The company that owns the esports arena at Luxor expects a pick-me-up from its rebooted in-person arena events.
MGM Resorts International and Culinary Local 226 celebrated new worker protection legislation.
The sister property to Sahara Las Vegas, also operated by The Meruelo Group, was the sixth casino property to be named in a complaint involving health and safety matters.
Deloitte & Touche LLP will replace Ernst and Young LLP, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
Barry Diller, who founded Fox Broadcasting Co. and USA Broadcasting, reportedly invested $1 billion in MGM and his company may be asked to join the board of directors.
When Robert Saucier faced the Gaming Commission last month, he was battling a unanimous recommendation from the Gaming Control Board that would ban him from gaming.
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Wynn Resorts is the first major Strip gaming company to publicly disclose how many of its employees have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Star Wars The Mandalorian Cereal is a fruity, sweetened cereal with marshmallows shaped like the Child from the Disney+ Plus original series.
Sahara Las Vegas has filed a defamation lawsuit against a local blogger who reported what the casino’s owners said was an inaccurate rumor that the property would close next month.
The company said the subpoenas come from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of California.
In the month that casinos and resorts were allowed to reopen, leisure visitors arrived, but there were still 70.5 percent fewer of them than in June 2019, the LVCVA said.
Golden Entertainment executives are on the prowl for “smaller, bite-sized” assets.
“Now that the merger has closed, our operating teams are fully engaged with integrating the two companies and executing on the synergy plans,” CEO Tom Reeg said.
The Boring Company got the green light to build two extensions of an underground people-mover system that could lead to a loop linking properties along or near the Las Vegas Strip.