Associations representing gaming, travel and hospitality say they’re ready to work with the new Biden administration to expedite recovery.
Bailey joined the Las Vegas-Review Journal’s business desk in April 2018. She previously worked with the paper in the summer of 2017 as an intern. Prior to her return, she was an intern on Bloomberg News’ energy team. She grew up in Iowa and graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a bachelor of journalism degree in 2017.
Nearly 63,000 plants and flowers are spread across four scenes inside the Bellagio Conservatory’s Lunar New Year display, designed to convey messages of love for nature, commitment, tradition, children and travel.
MGM Resorts has decided not to make a revised offer for the British gaming company Entain PLC.
Nevada hospitality employees are in the fast lane to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but face a long line before it’s their turn.
The merger would take place through Gaming Hospitality Acquisition Corp., a blank-check company with plans to raise between $150 million and $172.5 million through an initial public offering.
On Friday, Wynn Resorts Ltd. secured market access for the WynnBet app in Iowa, making it the seventh state ready to host the gaming platform.
The longtime CEO and chairman of Las Vegas Sands Corp., who died Monday at age 87, had strong ties to Israel.
A UMC vaccination center equipped to offer hundreds of vaccinations each day will be set up inside the Encore’s convention space.
It’s unclear what sort of changes could emerge under new leadership, but industry watchers say Las Vegas Sands likely will stay true to its roots, at least in the short term.
Station Casinos will hold in-person casting calls Jan. 19-21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for positions at its Red Rock and Green Valley Ranch resorts.
Downtown Las Vegas’ Plaza hotel and casino has opened a nearly 3,000-square-foot space dedicated exclusively to Wheel of Fortune-themed slot machines.
Illuminarium Experiences, an experiential entertainment brand, announced at CES 2021 that it has partnered with Osaka-based Panasonic to launch technology-driven custom entertainment venues, including one planned in Las Vegas.
Intel’s senior vice president expects autonomous vehicles will be ready for consumers in less than five years.