Caesars Entertainment CEO Gary Loveman, shares his appreciation for artists Britney Spears and Celine Dion, who have been performing with the company in Las Vegas. Loveman provides insight on the status of the Echelon Place construction.» Read More
NEW YORK, Jan 6- AT&T Inc plans to give cash-strapped consumers options to save money on mobile data fees as soon as this quarter while offering sponsors a new way to entice consumers to use their services.
MGM Grand CEO Jim Murren sat down with CNBC to discuss a broad range of opportunities and challenges facing the gaming industry.
There are $9 billion in projects either in the planning stages or underway in Las Vegas, as the city tries to dig its way out of the recession.
Internet-based services such as Netflix Inc have gotten millions of viewers accustomed to catching shows on tablets and phones.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 5- Wearable computers like Google Glass and the Samsung Galaxy Gear watch may not have caught fire yet, but that hasn't stopped mobile game developers from rushing to create apps for the new devices, eager to seize what they hope is the next big moment in consumer technology.
NEW YORK, Jan 3- AT&T Inc on Friday offered customers of No.4 U.S. mobile provider T-Mobile U.S. Inc a $200 credit to switch to its service, firing the first volley this year in what may become a price war that benefits consumers but plays havoc with profits across the industry.
NEW YORK, Jan 3- AT&T Inc on Friday offered customers of No.4 U.S. mobile provider T-Mobile U.S. Inc a $200 credit to switch to its service, firing the first volley in what may be a price war that benefits consumers but plays havoc with profits.
Sin City can't seem to attract young gamblers, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the economic turnaround in Sin City as hopeful signs surface and $9 billion worth of building projects get underway.
Stocks rose to new highs as investors reacted to strong home-price gains and an unexpected jump in consumer confidence and outlook for the New Year.
NEW YORK, Dec 31- U.S. single-family home prices rose less than expected in October but posted their strongest annualized gain in more than seven years, a closely watched survey said on Tuesday.
Joel Simkins, Credit Suisse gaming, lodging, and leisure analyst, discusses the proposal to build a $1.3 billion stadium on the strip in Las Vegas and provides insight on leisure stocks.
Dec 17- The Federal Reserve probably won't taper when it meets this week, though maybe it should. Financial markets definitely ought to sell off no matter what the Fed does, but almost certainly they won't.
*Genting to fund Las Vegas investment with own cash. KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 17- Genting Bhd, Southeast Asia's biggest gaming group, will spend an initial $3 billion to $4 billion to develop an unfinished resort on the Las Vegas strip, as it seeks to build a U.S. empire of casino and leisure assets.
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 17- Genting Bhd, Southeast Asia's largest gaming and leisure group, will spend $3 billion to $4 billion developing an unfinished resort on the Las Vegas strip, its chief executive said on Tuesday.
NEW YORK, Dec 13- The government rested its case on Friday after four weeks of testimony in the insider trading trial of SAC Capital Advisors portfolio manager Michael Steinberg, sending the proceeding toward what is expected to be a swift resolution next week.
Who would have thought that five of Zillow's top 10 healthiest housing markets would be in this state?
*Dividend estimated at 50 cents/ share in first year. Dec 13- Simon Property Group Inc, the largest owner of U.S. malls and outlet centers, will spin off its strip malls and smaller shopping centers into a publicly traded REIT to focus on its larger retail properties.
LAS VEGAS, Dec 5- The London Metal Exchange asked a panel of U.S. judges on Thursday to assign a federal court in Manhattan to handle a series of antitrust lawsuits that allege the world's largest metal exchange, two of Wall Street's biggest banks and big commodity merchants conspired to raise the price of aluminum.
TOKYO, Dec 4- For Japan's electronics firms, the kitchen is the final frontier. Companies from Panasonic Corp to Toshiba Corp are diverting engineers and money away from their TV operations and into developing' smart appliances' after losing out in the living room to cheaper Asian rivals.