MGM Resorts International appointed travel industry executive Jan Swartz to its board of directors amid growing scrutiny about board diversity in the United States.
When Full House Resorts President Dan Lee got off the phone with a tree broker in Houston last summer, he ordered Chief Financial Officer Lewis Fanger to join him in a single-engine turbo plane for a short flight to Palm Desert.
While changes at Silver Slipper and Rising Star can swing company earnings, Full House President Dan Lee’s pet project in Colorado has the potential to double the company’s cash flows and stock price in a few years. Lee owns about 8.8 percent of the company’s shares, including vested options.
Executives of Las Vegas-based Everi Holdings say they’re on the way toward becoming more than just a casino cash access company.
Wynn Resorts has dropped all claims against co-founder Kazuo Okada as new Chief Executive Officer Matt Maddox seeks to end a six-year lawsuit and focus his energy on company operations.
The American Gaming Association believes $10 billion will be bet on the NCAA “March Madness” basketball tournament that begins this week and only 3 percent of that will be wagered legally.
Casino giant Caesars Entertainment is threatening to drop plans for building a new on-land casino in southern Indiana while arguing it shouldn’t be forced to pay a $50 million state fee for acquiring two horse track casinos near Indianapolis.
Gov. Brian Sandoval’s Gaming Policy Committee, in record time last week, approved a resolution affirming the state’s stance on the use of marijuana in gaming establishments in what was likely the last policy group assembled under his watch.
Electronic dance music and high-priced DJs continue to generate “great profits” for Las Vegas nightclubs and are not going anywhere anytime soon, said Hakksan Group Chief Executive Officer Nick McCabe.
Hakkasan Group, the Las Vegas-based lifestyle company that keeps people partying from morning to night, now wants to care for guests round the clock, too.