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MGM Resorts International on Thursday named Trevor Scherrer as president of The Mirage. Scherrer, who has 25 years experience in the gaming industry, was most recently executive vice president of operations for The Mirage. Scherrer has also held
The New Jersey Casino Control Commission on Wednesday allowed MGM Resorts International one step closer toward getting back into the Atlantic City casino market. The company wants the commission to let it keep its 50 percent ownership of the Borgata.
Nearly two years after closing, the Sahara is finally getting its long-awaited face-lift. Los Angeles-based SBE Entertainment has secured the last piece of the $415 million in financing needed to transform the Strip resort into the SLS Las Vegas...
While Las Vegas celebrates the Year of the Snake with Chinese New Year celebrations all week, travel officials look to mainland China as a prime target. In recent years travel from China to the U.S. has eased with shorter visa wait times, but the U.S.
The story should have made clear that similar programs were operated on a trial basis in other resorts.
MGM Resorts International has asked New Jersey gaming regulators to reinstate the company's gaming license in Atlantic City nearly three years after the casino operator agreed to leave the market. In a statement Monday, MGM Resorts officials said the
With talks heating up about a football stadium and sports arena, MGM Resorts International is reportedly exploring the feasibility of building an arena behind the Monte Carlo. The company's third arena would be larger than the 17,000-seat MGM Grand
To try to jump-start the stalled construction-defects litigation, CityCenter has asked the Nevada Supreme Court for a quick hearing and decision on a key lower court ruling that went against it. Last year, Clark County District Judge Elizabeth
Share prices of most Las Vegas gaming companies with ties to Macau fell Wednesday after the Times of London reported China may be preparing to target junket operators with links to organized crime. China's government is expected to clamp down later
Macau casinos in January grew gaming revenues 7.3 percent, falling well short of Wall Street predictions that the Chinese gaming market would mirror December's single month revenue record of $3.54 billion. Macau's Gaming Inspection and Coordination