MGM Resorts International has become the first gaming company to sign a sports betting deal with the National Hockey League as it seeks a new source of growth and greater customer exposure.
Four times a year, CEOs and company financial officers field questions about what an editor once told me is the purest form of public disclosure of corporate information because it involves easy-to-compare numbers. And this quarter, there will be far more questions than answers.
Tropicana has been a favorite parking destination for visitors to nearby MGM Resorts International properties, including the T-Mobile area, which charge a fee.
Fresh off a profitable third quarter, Boyd Gaming Corp. is primed to enter five markets in four new states and has a new partnership with a prominent sports wagering company in its pocket.
A suitability hearing for executives of Wynn Resorts Ltd. isn’t expected to occur until the first two weeks of December, a Massachusetts Gaming Commission official said Thursday.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. will invest more than $2 billion in its Macau operation over the next two years as the company gears up for the renewal of its license in the Chinese enclave.
The company’s policy, which has prompted two lawsuits, required dealers to share about 12 percent of their pooled tips with casino service team leads. A Wynn executive informed dealers the policy will end on Nov. 12.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. and MGM Resorts International appear to have the inside track to be selected to build two of Japan’s first integrated resorts and casinos at Osaka and Yokohama, senior equity analyst Dan Wasiolek of Chicago-based Morningstar Inc. said Monday in a research report to investors.
The Plaza hotel-casino will expand its outdoor equestrian center into a permanent outdoor arena in downtown Las Vegas.