Brightline, the company behind the XpressWest high-speed rail project, began an up-to-$3.2 billion bond offering for the initial financing of the project.
Caesars Entertainment Inc. is gearing up to potentially buy sports betting company William Hill PLC.
A special exception was allowed in the lease agreement with Barry’s Downtown Prime restaurant, and four entries to Circa will have ID checks to enforce under-21 rules.
Park MGM will be smoke-free next Wednesday. Other properties are going without smoking in certain locations. Is it time to take the big step like other states?
Developer Bob Schulman has opened another rental property crammed with amenities at a time when the coronavirus pandemic has battered Las Vegas’ economy and cast a shadow over the rental market.
Planet Hollywood is back in business. It will be a limited reopening: Gaming floors will be open seven days a week, but the hotel will only accept weekend reservations.
A keno player at a Laughlin casino struck it rich on consecutive days this week, taking home more than $250,000.
Nevada companies are extending furloughs for or laying off hundreds of workers in coming weeks.
Crossroads Commons strip mall is a case study for the ups and downs of the retail industry.
Nevada Gaming Commission Chairman John Moran Jr. wanted to fine Boyd Gaming Corp.’s Fremont property more than $300,000 for threatening a gambler accused of theft.