|Columnist Jane Ann Morrison calls out the six union steelworkers who gambled that no fire would ignite in the highly flammable exterior of the Monte Carlo.
VIPs with large bankrolls are gambling $8 billion a month in the once problem-plagued Crown Macau
Analysts are guessing that the proposed stimulus package that was passed in the U.S. House of Representatives last week could add an
additional 1.3% to the casino industry's expected revenue growth this year.
The nation's fastest-growing city is poised to add more than 330 acres of gaming
development, which could bring as many as 2,500 hotel rooms, and a mini-Strip of sorts, to
North Las Vegas.
Gov. Deval Patrick warned that inaction on his pending legislation to create three resort
casinos could result in the establishment of an Indian gaming casino with no revenue stream
to the state.
The California governor was in Los Angeles last week to stump for a 'yes' vote on the
propositions that would help casinos bring in more than $9 billion in revenues to the
state budget in the next two decades.