Delbert Services Corp., a Las Vegas-based collection agency, was one of three companies sued Monday for alleged deceptive and abusive loan practices, according to the complaint released by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Six people have been indicted by a Las Vegas federal grand jury in a multimillion-dollar, international investment scheme that stretched to Switzerland.
Twenty-four hours. That’s how long a business has to detect and report fraudulent account activity. For personal accounts it’s 60 days. Otherwise the theft isn’t covered by banks.
While the Massachusetts Gaming Commission has tentatively scheduled a Dec. 16 suitability hearing for Wynn Resorts, the company’s land deal is being investigated by a federal grand jury and two state agencies over whether a felon has hidden ownership in the proposed casino site.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has one option left to legalize sports betting at casinos and racetracks in his state — the U.S. Supreme Court. But at least one Las Vegas-based analyst is unsure the court will even consider the case.
Castle & Cooke Mortgage LLC has agreed to a pay a $13 million penalty for allegedly steering consumers into costlier mortgages under an agreement reached with the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
An Internet security company says a limousine software company has been hacked, exposing credit card numbers and potentially embarrassing details about close to 1 million customers, including politicians, star athletes and corporate executives.
Las Vegas has won a legal challenge to an ordinance passed in September that lets the Fremont Street Experience LLC control the placement of outdoor bars that have sprouted on the tourist attraction, but the Experience could face more fights down the road.
Cantor Gaming officials declined to comment Monday on a report that federal agencies are investigating the sports betting firm in connection with alleged money laundering.
A defamation lawsuit filed last year by Japanese billionaire Kazuo Okada against Wynn Resorts Ltd., company CEO Steve Wynn and some of its executives has been dismissed by a Tokyo District Court.