Two of Las Vegas’ largest casino operators have posted losses in the third quarter.
Caesars Entertainment has signed a three-year deal with Republic Airways to provide flights for the casino firm’s top customers.
The state has refused to refund over $15 million in sales taxes to Station Casinos for free meals it handed out to guests and employees.
Rides on the Las Vegas Monorail were briefly suspended due to a gas line break.
The Nevada Supreme Court has tossed an initiative for a new Las Vegas Strip sports arena off the November ballot.
The Las Vegas Sun reports there is an explanation for the notorious stretch of 19’s recorded at a roulette wheel at the Rio on Monday night: gambling malfunction.
A Las Vegas Strip casino known for beer pong and a lucky leprechaun is having a “going out of business” special, as it counts the days until last call.
It appears Caesars Entertainment has a hit with its public stock offering.
Nearly two million shares of Caesars Entertainment go on sale today.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. executives say they plan to open a $550 million outdoor promenade in June 2013, linking its casinos on the east side of the Las Vegas with restaurants, bars and a 550-foot observation wheel.