The American Gaming Association has inducted 92 men and women to the Gaming Hall of Fame, including entertainers, politicians and industry leaders from both the casino operations and manufacturing side.
Forbes magazine has named two Las Vegas-based casino operators to its list of the World’s 100 Greatest Living Business Minds.
A casino manager and philanthropist and the inventor of the automatic card shuffler are among those to be inducted to the American Gaming Association’s Gaming Hall of Fame next month.
A 3,000-car parking garage is ready for Vegas Golden Knights fans when the puck drops for an exhibition game next week and for the team’s National Hockey League regular season home debut on Oct. 10.
MGM Resorts International is set to announce plans for a $675 million, shorefront casino in Connecticut’s largest city.
A Henderson man won a Megabucks wide-area progressive slot machine jackpot totaling nearly $10.2 million on Saturday at Fiesta Henderson. Though he’s thrilled, he said he can’t quite believe it.
Quick, what’s the only post-secondary institution in Nevada to offer a degree in casino management?
Someday, Sam Massaro will look out from his store counter and see the Strip’s newest luxury casino reaching high into the sky.
It was MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO Jim Murren who jump-started the most recent conversations about Fontainebleau, the 68-story blue glass monolith that has long been the Las Vegas Strip’s reminder of the economic damage caused by the Great Recession.
The Fontainebleau hotel, soaring more than 60 stories above Las Vegas Boulevard, has for years been a partially built leftover from the recession.