Caesars Entertainment

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New Caesars CEO To Make $1.8 Million In Base Salary And Bonuses

Caesars Entertainment Corp. says its new CEO Mark Frissora is being paid a $1.8 million base salary and bonuses after succeeding Gary Loveman.


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Caesars Entertainment Division Files Bankruptcy

LAS VEGAS (AP/KXNT) — It’ official.  Caesars Entertainment has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in a Chicago bankruptcy court. The move is intended to seek relief after a 2008 buyout left the company saddled with billions […]

CBS Las Vegas–01/14/2015

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Creditors Attempt To Force Caesars Into Bankruptcy

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Creditors who say a division of Caesars Entertainment Corp. owes them $41 million collectively are attempting to push the casino giant’s operating company into bankruptcy ahead of the company’s own expected filing. […]

CBS Las Vegas–01/13/2015

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Caesars Readies Unit For Bankruptcy

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Casino giant Caesars Entertainment Corp. says a pre-packaged bankruptcy plan for its operating division has the blessing of the majority of its first-lien bondholders. The company said Friday in financial filings that […]

CBS Las Vegas–01/09/2015

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Caesars Misses $225 Million Interest Payment

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Caesars Entertainment Corp. officials say they won’t make a $225 million interest payment due Monday on some of its debt as the company keeps negotiating with senior bondholders to restructure the company’s […]

CBS Las Vegas–12/15/2014

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Caesars Talks Debt

Creditor walked away from behind-the-scenes negotiations


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Elton John Staying In Las Vegas

Singer extends contract at Caesars Palace


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Caesars Entertainment Posts $466 Million Loss

Higher revenues couldn’t offset major losses at Caesars Entertainment.


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LINQ Hotel & Casino Coming Soon

Caesars Entertainment announced its newest property, unveiling The LINQ Hotel & Casino as the latest addition to its portfolio of iconic Las Vegas resorts.


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The Quad To Get Re-Do, New Name

An aging Las Vegas Strip resort is getting a $223 million upgrade to match the hip new dining and entertainment district next door.




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