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  • 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...

  • ALBANY, N.Y.— The Trump Hotel Collection company has agreed to pay $50,000 and shore up data security after breaches exposed more than 70,000 credit card numbers and other personal data, the state's attorney general said on Friday in announcing a settlement. In May 2015, multiple banks analyzed hundreds of fraudulent credit card transactions and determined...

  • DALLAS— Prosecutors say a North Texas man who helped smuggle what he thought was cocaine onto flights from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport must serve nearly 16 years in prison. Moniteveti "Vince" Katoa was sentenced Thursday in Dallas. The packages were flown to Las Vegas, Phoenix, Chicago and San Francisco, plus Newark, New Jersey, and Wichita, Kansas.

  • CHICAGO, Sept 23- When Mylan NV recruited food allergy bloggers to learn about its campaign to get allergic shock antidotes into schools, many were eager to join the maker of the EpiPens they carry in purses and stash in book bags to protect their children against potentially lethal attacks. During the same period, the company was marking up its EpiPen to more than...

  • LAS VEGAS— Hotel guests on three floors of a downtown Las Vegas high-rise casino were evacuated in the middle of the night after a fire that authorities have linked to smoking. Las Vegas firefighters say they were called to the Golden Nugget hotel a little before 1 a.m. on Thursday. Damage is estimated at $10,000 and includes the bed and minor smoke issues...

  • Customers will be able to book beGlammed services ranging from $25.00- $185.00, including bridal makeup, on macys.com, on-demand beauty service provider beGlammed said in a statement on Thursday. The service will be launched in 22 U.S. cities that beGlammed operates in, including Los Angeles, New York City, Miami, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Chicago and Dallas, the...

  • CHICAGO, Sept 21- Caesars Entertainment Corp said on Wednesday it proposed along with its private equity backers a settlement offer with an added $1.6 billion for creditors of its casino operating unit, raising hopes of an end to the subsidiary's costly bankruptcy. Apollo Global Management and TPG Capital Management, the private equity firms that control the...

  • RENO, Nev.— A pioneer cemetery on the edge of downtown Reno where the remains of Civil War soldiers, city founders and a tribal chief have rested for more than a century has been anything but restful in recent weeks. Reno residents and heirs of the dead are outraged, calling the cemetery a Nevada historical treasure that should not be disturbed.

  • Hours after the states announced their lawsuit, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other business groups filed a separate challenge to the rule in the same federal court in Sherman, Texas. "Once again, President Obama is trying to unilaterally rewrite the law," Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said in a statement. Paxton and Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt...

  • Hours after the states announced their lawsuit, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other business groups filed a separate challenge to the rule in the same federal court in Sherman, Texas. "Once again, President Obama is trying to unilaterally rewrite the law," Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said in a statement. Paxton and Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt...

  • WASHINGTON, Sept 20- The United States could alleviate growing stockpiles of nuclear waste at U.S. power plants by allowing private companies to dispose of it and foster support for new nuclear projects, U.S. The U.S. government spent billions of dollars on the Yucca Mountain project in Nevada that was supposed to store nuclear waste permanently underground,...

  • WASHINGTON— Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton say they raised record amounts of money in August for their presidential bids— a total of $233 million just in one month. And wealthy donors are pouring millions of dollars more into outside groups involved in the race for the White House and Senate contests. The payment from Make America Number 1 to Conway's The...

  • LAS VEGAS— Officials from 21 states sued the U.S. Department of Labor Tuesday over a new rule that would make about 4 million higher-earning workers eligible for overtime pay, slamming the measure as inappropriate federal overreach by the Obama Administration. Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt, a Republican, filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in...

  • But the Senate's top Democrat says a battle continues to rage over a demand by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky to make sure corporations do not have to disclose their spending on political activities to investors. Minority Leader Harry Reid, D- Nev., also said his party is fighting a move by Sen. Reid complained that GOP negotiators were...

  • "Once again, President Obama is trying to unilaterally rewrite the law," Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said in a statement. Plaintiffs in Tuesday's lawsuit include the states of Texas, Nevada, Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia and Ohio, among others. Last week, in response to reports that a lawsuit challenging the rule was imminent, Labor Department official David...

  • LAS VEGAS— Finally, the computer hackers of the world have a TV show they can call their own. Robot, "a mind-bending drama in which a morphine-using computer-security drone gets enmeshed in a revolutionary plot against corporate domination, is notable for many things— unreliable narration, an ominous Christian Slater, hallucinatory plot twists, a foreboding and...

  • The lawsuit filed in federal court in Sherman, Texas says under the rule, which is set to take effect Dec. 1, many state employees would become eligible for overtime pay even though they perform management duties that should make them exempt. The lawsuit was spearheaded by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and his counterpart in Nevada, Adam Laxalt.

  • RENO, Nev.— Eldorado Resorts has agreed to buy Missouri- based Isle of Capri Casinos for $1.7 billion in combined stocks and cash, a move that will add 13 casino-resorts to the Reno- based company's portfolio. The company based in the St. Louis area operates 14 casino properties in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Pennsylvania.