|Long-time Massachusetts resident and former Harvard professor Gary Loveman last week officially became part owner of the Boston Celtics, the NBA team he has rooted for since the 1980s.
The United States will be sanctioned $21 million annually for its restrictive Internet gambling laws and regulations, the WTO announced Friday. The ruling allows Antigua and Barbuda to lift certain copyright and trademark protections on U.S. goods and services to collect the money.
Steve Wynn's expansion to debut well ahead of schedule with 85 additional tables and 551 new slot machines.
Don Barden seeks to consolidate his Majestic Star casinos on Lake Michigan and use
the other gaming license for a new casino in northeast Indiana.
Las Vegas Sands Chairman Sheldon Adelson gets permission to provide fewer parking spots for his new convention center, much to the dismay of next-door neighbor Steve Wynn.
Gross gaming revenue breaks the $100 million mark in November for the first time, beating the
previous record of $99.1 million which was set in 2004.
The newest addition to the Truckee Meadows skyline was unveiled on Thursday as the
19-story Tuscany Tower opened its doors.