Wynn Cutting Free Valet Parking; Will Continue Free Self ParkingOne day after Caesars Entertainment Corp. joined MGM Resorts International in announcing an end to free parking at their Las Vegas properties, Wynn Resorts has partially joined the movement by ending their free parking valet service, according to the company.
Las Vegas Casino Execs Back Stadium for RaidersCasino executives from Wynn Resorts, Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts International are urging Nevada lawmakers to support a convention center expansion and a Las Vegas stadium plan backed by one of their competitors.
Fifteen Las Vegas Strip Properties Unplugging From NV Energy GridNobody will flip a switch, and lights aren't expected to flutter on casino floors when 15 Las Vegas Strip properties start parting ways overnight with NV Energy.
Vegas Casino Firms MGM Resorts, Wynn File to Exit Power GridCasino companies MGM Resorts International and Wynn Resorts are telling state utility regulators they intend to pull the plug from regional utility Nevada Power and obtain their electricity from the wholesale market starting Oct. 1.
Casino Magnate Wynn Envisions Water Paradise in Dry NevadaA Las Vegas casino magnate is proposing an extravagant water paradise in drought-stricken Nevada.
Nevada Law Allows Businesses, Investors To Bet On Sports
Wynn, Sands Pulling Plug on NV Energy?Applications filed with Public Utilities Commission for resorts to buy electricity on open market
Wynn Resorts Reports Vote Results In Board FeudVote results show Elaine Wynn received 21.4 percent of votes cast for company directors in her fight to stay on the board of Wynn Resorts Ltd.
Steve Wynn's Salary2014 earnings 30% more than 2013
Gambling Lawsuit Back OnCase centers on IOUs at Wynn Resorts
Nevada Court Says Tip Sharing Allowed A mandatory tip-sharing policy at Wynn casinos on the Las Vegas Strip is legal, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a unanimous decision, reversing a lower court that said employees can't be forced to pool their tips with supervisors.
Panel Urges Scrutiny Of U.S. Companies In Macau A congressional advisory panel says U.S. regulators should tighten up scrutiny of casino companies operating in the top gambling market of Macau because of the risk of money laundering.