Las Vegas-based maker of slots and lottery machines said revenue increased to $886 million in the fourth quarter from $823 million a year ago, driven largely by its social and digital segments.
On Wednesday, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission unanimously voted for its legal team to settle a lawsuit filed against it by former Wynn Resorts CEO Steve Wynn.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. may not be able to stop Carl Icahn from grabbing significant board influence as the casino operator transitions to new corporate governance rules.
Carl Icahn, the activist hedge fund investor said in Securities and Exchange Commission filings published Tuesday that “shareholder value might be best served, and enhanced, by selling the company.”
A Massachusetts company is using Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s planned settlement of a Nevada complaint as evidence that it was unsuitable for a gaming license and shouldn’t have been picked to build a resort near Boston.
Industry experts say a lack of guest demand and privacy concerns may be slowing the rollout of third-party voice-activated devices in hotel rooms.
It shouldn’t be that shocking to learn that from July 1, 2017, to June 30, 2018, 289 Nevada casinos that annually gross more than $1 million in gaming revenue lost a total of $1.168 billion.
Valentine’s Day came early for a valley local who won over $1.5M at a northwest Las Vegas casino.
MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren on Wednesday criticized the “perplexing” Justice Department Wire Act reinterpretation and made a case forhis company landing a gaming concession in Osaka, Japan.