In meetings between Red Rock Resorts executives and two investment groups, new details on the company’s planned Durango property emerges and analysts like what they see.
Richard N. “Rick” Velotta has covered business, the gaming industry, tourism, transportation and aviation in Las Vegas for 25 years. A former reporter and editor with the Las Vegas Sun, the Ogden (Utah) Standard-Examiner, the Arizona Daily Sun in Flagstaff and the Aurora (Colo.) Sun, Velotta is a graduate of Northern Arizona University where he won the school’s top journalism honor. He became the Review-Journal's assistant business editor in September 2018.
Two flights a day are planned to and from Honolulu and Maui, with new flights later this year to Kauai and the Big Island of Hawaii.
A document set up to assist in the LVCVA budgeting process shows what conventions are coming to the Las Vegas Convention Center in 2022-23.
Joel Van Over of Ailevon Pacific Aviation Consulting explained to the LVCVA board of directors how airline capacity is being rebuilt at McCarran International Airport.
The Las Vegas Monorail, purchased out of bankruptcy by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and closed since March 2020, will begin selling tickets Tuesday.
The London company that manufactures slot machines and supplies lotteries sees increased spending by players, spurring profits used to retire corporate debt.
WynnBET, Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s sports betting and iGaming app, will become a new publicly traded company in a merger with a company operated by Knights owner Bill Foley.
Revenue is starting to come in from Madison Square Garden for Knicks’ and Rangers’ games and not a moment too soon with higher costs on the horizon.
A new agreement between Caesars Entertainment and the Arizona Diamondbacks has spurred some conversations on whether sportsbooks belong in our stadiums and arenas.
Weekend sell-outs for rooms at the Strat in April show that the momentum is ramping beyond the first quarter and that executives are anticipating a profitable summer.
In one of those only-in-Nevada circumstances, regulators helped a small tavern owner grandfather his gaming license back to life after a pair of short hearings.
The company that owns the Tropicana and Henderson’s M Resort has seen expansion through its Barstool Sports partnership with movement into more states by football season.
Board members were impressed with changes the company has made over the past two years, but it didn’t get the permanent license it sought for sports wagering in Nevada.
Resorts World Las Vegas and its Malaysia-based Genting Berhad management group were unanimously recommended for licensing by the Nevada Gaming Control Board Wednesday.