Wynn Resorts (WYNN) matched estimates on earnings, but missed on revenue as Macau operations plunged 38 percent. Chairman Steve Wynn called the short-term environment there "bewildering." (AP)
Daily fantasy sports should be considered gambling, Nevada regulators ruled, ordering websites like DraftKings and FanDuel to stop operating immediately in the state until they get gaming licenses. (NY Times)
Diagnostics startup Theranos has cut back use of its key finger-prick technology to just one lab test after pressure from regulators, according to a Wall Street Journal report on Friday.
Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes told CNBC she was shocked by a Thursday WSJ story alleging the proprietary testing of her company, valued at as much as $9 billion, may be inaccurate. (CNBC)
Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton is raising and spending more than any other White House rival. No other candidate, Democrat or Republican, has stockpiled as much money. (USA Today)
Vice President Joe Biden is nearing a final decision on a possible White House run, according to a message to his political network from one of his closest advisors. (LA Times)
GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee called Washington and Wall Street a strip club. "You got people tossing dollars, and people doing the dance," he told CNBC.
America has lost its crown as the country with the most billionaires, according to a new wealth report. After a surge over the past year, China has 596 billionaires compared to 537 in the U.S. (CNBC)
Excessive drinking cost the American economy $249 billion in 2010, or $2.05 per drink, according to a new CDC study, in reduced workplace productivity, crime, accidents, and health problems. (CNBC)