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  • Las Vegas, Nevada.

    The American Gaming Association's first report on the industry's impact on the economy found that, despite big money, gaming firms have had to adapt.

  • Meet creative mind behind slot machine games

    Brad Rose designs slot machine games for WMS, part of Scientific Games. He's debuting new products at the Global Gaming Expo, and explains how he recruits college grads more used to videogames than slots.

  • Vegas doubles down on different future

    A new park and arena is being built as casino alternatives in Las Vegas, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.

  • Gaming's big bet on social

    CNBC's Jane Wells provides a sneak peek on how the gaming industry is changing its strategy to attract new customers into the casinos.

  • Sin City's tech rehab

    Could downtown Las Vegas be the next Silicon Valley? Nellie Bowles of Re/Code, discusses how Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh is turning Sin City into landing spot for tech startups.

  • Various mobile devices sit on display at the Qualcomm Inc. booth at the International CTIA Wireless conference.

    Between Apple's big product unveiling, carrier pricing battles, and potential M&A in the works, the stakes are high for the wireless industry.

  • hotel fees

    The real headache for many travelers is a quickly-growing list of hotel surcharges, even for items they never use.

  • The Love Cloud plane

    Love Cloud Vegas is an airline where people pay to go airborne so they can join the Mile High Club.

  • Owning Las Vegas

    Sam Nazarian, founder, chairman & CEO of SBE, discusses his recipe for success and how to stay relevant in the nightlife world. Nazarian explains the benefits of not outsourcing anything in his hotel.

  • Hanging above the "Center Bar," a Pepsi-branded LED display with 2.1 million pixels.

    CNBC's Jane Wells speaks to Sam Nazarian, founder, chairman & CEO of SBE, about the creation of his new SLS Las Vegas hotel and the wave of development hitting the strip in Las Vegas.

  • Hanging above the "Center Bar," a Pepsi-branded LED display with 2.1 million pixels.

    As Sin City faces a shifting economic landscape, SLS Las Vegas is opening as the Strip's first major new casino hotel in five years.

  • Watch out Vegas, millennials are here!

    The SLS Las Vegas is opening its doors tonight. CNBC's Jane Wells reports the 1,600 room hotel casino is catering to millennials and young hipsters who prefer clubbing to gambling.

  • In-flight entertainment has new meaning

    Andy Johnson, Love Cloud Vegas founder, put a bed in a plane and is charging from $600 to $1,400 so people can join the mile high club. CNBC's Jane Wells has the details.

  • SLS stages Las Vegas comeback

    CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the new SLS Las Vegas, built on the site of the old Sahara and the first new resort to open in there in five years.

  • Atlantic City Boardwalk.

    Revel is the latest casualty for the struggling New Jersey gambling center. Tom Ballance, Borgata Hotel & Casino COO, reveals his plans to keep the doors open at Borgata. You have to give people a reason to drive here, says Ballance.

  • Vegas recovery; Pimco likes MGM, LVS & more

    Discussing the best stocks in the gaming sector, with Mark Kiesel, PIMCO Deputy CIO.

  • Gauging nation's housing market

    Cynthia Silver, Century 21 Martinez & Associates; Patricia Delinois, Century 21 Premier Elite Realty; and Jo Gipson, Atlanta Intown Real Estate, discuss if the slowdown in housing is a bad thing or if it could spur sales.

  • Las Vegas housing is in a transition, back to a market of more traditional, owner-occupant sales.

  • Snapshot of Las Vegas Real Estate

    Cynthia Silver, with Century 21 Martinez and Associates, shows CNBC what your money can buy you in Las Vegas.

  • Las Vegas real estate snapshot

    A look at three hot home listings in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Cynthia Silver, CENTURY 21 Martinez & Associates. This week's "Power House of the Week" includes a 70-foot long dramatic pool with a waterfall and spa.