Alvin Shoemaker, the last of the long-serving Wynn Resorts board members, announced he will leave on Dec. 31, the company said in a statement.
Jeffrey Martin on Thursday became the 35th person placed on the list commonly known as the “black book” following a rare hearing before the Nevada Gaming Commission and a unanimous vote.
Attorneys will be back in court after the holidays to determine whether an order blocking the release of a report on alleged sexual misconduct within Wynn Resorts Ltd. should be extended.
HRH has sharpened its timeline in its efforts to evolve into Virgin Hotel Las Vegas. The re-launch and renaming of the property should take hold in the first half of 2020 — and only after an eight-month renovation during which the resort will be closed for four months.
When Wynn Resorts Ltd. is brought before the Massachusetts Gaming Commission — probably next month — the entire board of directors may be on hand to answer regulators’ questions.
Bill Miller replaces Geoff Freeman as CEO of American Gaming Association after Freeman resigned in June to become the CEO of the Grocery Manufacturers Association.
When the MGM Grand opened 25 years ago on the Las Vegas Strip, it was the largest hotel in the world and launched an era of growth that forever changed Southern Nevada.
U.S. District Judge Robert Jones delivered a blow to Wynn Las Vegas dealers Monday morning, throwing out their lawsuit seeking lost tips totaling in the millions of dollars.
With any beginners’ luck for the game’s inventor, 42-year-old Harold Moret, a UNLV graduate, it’ll be available in other casinos in Nevada and across the country before long.