Twelve years ago Wednesday, the Stardust Resort and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip was imploded.
Attorneys for Hong Kong businessman Richard Suen and Las Vegas Sands Corp. disagreed Wednesday over how much Suen should be compensated for helping the casino company win licensing in Macau nearly two decades ago.
Las Vegas’ airport could soon see the first daily nonstop service to Japan since 2006.
Construction equipment has been mobilized and excavation has begun at the 63-acre site east of The Venetian and Palazzo for the new 18,000-seat performance venue being developed by The Madison Square Garden Co.
Las Vegas water park Wet’n’Wild welcomed a new executive team ahead of the upcoming season that begins March 30.