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  • Macau's most expensive casino

    CNBC's Susan Li helps show off Wynn's $4.2 billion palace in Macau.

  • Steve Wynn doubles down on Macau with new $4B casino

    CNBC's Susan Li takes a closer look at Steve Wynn's new $4 billion casino in Macau.

  • Wynn Casinos PKG

    Wynn Resorts' Chairman Steve Wynn says the non-gaming entertainment will differentiate his resorts and attract visitors.

  • Macau Gaming

    After China's anti-corruption drive, we can expect regulations to favor the mass market gaming segment, says Union Gaming Group MD Grant Govertsen.

  • Wynn: Trump is 'a friend'

    CNBC's Jane Wells reports on Wynn Resorts' plan to open its new $4.2 billion "Wynn Palace" resort on Monday in Macau, including what CEO Steve Wynn has to say. Wynn also shares his thoughts on the election and Donald Trump.

  • Wynn PKG

    Wynn Resorts CEO Steve Wynn talks to CNBC about Wynn Palace and increased competition amid a slowing gaming sector.

  • SHANGHAI _ China Lodging Group Ltd. on Tuesday reported second-quarter earnings of $47.5 million. China Lodging shares have climbed 37 percent since the beginning of the year. Keywords: China Lodging, Earnings Report.

  • Hotel operator HEI Hotels& Resorts is reporting that at least 20 properties may have been hit by hackers for months, collecting names and card account numbers. The Westin Snowmass Resort in Snowmass Village. Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville.

  • NEW YORK— An undisclosed number of people who used credit cards at 20 Hyatt, Sheraton, Marriott, Westin and other hotels in 10 states and the District of Columbia may have had their cards compromised as a result of hack of the hotels' payment system. Among the hotel chains, Hilton Worldwide, Trump Hotel Collection and Starwood Hotels& Resorts have all confirmed POS...

  • NEW YORK, Aug 14- A data breach at 20 U.S. hotels operated by HEI Hotels& Resorts for Starwood, Marriott, Hyatt and Intercontinental may have divulged payment card data from tens of thousands of food, drink and other transactions, HEI said on Sunday. About 8,000 transactions occurred during the affected period at the Hyatt Centric Santa Barbara hotel in California,...

  • Former Cuban President Fidel Castro and President of Cuba's University Students Federation (FEU) Randy Perdomo look at a newspaper during a meeting in Havana in this picture provided by Cubadebate.  The pictures of Castro with Perdomo were taken on January 23, 2015 according to Perdomo's account.

    Fidel Castro thanked Cubans for their tributes to mark his 90th birthday, and the iconic leftist revolutionary also lambasted his old foe, the U.S.

  • *Series of blasts hit seaside resorts in southern Thailand. *Thailand aims to lure 32 million visitors in 2016. The resort of Hua Hin was rocked by four bombs less than 12 hours apart that killed two people and wounded 24, as thousands flocked to its hotels and beaches for a long weekend to celebrate the Queen's birthday, which is also Mother's Day in Thailand.

  • Thailand rocked by series of bombs

    A string of explosions hit a number of popular tourist destinations throughout Thailand.

  • Cruise Travel

    CLIA CEO Cindy D'Aoust talks to CNBC about the growing demand for cruise travel, particularly in Asia.

  • Airbnb wins in Rio

    The house-sharing website is the 'official alternative accommodation service' for the Olympic Games.

  • Why the Silver Heritage Group is opening a casino in Kathmandu

    We are targeting the Indian consumer with the Tiger Palace Resort, located along the India-Nepal border, says Mike Bolsover, CEO at Silver Heritage Group.

  • NBA players' Olympic digs

    CNBC's Carl Quintanilla looks at the lodging space for athletes at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. The accommodations are getting mixed reviews. The NBA players are staying on a luxury cruise ship, in extremely nice accommodations.

  • Bulls book a stay with Royal Caribbean

    The "Fast Money Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian discusses unusual trade activity in the options market involving Royal Caribbean.

  • Carl Icahn can benefit from his Taj Mahal casino fail

    The activist hedge fund investor said he took a $100-million loss on his investment in the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City.

  • MGM CEO: I think Macau has bottomed

    MGM CEO Jim Murren discusses the outlook of his company, including business in Macau, National Harbor and Atlantic City, as well as his view on the election.