Viviana Muscettola of Zaha Hadid Architects says the design for the new Morpheus hotel represents high-end technical construction techniques.
The Garden State has become the second state to legalize wagers on sports games. Gamblers take heed: Uncle Sam gets a cut of any winnings.
Justify, the undefeated Triple Crown threat, won't be the only beneficiary of this Saturday's Belmont Stakes. Viewership and sports betting are also expected to increase.
The First State is now offering sports wagers at its three casinos, and other states are expected to follow suit. Here's how the IRS will treat your winnings.
The larger the lottery reward a lucky gambler collects, the more likely his or her neighbors are to file for bankruptcy, the Philadelphia Federal Reserve finds.
Tim Donaghy, the former NBA ref at the heart of the basketball league's notorious betting scandal, says legal sports gambling comes with great dangers.
Now that states can legalize sports betting, there's been lots of activity in the industry, DraftKings' CEO says.
CNBC's Eric Chemi takes a look at what professional sports leagues want from the legalization of sports betting in states across the country.
A single ticket snagged the $315.3 million grand prize in the game's Saturday night drawing.
David Tepper is widely considered one of the brightest minds on Wall Street, leaving many wondering how the hedge fund guru may be using the Panthers as a long-term investment play.
Sports gambling will be a big business, but probably not as big as the $150 billion number being tossed around, this Ohio State professor says in the Conversation.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, despite opposing this week's Supreme Court decision, concedes it could actually help hockey.
Legal sports betting "could hit every single state in the country," Caesars CEO Mark Frissora says.
Basketball may be the most profitable sport in FanDuel's fantasy sports game now, but CEO Matt King bets tennis could benefit most from legalized sports betting.
Warren Buffett's children learned pretty quickly that gambling was a good way to say goodbye to their money.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports on how venues like Monmouth Park in New Jersey are getting ready for the legalization of sports betting following the Supreme Court's ruling.
Wall Street found only a couple of betting companies are going to see a notable boost from sports gambling.
Joe Asher, William Hill U.S. CEO, discusses the latest Supreme Court ruling that opens up sports betting across the country.
CNBC’s Contessa Brewer reports on her interview with Wynn Resorts board member Betsy Atkins and how the company is dealing with the fallout from disgraced former CEO Steve Wynn.
Chad Millman, The Action Network, breaks down the Supreme Court’s ruling that opens up sports betting across the country.