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Imperial Pacific Blows Through Four Executive Directors in a Year as Latest Chairman and CEO Resigns

Imperial Pacific International has lost another executive. The controversial company is in the process of building the Imperial Palace on the Pacific island of Saipan, a project that has been beset by problems this year. Too much? Imperial Pacific is...
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Former Trump Plaza Atlantic City Workers Receive Severance Checks Four Years After Resort Closing

Hundreds of former Trump Plaza employees in Atlantic City are receiving severance checks more than four years after the Boardwalk casino resort closed in September of 2014. Many years after the Trump Plaza closed, employees are finally receiving their severanc...
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Caesars Creates Emergency-Response ‘Civilian SWAT’ Teams for Las Vegas Properties

Caesars Entertainment has deployed its own armed emergency response teams to counter the threat of mass shootings and terrorism, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Caesars’ armed response unit is made up of former military and SWAT officers and hopes...
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DeSantis Backed by Adelson, Racetracks in Florida Governor Race as Gambling Industry Weighs Into Amendment 3

Florida Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis has received generous campaign donations from the gambling industry but remains tight-lipped about his stance on gambling expansion in the state, the Naples Daily News reports. Polarizing GOP candidate Ro...
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Typhoon Mangkhut Won’t Do Long-Term Damage to Macau Revenues, But Analysts Predict Impacted GGR

Typhoon Mangkhut may have forced an emergency shutdown of Macau’s casinos for the first time ever, but it won’t be enough to stop the continued growth of revenues in the Chinese gaming enclave. While Typhoon Mangkhut had a devastating impact...
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William Hill Remains on Sports Betting Offensive, Inks Deal With IGT Targeting State Lotteries

William Hill continues to position its sports betting company to enter new markets in the recently liberalized United States. Its latest move is partnering with IGT to bring sportsbooks to state lotteries. William Hill US CEO Joe Asher isn’t content...
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Woman Sues Rivers Casino Schenectady for $25,000 Denied Prize Due to Missing Asterisk

Rivers Casino & Resort in Schenectady, Upstate New York, faces a legal suit from a disgruntled gambler who believes she was robbed of her rightful claim to a brand new Jaguar XE, The Daily Gazette reports. Should the Rivers Casino...
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Crown Resorts VIP Revenues Plunge in Australia as James Packer Recuperates in New $66 Million LA Mansion

There was more bad news for James Packer’s Crown Resorts this week. Western Australia’s Gaming and Wagering Commission reported that VIP revenue at its Crown Perth property had plunged despite the company splurging $470 million on transforming it into a...
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MGM Resorts President Bill Hornbuckle Voices Concerns on Las Vegas Raiders Parking Scheme

MGM Resorts is none too pleased with the parking plan proposed by the Las Vegas Stadium Authority (LVSA) for the 65,000-seat indoor football venue being built near the Strip. MGM Resorts executive Bill Hornbuckle doesn’t like what he sees regarding...
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Lucky Dragon Las Vegas Files to Close Hotel After Unsuccessful Auction

Owners of the Lucky Dragon in Las Vegas have asked a US bankruptcy court for permission to close its 203-room hotel after an auction held last week turned up fruitless. The casino floor at Andrew Fonfa’s Lucky Dragon Las Vegas...
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