Las Vegas Sands
A Nevada judge has fined Las Vegas Sands Corp. $25,000, citing its failure to disclose important information in a lawsuit filed by a fired executive against the casino company.
Senator Dean Heller says he’s unaware about reports of a federal investigation into casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson’s company. Heller says, “the only reason those issues are coming up because he is participating so much in the political process.”
Authorities are looking into whether Las Vegas Sands and several of its executives violated federal money-laundering laws.
Sheldon Adelson is threatening to sue Democrats for implying he has been funding Republican candidates with money from prostitution.
Billionaire gambling mogul and Boston native Sheldon Adelson says he is no longer interested in opening a casino in his home state.
A group of wounded veterans from across the nation will be spending a little down time in Sin City.
Newt Gingrich’s main benefactor may be giving up on his presidential campaign.
Gaming stocks were not immune from yesterday’s 634-point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
What do Las Vegas Sands Corp. chairman and chief executive Sheldon Adelson, the Blue Man Group, and celebrity chef Charlie Palmer all have in common?
Casino-resort developer and operator Las Vegas Sands Corp. is reporting that it earned $273 million during the fourth quarter of 2010 thanks to soaring revenue in Macau and Singapore. The company, led by billionaire CEO […]