Longtime Las Vegas business and real estate executive Chuck Ruthe, who spent several years as the president of Boyd Gaming Corp., died Wednesday after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was 79.
Members of the powerful Culinary union have voted to end contract extensions for several downtown and independent casinos.
Three powerful women who carved out roles in Nevada’s gaming industry as it moved away from gambling halls to megaresorts shared their stories at the Mob Museum on Wednesday, riveting an audience with their substance and laughter.
Singapore’s two casinos experienced a 3.8 percent increase in gaming revenues during 2013, but it wasn’t enough to carry the island nation past the Strip.