On quarterly earnings call, CEO says executive team will assess performance of new Robert Irvine restaurant and an Asian eatery to open later this year before deciding whether to continue spending on Las Vegas Strip resort.
Southern Nevada tourism leaders saw things in June that they rarely see in their tourism statistics — negative percentages.
Las Vegas Sands Corp.’s Asian investments pushed the company past $3 billion in revenue as the company’s second-quarter earnings on Wednesday posted double-digit percentage increases over last year, beating Wall Street forecasts.
Steve Wynn and his designers are putting the finishing touches on drawings, plans and permits for the $1.5 billion first phase of the Paradise Park project, scheduled to break ground late this year or in early 2018.
Caesars Entertainment Corp., parent company to 47 hotels and casinos in six countries, including nine properties in Las Vegas, is one step closer to emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Paige Lion will take over as the new vice president of information technology and chief information officer for Affinity Gaming, the company has announced.
For Sheldon and Christine Smith, their casino collection is a symbol of a shared interest, the glue that keeps the couple passionate 31 years after first meeting.
Las Vegas-based gaming equipment manufacturer posts seventh straight quarter of year-over-year growth, enabling it to pare losses to $39.1 million, down from $51.7 million a year earlier.
The casino industry is working to integrate gambling with esports, or competitive video gaming. But it’s already happening inside Las Vegas casinos — and has been since at least 2005.