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  • The FAA does a lengthy review of all airlines every five years but moved up its inspection of Allegiant by two years after an aborted takeoff, a plane that nearly ran out of fuel, and other events. Allegiant declined to publicly release its response to the FAA. A spokesman for the FAA, Ian Gregor, said the agency received Allegiant's response and found it sufficient.

  • NEW YORK— New York City's iconic Carnegie Deli is closing its flagship location on Dec. 31. Spokeswoman Cristyne Nicholas says owner Marian Harper "emotionally announced the news" to employees on Friday. Carnegie will still have locations in Las Vegas; Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; New York's Madison Square Garden; and at the U.S.

  • LAS VEGAS, Sept 30- Here, in the city of glitz and promise, just a few poor plays can bury a gambler under a tower of debt. And when a player doesn't repay the loans, Las Vegas has power to employ a tool unavailable to most every other creditor: jail. In a windowless basement of the courthouse sits Las Vegas' most fearsome debt collector: the Clark County District Attorney's...

  • LAS VEGAS, Sept 30- Here, in the city of glitz and promise, just a few poor plays can bury a gambler under a tower of debt. And when a player doesn't repay the loans, Las Vegas has power to employ a tool unavailable to most every other creditor: jail. In a windowless basement of the courthouse sits Las Vegas' most fearsome debt collector: the Clark County District Attorney's...

  • LAS VEGAS, Sept 30- By the time the Las Vegas Sands Corp tried to collect on the gambling debts last year, the two women owed $6.4 million, lost during a few disastrous days of baccarat. The attorneys for the women, Jeffrey Setness of the law firm Fabian VanCott and Kevin Rosenberg of Lowenstein& Weatherwax LLP, contend the Sands may have violated federal anti-money...

  • LAS VEGAS, Sept 30- Here, in the city of glitz and promise, just a few poor plays can bury a gambler under a tower of debt. And when a player doesn't repay the loans, Las Vegas has power to employ a tool unavailable to most every other creditor: jail. In a windowless basement of the courthouse sits Las Vegas' most fearsome debt collector: the Clark County District Attorney's...

  • Las Vegas resident Michael Catania was surprised when he plugged his name into MissingMoney.com, a website for unclaimed-property searches, and learned that Massachusetts was holding money for him from a forgotten bank certificate of deposit. The adjunct music professor had lived in four states over the past decade, including Massachusetts, where he had...

  • LAS VEGAS— A poor showing from the high-roller game of baccarat and two fewer weekend days pushed Nevada gambling revenue down 5.2 percent in August compared with the same month last year, according to figures released Thursday. The Nevada Gaming Control Board said casinos in the state won just $861 million in August— the lowest monthly total since June 2015.

  • LAS VEGAS— Union members are calling on the public to boycott Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's businesses nationwide because he isn't negotiating a contract with the more than 500 eligible workers at his high-rise Las Vegas hotel. The group is the parent organization of the Culinary Union, which represents about 57,000 Las Vegas- area...

  • The U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, which regulates large banks, will offer guidance on how banks evaluate foreign banking risks and make decisions on whether to shut down accounts, agency head Thomas Curry said at a Las Vegas conference for anti-money laundering specialists.

  • CHICAGO, Sept 27- Caesars Entertainment Corp said on Tuesday it has struck a crucial $5 billion deal with most of its casino operating unit's creditors, resolving billions of dollars in legal claims and paving the subsidiary's way out of a costly bankruptcy. The Las Vegas- based company's main operating unit, Caesars Entertainment Operating Co Inc, filed in...

  • Caesars Entertainment Corp.'s Caesars Palace casino stands in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Caesars said on Tuesday it has struck a $5 billion deal, paving the way out of a costly bankruptcy.

  • CHICAGO, Sept 27- Caesars Entertainment Corp said on Tuesday it has struck a crucial $5 billion deal with most of its casino operating unit's creditors, resolving billions of dollars in legal claims and paving the subsidiary's way out of a costly bankruptcy. The Las Vegas- based company's main operating unit, Caesars Entertainment Operating Co Inc, filed in...

  • CHICAGO, Sept 27- Hold-out creditors of Caesars Entertainment Corp's bankrupt operating unit accepted a sweetened $5 billion deal on Tuesday that could finally extricate the casino company from a costly bankruptcy. Following are key events in the $18 billion bankruptcy of the Las Vegas- based casino group's main operating unit, Caesars Entertainment...

  • The Las Vegas- based company's main operating unit, Caesars Entertainment Operating Co Inc, filed for bankruptcy in January 2015. Under the agreement, which still needs approval from the U. S Bankruptcy Court in Chicago, first-lien bank lenders will recover roughly 115 cents on the dollar, about 1 cent less than previously agreed upon. Junior creditors, who had...

  • The Las Vegas- based company's main operating unit, Caesars Entertainment Operating Co Inc, filed for bankruptcy in January 2015. The deal still needs approval from the U. S Bankruptcy Court in Chicago. Under the agreement, Caesars and its private equity owners, Apollo Global Management and TPG Capital Management, offered junior creditors an increased recovery...

  • Sept 26- Caesars Entertainment Corp is "optimistic" of finally reaching a $5 billion agreement with creditors to push its main operating unit out of a long and costly bankruptcy, the Las Vegas- based casino group said in a statement on Monday. The company's main operating unit, Caesars Entertainment Operating Co Inc, filed for Chapter 11 protection in January 2015...

  • CHICAGO, Sept 23- Shares of Caesars Entertainment Corp slid on Friday as creditors thrashed out the terms of a sweetened $5 billion deal that could finally extract the casino company from a costly bankruptcy. The company's main operating unit, Caesars Entertainment Operating Corp Inc, or CEOC, filed for bankruptcy in January 2015. The latest offer from Caesars...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 23- Trump International Hotels Management LLC agreed to pay $50,000 to settle with New York State over data breaches that exposed 70,000 credit card numbers and other personal information, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced on Friday. According to Schneiderman, bank analyses of hundreds of fraudulent credit card...

  • CHICAGO, Sept 23- Shares of Caesars Entertainment Corp slid on Friday, a day after hitting a 16- month high, as investors awaited a midnight deadline for creditors to accept a sweetened $5 billion deal that could finally extract the casino company from a costly bankruptcy. The company's main operating unit, Caesars Entertainment Operating Corp Inc, or CEOC, filed...