Anyone trying decipher subliminal messages from the early November policy address by Macau’s top government official would have an easier time determining whether the Beatles were secretly telling us Paul was dead through the “Abbey Road” album cover.
Owners of the former Western Hotel on Fremont Street are looking to preserve the right to offer gambling on the site, but they’re not shopping for roulette wheels and gaudy carpeting just yet.
Nevada gaming revenues declined 2.58 percent in October, ending two straight monthly increases. Gaming revenues on the Strip declined 5.06 percent.
When a multimillion dollar retail project debuts at the Tropicana Las Vegas, the resort’s chief executive expects the new retailers will transform the south end of the Strip.
Jon Hernandez was up bright and early Tuesday morning. He downed a bottle of iced tea, showered and dressed, took out the trash and settled in at his laptop for some online poker.
Wynn Resorts Ltd. Chairman Steve Wynn said Monday he’s undecided whether New Jersey’s decision to legalize online gaming will have a major impact on efforts in Congress to pass any federal legislation legalizing online poker.
Slot machine giant Bally Technologies completed its $1.3 billion buyout of gaming equipment rival SHFL Entertainment Monday. While the merger will save money, Bally executives said Monday job reductions are not planned.
Cantor Gaming has expanded to Tianjin, China, with the opening Monday of an 80,000-saquare-foot lottery club. The Las Vegas-based company said it supplied technology, systems and infrastructure for the Cantor Club.
Station Casinos will have to wait a year to find out if it can help a California Indian tribe build a $350 million casino complex 25 miles north of Fresno.
Earlier this summer, Sheldon Adelson told those nasty little Internet gaming punks to get off his lawn. Now, he thinks they egged his house.