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Travel Casinos and Gaming

  • The Wynn Palace casino in Macau.

    Wynn Resorts stock rallied 3 percent Monday as a report showed it's gaining share vs rivals in Macau as revenue trends improve in the market

  • BRUSSELS, May 22- Malta let online gambling firms operate from the island across the European Union between at least 2012-2014 while failing to enforce its own rules on monitoring their computer servers, according to a former employee at Maltas gaming regulator. Malta has awarded around 500 online gaming licences, the highest number in Europe.

  • BRUSSELS, May 21- Malta let online gambling firms operate from the island across the European Union between at least 2012-2014 while failing to enforce its own rules on monitoring their computer servers, according to a former employee at Maltas gaming regulator. Malta has awarded around 500 online gaming licences, the highest number in Europe.

  • The dispute centers on the Ho-Chunk's efforts to add hundreds of slot machines, table games, a restaurant and a hotel to its casino in Wittenberg, about 20 miles east of Wausau. The Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohicans runs the North Star casino-resort about 20 miles east of Wittenberg and fears the Ho-Chunk expansion will hurt the North Star's profits.

  • The plans of Malaysia- based Genting Group for the site on the Strip's northern end include a 100,000- square-foot casino, dining options of authentic Asian cuisine and retail space. "The company has really taken a look at the market in Las Vegas throughout the past couple of years, and it has really shifted to something that's much more modern."

  • ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.— Atlantic City's casinos saw their first monthly revenue decline of the year in April, with the amount of money won from gamblers declining by 1.6 percent. Figures released Friday by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement show the casinos won $211.6 million in April. "Every one of the operating casinos won more at their slot machines last...

  • Japan legalized casinos in December, attracting international operators including Las Vegas Sands, Galaxy Entertainment Corp and MGM Resorts International. "We definitely want to take a bigger stake in Japan- not just the entertainment part, but the whole resort," President and Chief Operating Officer Haruki Satomi told reporters on the sidelines of a...

  • Lawrence Ho on end of Melco, Crown partnership

    Lawrence Ho, Melco Resorts & Entertainment, says the company will focus on the potential of the Japanese markets.

  • LIVINGSTON, Texas— Historically averse to anything resembling casino-style gambling, Texas officials are now going after a thriving electronic bingo center run by an American Indian tribe, nearly a year after the machines began filling a rustic building on historic land north of Houston. The Alabama- Coushatta tribe runs the Naskila Gaming entertainment...

  • BETHLEHEM, Pa.— The mayor says plans to expand the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem have apparently been delayed by talks that the casino could be sold to MGM Resorts International for $1.3 billion. Bethlehem Mayor Robert Donchez believes the rumored sale, first reported in March, is behind the delay. The casino's parent company, Las Vegas Sands Corp., said in March...

  • The Trump Taj Mahal, the Atlantic City casino that the real estate mogul built for $1.2 billion in 1990, went for 4 cents on the dollar when it was sold in March. Documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday revealed the price that billionaire Carl Icahn got from Hard Rock International for the shuttered casino: $50 million.

  • Cramer Remix: The casino stock to buy if you’re playing your cards safe

    Jim Cramer dealt out his thoughts on the Macau casino stocks and chose his winner of the group.

  • Jim Cramer on "Mad Money"

    Jim Cramer dealt out his thoughts on the Macau casino stocks and chose his winner of the group.

  • HONG KONG, May 8- Macau plans to add security features to ATMs to monitor withdrawals, authorities in the world's largest gambling hub said as the Chinese territory seeks to tighten restrictions on cash flows out of the mainland. Macau is a special administrative region of China and the announcement of the plan coincides with a visit by Zhang Dejiang, the head of...

  • HONG KONG, May 8- Macau plans to add security features to ATMs to monitor withdrawals, authorities in the world's largest gambling hub said as the Chinese territory seeks to further tighten restrictions on cash flows out of the mainland. Macau is a special administrative region of China and the announcement of the plans coincides with a visit by Zhang Dejiang,...

  • MANILA/ HONG KONG, May 8- China and the Philippines have joined forces to tackle illegal gambling, part of Beijing's broader campaign to curb illicit capital outflows and a pledge by Manila to weed out unscrupulous operators from the country's booming gaming industry. In their first joint exercise, Philippine and Chinese authorities cracked a transnational...

  • Imperial Pacific Casino Saipan

    The FBI is investigating a casino project managed by Chinese construction firms for labor issues, N.Y. Times reports.

  • Casinos hit the jackpot

    The "Fast Money" traders debate the trade on casino stocks following another month of double-digit gains for Macau gaming revenues.

  • Water from a fountain sprays into the air in front of signage for the Wynn Macau casino resort.

    U.S. casino companies rallied Monday after the gambling mecca posted stronger-than-expected April gaming revenue.

  • Wynn Resorts Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn

    Shares of Wynn Resorts closed up almost 6 percent after the company reported strong earnings.