A Southern California retiree who lost a $500,000 during Super Bowl weekend is suing the Downtown Grand for loaning him money and allowing him to play while he was blackout drunk.
The state Supreme Court ruled 5-0 on Thursday that the Las Vegas Sands does not have to give confidential company information to Steven Jacobs, the fired former president of Sands Macau.
Las Vegas Sands Corp., owners of the Venetian and Palazzo on the Strip, has restored its websites about a week after they were apparently taken over by hackers.
A Canadian real estate businessman was indicted by a grand jury on charges he failed to pay back $12.9 million in gambling debts to two Las Vegas casinos, Clark County prosecutors Wednesday.
Massachusetts’ top gaming regulator personally asked Steve Wynn to stay in the competition for a Boston-area casino license, according to a claim by Caesars Entertainment Corp. Caesars is suing, seeking compensation in the failed bid.