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Las Vegas Sands, the parent company of Sands Casino in Bethlehem, Wednesday announced record quarterly earnings for its global casino, hotel and convention center empire. Sands officials said first-quarter net revenue rose 19.5 percent to $3.3 billion,...
When someone says, "Hit me" at Martorano's restaurant, it can mean another drink, another meatball or another card. The over-the-top eatery is now serving up blackjack along with its signature pasta dishes. Martorano's, just a short stroll from the...
He was a smooth-talking swindler who operated Orange County's most notorious and lucrative strip club, the Mustang Topless Theater. Born James Stockwell, he rebranded himself Jimmy Casino and lived the extravagant lifestyle of a character from an Elmore...
Tags: Criminals, FBI, Bars and Clubs, Judges, Prosecution
Gold has lost some of its gleam among small investors who once saw it as a financial salvation. The precious metal suffered its sharpest price drop in three decades, as the frenzy that drove gold to fantastic heights in recent years reversed course with...
McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceMohegan Sun is adopting a new name and brand for its western Massachusetts casino project, now dubbed Mohegan Sun Massachusetts. "Mohegan Sun Massachusetts represents what we expect our project will come to represent: the premier New England gaming...
McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceFoxwoods Resort Casino informed employees Wednesday of impending job cuts, though Scott Butera, president and chief executive officer, offered no specifics about the number of workers who would be let go. Butera, in a phone interview, said "no particular...
The Hartford CourantThe governor's budget office is placing upbeat bets on slot revenues even as a study released this week describes dwindling traffic at Connecticut's casinos. For the next few fiscal years, the state projects that slot revenues, rather than dropping by...
Tags: Government, Casino and Gambling, Consumers, Travel, Politics
Des Plaines officials agreed to extend contracts for two of the three lobbying firms hired to represent the city's interests in Springfield. But officials chose to shorten the contract extensions—reducing the length from one year to six months&...
It's IRA time, with people opening individual retirement accounts after doing their tax returns and then fretting over where to invest the new money. Some labor over the decision, figuring there is one right fund. Yet, if you already have a balanced...
For the second time this month, Des Plaines officials have balked at approving a proposed water rate hike. Aldermen postponed a vote last week on a proposed 6.9 percent rate hike, with some saying they'd still like to find ways to use reserve funds or...
After twice balking at raising the city's water rate, Des Plaines officials now appear poised to approve a 6.9 percent rate hike. In a narrow 4-3 vote, aldermen approved the rate hike on first reading at Monday night's City Council meeting. The 6.9...
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The Hartford CourantMGM Resorts International, one of the bidders for a casino license in Western Massachusetts, will hold a career fair at the MassMutual Center in Springfield from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. Local businesses are also invited to hear about...
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