I would be lying if I said it’s going to be easy to accept this transition and to refocus my efforts elsewhere. However, I am eternally grateful for having been given this excellent opportunity and have enjoyed every aspect of being involved in the Calvin Ayre organization.
Century Casinos finishes under expectations in third quarter
Colorado-based Century Casinos has been on a mission lately to broaden its footprint and has been purchasing gambling properties across the U.S.
Poker Hall of Famer to lead Drew Las Vegas
A man whose face is as much a Las Vegas fixture as the glitter and showgirls has been tapped to lead The Drew Las Vegas when it opens.
South Shore successfully dumps 50% of The 13 holdings
South Shore Holdings has been able to dump a large portion of its holdings in The 13 as it attempts to cut its losses that has only caused it grief so far.
Gaming and Leisure Properties reveals quarterly financial performance
Billed as the first real estate investment trust to focus on the gaming industry, Gaming and Leisure Properties Inc. (GLPI) just released its third-quarter financials.
California moves a little closer to legal sports wagers
As California continues its push to become as self-sufficient as possible, sports betting might be ready to enter its boundaries.
New York could bail out commercial casinos
New York’s four commercial casinos have not been as productive as they would have liked, arguing that they cannot compete against the tribal venues.
Wynn Resorts sues fraudster over loan deal
Wynn Resorts is going after a Canadian businessman after he has failed to make good on a loan and has plenty of evidence of fraud in his past.
Las Vegas Sands expected to keep Asian domination for at least 5 years
Las Vegas Sands' revenue declined by 3.6% despite record revenue in the last month of the quarter in Las Vegas, and net income dropped 6.6%.