Geography, state health policies, corporate staff decisions and whether a company serves a global or regional audience show how companies performed in the third quarter.
Buoyed by shrunken borrowing costs, Las Vegas’ housing market has reached new heights multiple times during the pandemic.
New cashless gaming rules and regulations could go a long way toward keeping customers coming to the state for their casino fun.
The expansion of casino gaming, the addition of sports wagering and the elimination of betting limits are among the choices facing voters in six states.
But Derek Stevens’ project, Circa, opened its casino, restaurants and year-round pool complex in downtown Las Vegas on Wednesday. Its 777-room hotel tower is scheduled to debut at year’s end.
The saga of how the casino will open separately from Circa’s hotel will be one of the many stories that become a part of Derek Steven’ cultural legacy.
There are plenty of questions for The Boring Co. to answer about the innovative Vegas Loop transit system conceived for Las Vegas by entrepreneur Elon Musk.
The pandemic has made large gatherings like the Global Gaming Expo impossible, but the sponsoring American Gaming Association is doing its best with a virtual experience.
As the amounts of slot machine jackpots grow and the casino industry expands across the United States, the low threshold for issuing an IRS Form W-2G is becoming a bigger problem for the industry.
The new record shouldn’t be much of a shock, given the market’s surprising performance in an otherwise dreadful economy.
Park MGM will be smoke-free next Wednesday. Other properties are going without smoking in certain locations. Is it time to take the big step like other states?
Developer Bob Schulman has opened another rental property crammed with amenities at a time when the coronavirus pandemic has battered Las Vegas’ economy and cast a shadow over the rental market.
With its three-story sportsbook, tiered swimming-pool aquatheater and an adults-only environment, tourists may want to make a special trip downtown to see Circa.
Clark County commissioners on Sept. 2 denied Josh Kearney’s request for an extension of the approvals on his planned $800 million attraction south of the Strip.