An investment consultant who played a key role in the deal that led to the new Las Vegas City Hall won a chance from the Nevada Supreme Court to claim payment for his work.
The operators of CityCenter are seeking new loans to refinance the 4-year-old Strip development’s nearly $2 billion of long-term debt.
Allegiant Air announced Monday that it had completed the hurry-up overhaul of many of the emergency slides in its MD-80 aircraft, putting the entire fleet back in operation.
A defamation lawsuit filed by Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman Sheldon Adelson against the National Jewish Democratic Council was dismissed by a federal judge in New York City on Monday.
Through August, Las Vegas tourism is flat.
Nevada casinos saw a better-than 11 percent increase in gaming revenues during August while Strip casinos saw a nearly 20 percent jump in their monthly numbers.
By her own admission, Marilyn Kirkpatrick isn’t an expert on stadiums. The Nevada Assembly speaker’s day job is food sales, not sports venues.
If the commissioners who oversee Nevada’s common interest communities have inherent conflicts of interest, then the board member who recently made this claim is just as conflicted, his critics say.
It’s time for some tire-kicking, and that means you’ll need to look out for lemons.
Pinnacle Entertainment CEO Anthony Sanfilippo drew as much attention during last week’s Global Gaming Expo as the Na’Vi warriors, zombies, Beetlejuice and David Copperfield.