Major stock markets edged up on Monday amid greater optimism about the global economy, though trading volumes were low as the U.K. and U.S. markets were closed for a holiday.
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Casinos in Macau face a growing volume of bad debt provisions, further hitting earnings in the world’s largest gambling hub at a time when high-roller VIP gamblers are retreating.
The Nevada Health CO-OP went into receivership last fall, but the insurer created by the Affordable Care Act has still managed to fatten its bottom line.
Bill Walters, 69, is the sort of person for whom it is possible to use the phrase “latest indictment.” But, notably, none of those indictments has ever resulted in a conviction.
Close to 1 million flights transported over 895 million passengers into and out of U.S. airports in 2015. Most travelers who pass through the nation’s airports harbor certain ideas about airports and flying — some of which are true, and some are false.
This time, it will be different. That’s the mantra for those hoping to successfully revitalize the Moulin Rouge in historic west Las Vegas after more than 60 years of failed development attempts.
Electric carmaker Faraday Future plans to build a second factory in Northern California, but has stressed that the plans will not affect its Nevada site.
The Lucky Dragon continues to push toward an opening date later this year, but the north Strip resort isn’t receiving tax increment financing from Las Vegas to help it get there.
Republican Gov. Chris Christie has signed a package of bills to keep financially troubled Atlantic City from running out of cash.
The U.S. economy is showing signs of more life after a less-than-stellar start to the year.
The state nonprofit group that develops test sites for drones is broadening its scope.
The Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee spent about three hours examining a plan to use $750 million in room tax revenue as the public’s stake in $1.4 billion project.
Consumers spending their disposable dollars on drinks and food in bars and restaurants helped push Clark County’s taxable sales to $3.5 billion in March, a 2.8 percent increase over the same month in 2015.
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Marina Pavisic looked relaxed as she scrolled through her smartphone Thursday morning while waiting for a flight home to Albuquerque, New Mexico. She spent only five minutes making her way through the Transportation Security Administration’s checkpoint at McCarran International Airport, and had more time on her hands than planned.
Upward of 315,000 visitors will pop into Las Vegas during the Memorial Day weekend. That means busy sidewalks, congested roads and crowded venues, but also a boost for the local economy.
New Jersey’s legislature approved two bills that would pull Atlantic City from the brink of bankruptcy and give the troubled gambling hub about five months to right its finances — a task that if unmet would result in an unprecedented state takeover.
Convention attendance continued to soar in April, keeping visitor volume for the month in positive territory compared with last year, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority reported Thursday.
The saga continues in the ongoing legal battle between Wynn Resorts’ Steve Wynn; his ex-wife and fellow board member, Elaine Wynn; and Japanese businessman Kazuo Okada, who was once a major Wynn Resorts shareholder.
A state task force on Thursday agreed to ask the Legislature in 2017 to grandfather in as many as 31,000 existing rooftop solar customers who are in a less favorable rate class.
Two new casinos proposed for northern New Jersey near New York City could save, or destroy, Atlantic City, panelists at a major casino conference said Thursday.
Airport screening delays have caused more than 70,000 American Airlines customers and 40,000 checked bags to miss their flights this year, an executive for the airline told a U.S. congressional subcommittee on Thursday.
When it comes to spending a lot on a wedding, it’s not just the bride, groom and their families who have to pony up — guests often spend a lot on weddings as well, especially if they have to fly in from out of town and pay for lodging.
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