Nevada Gaming Commission Chairman Tony Alamo, a physician, is leaving his regulatory role earlier than expected to devote more time to the coronavirus battle.
As first responders step up amid the coronavirus pandemic, one Las Vegas property is offering these workers a free meeting space with fresh food.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. had possibly its best two months in the history of the company in January and February, according to CEO Tony Rodio. Then everything changed in March.
Station Casinos Chairman and CEO Frank Fertitta III and Vice Chairman Lorenzo Fertitta will be forgoing their salaries for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Horst Dziura, who helped transform nongaming amenities into profit centers and transformed the Flamingo Hilton into a resort for the middle market, died March 17 after a long illness. He was 79.
Time is up for a number of workers in the Las Vegas Valley. With the unemployment insurance office backed up with a record number of claims, many are left wondering when they’ll see any sort of benefits come in.
The city’s resorts have good reasons to decline sheltering the homeless during the coronavirus outbreak, even though 150,000 hotel rooms will be empty over the next four weeks.
Full- and part-time workers at third-party eateries will be paid by the resort operator during the state-ordered coronavirus closure.
AGA President and CEO Bill Miller is calling on SBA leadership to modify regulations that would make one-third of small gaming companies ineligible for CARES relief.
Coronavirus quarantines and border restrictions are continuing to take their toll on casinos in Macao with March gross gaming revenue down 79.7% and the quarter off 60%.
Casino industry analysts say the coronavirus outbreak won’t kill the merger deal between Eldorado Resorts and Caesars Entertainment, but the delay could up the price tag.
With travel slowed by the coronavirus outbreak, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is canceling contracts with 14 international offices that market the city.