Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker on Friday staunchly denied influencing the Justice Department’s recent reinterpretation of the federal WireAct — a move that could further restrict internet gambling.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. is teaming up with Turner Sports to develop gaming content as casino operators tussle for market share in the fast-growing wagering industry.
The operator of Southern Nevada’s Tropicana and M resorts narrowed losses and reported record fourth-quarter revenue Thursday thanks to its acquisition of Las Vegas-based Pinnacle Entertainment, completed in mid-October.
Twelve months to the day since being tapped to lead Wynn Resorts, Matt Maddox — the company’s former chief financial officer and Steve Wynn protege — has helped stabilize the casino operator through quick decisive steps and compromises, analysts said.
Nevada’s largest casinos lost $1.2 billion during the fiscal year that ended June 30 despite seeing record revenues, bringing to an end a two-year streak of posted profits.
One of the city’s oldest casinos has announced plans for two new projects at its downtown Las Vegas property.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board’s settlement with Wynn Resorts Ltd. may benefit investors suing the casino operator’s former directors and officers.
New Jersey gambling regulators say its sportsbooks lost $4.6 million on $34.9 million in Super Bowl wagers, the first major sporting event for bettors since sports gambling was legalized in the state last year.
Is the spread of casino gambling across the United States killing Las Vegas? No, the numbers say.