Executives with Las Vegas-based casino equipment manufacturer Scientific Games are expected to challenge a $315 million jury award reached against the company.
The rise of cryptocurrencies is creating more opportunities for cyber criminals to steal, according to Cisco Systems.
Former Wynn Resorts Ltd. executive vice president and general counsel Kim Sinatra will receive a $1.8 million cash settlement as she leaves the company, the company reported Wednesday in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
Las Vegas-based Golden Entertainment, which is building a new gaming stronghold in Laughlin, reported record revenue and cash flow for the second quarter, company officials said Wednesday.
Jesus Jara, who had his contract with CCSD approved in May, will begin attending LVGEA 50 board meetings in September. The board includes members from both the public and private sector working to drive Southern Nevada’s economic development.
New York City moved Wednesday to regulate the explosive growth of Uber and other app-based ride services with a temporary cap on new licenses for ride-hailing services.
Wearing purple shirts and holding handmade signs with messages like “Bargain in good faith” and “SNRHA be fair,” more than 50 people protested outside the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority’s administrative offices in downtown Las Vegas on Wednesday afternoon.
Black Hat USA, the largest annual cybersecurity conference, is expecting a record 17,000 attendees during its six-day run at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center this week.
Las Vegas-based Boyd will acquire Aristocrat’s Oasis 360 system to track customer play and reward players through the casino company’s B Connected loyalty program.
Las Vegas house prices are cooling off this summer and the full-year sales tally might be below 2017’s, a new report says.