The top executive of the Alon resort project on the Strip says the company has further slowed its development pace and that Australian billionaire James Packer’s sale of Crown Gaming shares won’t affect the Las Vegas project.
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Casino giant Caesars Entertainment has until at least Oct. 5 before it may have to face lawsuits that could force the company into bankruptcy alongside its operating unit.
Three renowned interior designers have been hired by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas to develop 21 new high-end penthouse suites and a private gaming salon atop the 51-story hotel’s Boulevard Tower.
In a case full of twists, Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment Corp. late on Monday won a two-week extension on a shield from lawsuits worth billions of dollars just days after a different U.S. court allowed those cases to proceed.
The Las Vegas Sands Corp. chairman and CEO said his company’s board rejected the funding of a 65,000-seat dome in Southern Nevada, so his family will contribute at least $650 million to the $1.9 billion project themselves. The gaming executive says the stadium project is critical to the city’s tourism economy and that a Las Vegas Convention Center expansion isn’t.
Topgolf officially opened in Las Vegas in mid-June and is widely known as a place to hit golf balls. But there are many other things you can do at the facility besides hit the driving range.
California-based furniture store Living Spaces is coming to Boca Park in Summerlin.
A new vodka is coming to the Las Vegas market on Thursday — one that promises to be easier on your liver. But Michael Levy, founder and medical director of the Center for Addiction Medicine, disputes the claim.
The National Nuclear Security Administration has rescinded a contract it awarded last week to a Lockheed Martin subsidiary to manage and operate the Nevada National Security Site.
State utility regulators have excluded the rooftop solar company SolarCity from participating in a case that could restore more favorable net metering rates to as many as 32,000 residential rooftop solar customers in Nevada.
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