Las Vegas Casinos Trying To Attract MillennialsAmid dropping revenues and new state regulations, Las Vegas casinos are trying to attract millennials to come drop by.
New Caesars CEO To Make $1.8 Million In Base Salary And BonusesCaesars Entertainment Corp. says its new CEO Mark Frissora is being paid a $1.8 million base salary and bonuses after succeeding Gary Loveman.
Nevada Casinos Win $11 Billion In 2014
Poker Not In The Cards For Defendants In Vegas FBI Ruse CaseA judge says a Malaysian businessman and his son can't play poker at Las Vegas casinos while they await a ruling on whether the FBI illegally entered their hotel suites to investigate what prosecutors say was a $13 million illegal Internet gambling ring.
Christie Vetoes Sports Betting In New JerseyVeto seen as defeat for Atlantic City casinos.
Caesars Losses: $384 MillionLas Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment posted a $384 million first-quarter loss.
FBI, Secret Service Investigating Sands Hacking Hackers took over all Sands sites, posting a map with flames where Sands casinos are located and a photo of Sands CEO Sheldon Adelson with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Legislators Ask Navajos To Renegotiate Compact A legislative panel asked the Navajo Nation and Gov. Susana Martinez's administration on Friday to renegotiate a proposed compact to restrict the state's largest tribe to their existing casinos rather than allowing an expansion of gambling.
Gaming Revenues Down In OctoberStrip revenues were down 5 percent, downtown revenues down 3 percent.
New York Rolls Into Casino Business After Voter Approval New York voters authorized an expansion of gambling in the state, making way for 7 Las Vegas style casinos.
Strip Gaming Down 10%State gaming revenues are down 5%, and the Strip numbers are skewed by events of June 2012
Nev. Gambling Revenue Flat In AprilBad luck with craps and baccarat, plus a missing Sunday, kept Nevada casino revenue flat in April.