With the Caesars deal in place, it’s getting closer to the time for clarity about gambling at the stadium, which currently wouldn’t be allowed.
Four times a year, CEOs and company financial officers field questions about what an editor once told me is the purest form of public disclosure of corporate information because it involves easy-to-compare numbers. And this quarter, there will be far more questions than answers.
If you ever thought about betting on who wins “Survivor” or “Dancing with the Stars” take heart: the door remains open. But producers of the shows apparently don’t want to walk in.
Investigations into Wynn Resorts Ltd. and its founder, Steve Wynn, are nearing completion in both Massachusetts and Nevada, with a growing likelihood that Silver State gaming regulators will finish first.
The NFL’s premiere game generally occurs in the first week of February, right around one of the sweet spots for some major conventions and trade shows.
For months, representatives of the gaming industry have marveled at how sports leagues, particularly the National Basketball Association, have made such great strides toward accepting sports wagering as mainstream entertainment.
A high-speed rail line between the two areas has been discussed since the 1970s. XpressWest was the most recent iteration of an idea that makes sense on so many levels, but hasn’t been able to get to the construction phase.
The gaming industry has come a long way since Nevada blazed a trail more than a decade ago for gambling with real money over the internet.
Executives with the Oakland Raiders have to be pretty happy with the outcome of last week’s Clark County Commission meeting at which their Las Vegas stadium parking plan was accepted — and embraced — by every commissioner.
Some commissioners believe the company needs to have its license revoked, effectively running the operator of eight Southern Nevada sports books out of business.