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CBS Sports reports that Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said Las Vegas "could be a viable market for us" and that legalized gambling is not an issue. To see the full story, click here.
A resort hosting casinos in Japan could cost up to $10 billion to build, Las Vegas Sands Corp's chief said, as the casino operator looks to win operating rights in what is widely expected to become the world's second-biggest casino market. To see the full story, click here.
Profootballtalk's Mike Florio says the Oakland Raiders don't only need to secure financing for a stadium for a proposed move to Las Vegas, they’ll need to hope Sheldon Adelson, who backed out of helping fund the project, isn’t able to throw a wrench into the gears. To see the full story, click here.
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“Yachts are by definition happy places,” AD100 designer Roger Thomas says of his latest project, casino mogul Steve Wynn’s 300-foot Aquarius. And the outcome is happy indeed: Wynn and Thomas, who serves as the executive vice president of design for Wynn Design & Development, collaborated on interiors that exude the duo’s signature sophistication without sacrificing a shred of comfort. To ...
Planned Parenthood just got another windfall donation from a powerful woman. Elaine Wynn has donated $1 million to the women's health organization, Fortune has learned. To see the full story, click here.
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One thing is clear after Raiders owner Mark Davis and company blew up, in a matter of days, their partnership with the Las Vegas Sands Corporation and jeopardized their bid to move to Nevada: the players, and Raiders fans everywhere, deserve better than the people who are in charge. To see the full story, click here.
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The made-for-TV court at Caesars Palace could have been empty except for one basketball and two of the game's most illustrious players ever. They would've been free of teammates, facing each other head-on in The King of the Court, to finally answer a question that remained unanswered for so long: Who's better—Michael Jordan or Magic Johnson? To see the full ...
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The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that local developer Doug Manchester has contacted NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell expressing a desire to build a privately-financed stadium in Mission Valley. To see the full story, click here.
In early June 2014, accountants at the Lumiere Place Casino in St. Louis noticed that several of their slot machines had—just for a couple of days—gone haywire. The government-approved software that powers such machines gives the house a fixed mathematical edge, so that casinos can be certain of how much they’ll earn over the long haul—say, 7.129 cents for every ...
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UNLV cheerleader Gabi Bugay is featured as the Sports Illustrated Cheerleader of the Week. To see the full story, click here.
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Las Vegas casino mogul and Republican financier Sheldon Adelson will dine with President Donald Trump on Thursday night at the White House, according to The Washington Post, which cited a Trump adviser who was not authorized to speak publicly. To see the full story, click here.
Forbes, citing data delivered by Caesars to Billboard, reports that Britney Spears’ “Piece Of Me” show has just recently passed the $100 million mark in terms of revenue. To see the full story, click here.
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A radio interview Friday with Washington Redskins President Bruce Allen gave a window into what Raiders owner Mark Davis thinks about moving to Las Vegas and why he thinks it. To see the full story, click here.
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At this year’s CES, troubled electric car startup Faraday Future presented itself as the company that would usher in “the next generation of sustainable luxury mobility.” But even though it finally unveiled its first car to the world, the FF91, the company keeps tripping over its own feet as it attempts to move past its problems and enter production. To ...
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Fox News reports that Las Vegas casino magnate Steve Wynn will be the new Republican National Committee finance chairman, accepting the job after being asked directly by President Donald Trump. To see the full story, click here.