Gaming stocks were oblivious to investor worries that the lack of a year-end agreement in Congress to avoid wide-ranging tax increases and spending cuts would push the economy over the edge.
Before the Metropolitan Police Department blocks off Las Vegas Boulevard and revelers take over the Strip and Fremont Street, party organizers are putting the finishing touches on their New Year’s Eve fetes.
Looking back, 2012 almost seems more like a soap opera script than a business landscape. Think about it. Two billionaire casino developers are fighting a series of court battles, with each filing a lawsuit against the other in a back and forth struggle worthy of daytime-drama status.
Mixologist Mariena Mercer found her passion for tequila at Treasure Island.
Conventions scheduled for the Las Vegas area this week:
Public relations and political operative Sig Rogich has sued attorney James Jimmerson and his wife, Carol, claiming he is owed as much as 10 percent of the limousine and shuttle bus operator Jacob Transportation Services LLC.