Five full weekends, including the three-day Independence Day holiday weekend, produced a $1 billion bonanza in gaming win for the state in July.
The top executive of the Alon resort project on the Strip says the company has further slowed its development pace and that Australian billionaire James Packer’s sale of Crown Gaming shares won’t affect the Las Vegas project.
Casino giant Caesars Entertainment has until at least Oct. 5 before it may have to face lawsuits that could force the company into bankruptcy alongside its operating unit.
Three renowned interior designers have been hired by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas to develop 21 new high-end penthouse suites and a private gaming salon atop the 51-story hotel’s Boulevard Tower.
In a case full of twists, Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment Corp. late on Monday won a two-week extension on a shield from lawsuits worth billions of dollars just days after a different U.S. court allowed those cases to proceed.
It takes a certain type of statistics geek to get into fantasy sports. On Sunday afternoons, fantasy sports players keep an eye on their favorite National Football League teams, but their hearts and souls are invested in the individual players on their fantasy teams.
E. Parry Thomas, the banker who did more than any other person to win the status of legitimate businesses for Nevada casinos, is dead.
Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment Corp. must face lawsuits from bondholders seeking some $11 billion in claims, a U.S. judge ruled on Friday in a decision the casino company had warned could plunge it into bankruptcy alongside its operating unit.
Members of Culinary Local 226 demonstrated on Friday at Trump International in Las Vegas.
The Nevada Gaming Commission approved a settlement Thursday in which Scoundrels Pub Inc. will surrender its restricted gaming license, which it has held since 2005.