Wynn Resorts Ltd. is seeking to take over smaller, overseas rival Crown Resorts for $7.1 billion in one of the casino industry’s biggest transactions in years.
Todd Prince worked for the Las Vegas Review-Journal from January 2017 until May 2019. He came to Nevada after spending 17 years in Russia. During his time in Moscow, Todd worked seven years as a stockbroker for Bank of America-Merrill Lynch and five years as a business and political reporter for Bloomberg News. He also worked several years as a freelance writer and photographer for publications including The Moscow Times. Todd speaks Russian and has a bachelor’s degree in history from Brooklyn College.
Las Vegas’ sporting and entertainment venues capacity is playing catching up with the town’s sprawling convention and meeting capacity.
Scientific Games said Friday it filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission to sell shares in SciPlay and list them on the NASDAQ exchange under the ticker SCPL .
Esports will make its debut at the National Association of Broadcasters Show this year as its burgeoning growth heralds a new revenue stream for the broadcast and media industries.
After seeing visitation to Las Vegas fall to a four-year low in 2018, some properties are scaling back their fees or offering “no-resort-fee” promotions during slow booking periods.
Dealers at four Las Vegas casinos have voted to join the United Auto Workers union after taking the “unprecedented” step of ending their affiliation with a smaller labor organization.
MGM Resorts International has signed a wagering partnership with Major League Soccer as it seeks to grab a larger share of the expanding legalized sports betting market.
Electronic game maker AGS said it has renewed a key, long-term contract with the Chickasaw Nation to supply its 22 casinos in Oklahoma.
MGM Resorts International said Macau has agreed to extend the gaming license of its China unit by two years, easing some concerns about how U.S. operators would be treated.
Golden Entertainment said it plans to complete the design of the Stratosphere’s new meeting space by the end of the year as it seeks to attract more business guests to the iconic resort and tower.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. is cutting jobs at its Las Vegas headquarters as part of a plan to reduce corporate expenses by more than $40 million annually.
Private equity firms TPG Capital and Apollo Global Management have sold their remaining stake in Caesars Entertainment Corp., exiting an 11-year investment that turned sour almost immediately.
Former Las Vegas Strip casino executive Gamal Aziz has been arrested on charges of bribing a university official to get his daughter into the University of Southern California.
Nevada’s two largest gold producers have agreed to merge their local assets to create the world’s single-largest operation of the precious metal.
MGM will work with Culinary Local 226 to retrain bar and cashier staff impacted by the technology change, the company said Tuesday without saying how many people will be impacted.