks Las Vegas shooting, hotel security on TV interview

Wynn Resorts Chairman Steve Wynn said his company has a policy of checking on hotel guests who don’t leave their rooms and ask not to be disturbed for more than 12 consecutive hours, Steve Wynn said in a Sunday broadcast interview.

Hospitality experts say Mandalay Bay brand will survive massacre

At Mandalay Bay, you can gamble, party in Light nightclub, relax at a man-made beach and attend gatherings in its massive convention center. Now, it’s also the place where a heavily armed gunman rained terror on concertgoers across the street in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

Las Vegas shooting victims face ‘uphill battle’ in legal cases

Stephen Paddock’s victims will likely struggle to win compensation from the Mandalay Bay for physical and psychological damage, a lawyer who represented the victims in the 1990 Columbine massacre said.

MGM Resorts shelves marketing in response to Las Vegas shooting

MGM Resorts International has shelved marketing pitches as it grapples with the aftermath of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history – a massacre launched from, and against, its properties.

Las Vegas casinos focus on protecting profits, not spotting threats, experts say

In the shadow of the worst mass shooting in modern history, Las Vegas is hosting the world’s largest gaming convention with nearly 150 panels. But of the handful of speakers slated to address security concerns at the Global Gaming Expo this week, nearly all are focused on protecting casinos from dangers such as cyber threats, frivolous lawsuits and scams.

Las Vegas Strip massacre will force hotels to rethink security

The deadliest shooting in U.S. history will force the nation’s hotel industry to rethink security procedures, but there may be little new they can do now to prevent such events.

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