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Casinos could return to Cuba

19 December 2014
With the thaw in US-Cuba relations speculation has already begun on how soon casinos might return to Cuba.
 

Indiana: Industry supports jobs

19 December 2014
Revenue down in Indiana, but industry still supports 25,000 jobs.
 

Pennsylvania to weigh up gambling tax relief numbers

19 December 2014
An audit will be carried out by the state on Pennsylvania's gambling tax relief numbers to ascertain if they are being maximised.
 

Global Cash Access completes acquisition of Multimedia Games

19 December 2014
Global Cash Access has completed acquisition of Multimedia Games Holding Company.
 

Churchill Downs Incorporated announces board resignation

19 December 2014
Leonard S. Coleman, Jr., has resigned from the Company's Board of Directors effective December 17, 2014.
 

Niagara Casinos tops off a year of giving with annual donation to Project SHARE

19 December 2014
Fallsview Casino Resort and Casino Niagara rounds off 2014 corporate giving program with contribution to Project SHARE.
 

Lee’s Full House Charity Program gives holiday gifts to 75 children in Lawrence, MA

19 December 2014
Christmas will be a little more merry for 75 children in Lawrence, Mass., this year, thanks to New England’s top professional poker player Bernard Lee, who donated holiday packages to more than 75 children in the Lawrence, Mass., area as part of The Full House Charity Program on Dec. 18.
 

Judge to decide on evidence in World Cup illegal betting case

19 December 2014
Lawyers for wealthy Malaysian businessman Paul Phua and his son, Darren Phua, are seeking to get evidence seized in a July 9 raid at luxury Caesars Palace villas tossed out of court.
 

Gaming regulators approve buyout of Multimedia Games by Global Cash Access

19 December 2014
The $1.2 billion buyout of slot machine maker Multimedia Games by Global Cash Access was approved Thursday by the Nevada Gaming, which allowed the transaction to clear its final regulatory hurdle.
 

Nevada Gaming Commission OKs $1.73B Cosmopolitan sale

19 December 2014
The Nevada Gaming Commission Thursday signed off on the $1.73 billion purchase of Strip resort by Blackstone Real Estate Partners VII, a division of New York City-based Blackstone Group.


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