The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has scheduled a closed executive session Thursday to discuss legal strategy in a lawsuit filed by Steve Wynn against Massachusetts Gaming Commission investigator Karen Wells.
A former Wynn Resorts Ltd. shareholder has filed a lawsuit in Clark County District against the company, executives and former and current board members alleging that accusations against the company’s former chairman and CEO devalued his stock.
Operators of the 1,000-room Plaza in Las Vegas made a bid to reclaim downtown’s western heritage Tuesday by officially opening Core Arena, downtown’s first permanent outdoor equestrian center.
Companies with operations in Macau were presented with a double dose of good news as the U.S. and China announced a pause in their trade spat and Macau gross gaming revenue growth accelerated.
Gov.-elect Steve Sisolak takes office, he’ll have less than a month to contemplate who he wants to guide the state’s gaming licensing, taxation, audits, investigations, and enforcement oversight.
In a two-day election supervised by the NLRB on Nov. 8-9, 2017, 730 Green Valley Ranch workers voted in favor of union representation of several employee groups by Culinary Workers Union Local 226 and Bartenders Union Local 165, Nevada affiliates of UNITE HERE, which represents more than 57,000 workers in Las Vegas and Reno.
At a sports betting conference Tuesday in New York, state representatives from Minnesota, New York and Ohio discussed their states’ interest in such bets. They’re also interested in making sure players are protected, taxes are adequate but not punitive and that mobile gambling is widely accessible.
The deal opens the door for MGM to sign partnerships with multiple baseball teams as well as advertise during the All-Star Game and World Series, which are watched by tens of millions of people.