It is a weekday morning — a time at which most businesses are still quiet. But as Bruce Mianecki of Uniform Sports arranges new World Cup merchandise at his shop, his day is proving to be anything but typical.
The $47 million renovation job at the Thomas &Mack Center means the National Finals Rodeo will lose about 200 seats and ticket revenue from those lost seats starting in 2015.
The Supreme Court on Monday left in place a ban on sports gambling in New Jersey, rebuffing an attempt to bring betting on professional and college sporting events to Atlantic City casinos and the state’s racetracks.
During Independence Day week, a well-known local organization is staging everything from an art show, HIV testing and World Cup soccer watch parties to a free concert, 5K race and bowling. But it’s no nonprofit.
The boosters behind building a new UNLV campus stadium have reached that delicate twist in the road: It’s now time to figure out ways to pay for the 50,000-seat stadium.
Golf star Phil Mickelson was not involved in insider trading in the shares of Clorox Co when billionaire investor Carl Icahn was attempting an unsolicited takeover of the consumer products company in 2011, the New York Times reported, citing people briefed on the probe.
New Jersey is bolstering its legal arguments as it tries to get the U.S. Supreme Court to consider its effort to overturn a ban on legalized sports betting in all but four states.
In a world of $4.5 million Super Bowl TV spots and nine-figure stadium naming rights deals, a $50,000 sponsorship at a Las Vegas professional golf tournament might not seem like a megadeal. But it is for Todd Shanholtzer, owner of TREW Financial and Benefits Group.
Phil Anschutz grew up in Kansas and made his money in railroads, oil, land deals and telecommunications and launched The Anschutz Co. as the umbrella for his vast empire.