Culinary union leaders aren’t making public any details of the tentative agreement they reached with MGM Resorts International. But they say the proposed contract “includes groundbreaking language on worker security regarding sexual harassment, workload, technology, and immigration” — and that they like the terms of the deal.
Nationwide legal sports betting could generate a much larger handle and more local casino visitation than Nevada gaming insiders expect, said a Wall Street analyst.
The 160-acre, 20 megawatt Wynn Solar Facility near Fallon went online Saturday and provided more than 80 percent of the daytime electricity used by the Wynn Las Vegas and Encore over the weekend.
The man who has led the gaming industry’s fight to bring nationwide sports wagering across the country will become the new president and CEO of the Grocery Manufacturers Association.
The Las Vegas-based company announced Monday it is seeking hotel licensing and management agreements to bring four of its brands — Caesars Palace, Flamingo, The LINQ, and The Cromwell — to top vacations spots in the U.S. and abroad.
Although the bingo room and two restaurants have closed and the property’s sportsbook has been downsized, the Eastside Cannery isn’t closing anytime soon.
As more and more fans catch Knights fever during the team’s remarkable Stanley Cup Playoff run, casino companies are capitalizing on the hottest ticket in town.
Union negotiators say they struck a tentative deal with MGM Resorts International, the state’s largest hotel operator by employees, just a day after workers began preparing strike signs.
The gaming and tourism industries pay far more toward Southern Nevada’s tax base than just room taxes.
Culinary Workers Union Local 226 and Caesars Entertainment have reached a tentative five-year labor agreement that is expected to avert a strike that could have crippled Southern Nevada’s resort corridor.