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Your Social Security number was stolen — Now what?

According to the Federal Trade Commission, more than 9 million Americans have their identities stolen each year; and, with advancements in banking and web technology, that number is growing.

Christmas does come early — very early at Las Vegas malls

Christmas shopping season at Town Square Las Vegas came to a less than festive end in 2013: Santa Claus’ house and tree burned down in an electrical fire. But he’s back in business and keeping with the trend, Christmas came early.

Start-up lauded at CES bought out by Intel

TORONTO — Intel Corp. said on Monday it has acquired PasswordBox, a Montreal-based identity management service that gives users a convenient way to log into websites and applications from any device without having to type or remember passwords.

Taj Mahal casino closes hotel tower, ends credit

ATLANTIC CITY — Trump Entertainment Resorts says it is closing its newest hotel tower and is no longer issuing credit as it prepares for a Dec. 12 shutdown of the Taj Mahal, its lone remaining casino.

Full House proxy fight ends, Lee named CEO

Veteran gaming executive Dan Lee was named CEO of regional casino operator Full House Resorts Monday, ending a two-month proxy fight for control of the Las Vegas-based company.

Macau facing first-ever annual gaming revenue dip

Macau is poised for its first-ever yearly gaming revenue decline following the market’s 19.6 percent nose dive in November.

Vegas man wins $14M on Megabucks at Rampart Casino

A Las Vegas Valley man probably did not expect to walk out of the Rampart Casino over $14 million richer, but he did after he hit the Megabucks jackpot, according to the resort.

Southwest Medical Associates keeps growing

In an unsettled health care environment, Southwest Medical Associates is growing, adding five locations and 30 physicians in 2014.

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