Pinto Ranch has made a name for itself by doing things different than other Western wear retailers. That won’t change during the 2012 Wranglers National Finals Rodeo. As a high-end retailer, Pinto Ranch will continue to sell items at its Fashion Show mall store and will participate in special events at the LVH and Hard Rock Hotel. But don’t bother looking for the company’s goods at Cowboy Christmas or Stetson Country Christmas.
Mike Mixer predicts that upwards of $1.5 billion will be invested in the Las Vegas gaming market over the next two years. Mixer is the head of a new national gaming group established last summer by commercial real estate brokerage Colliers International.
The online unit of Caesars Entertainment Corp. of Las Vegas today was recommended for licensure as an online intrastate poker operator in Nevada. At a meeting in Carson City, the State Gaming Control Board voted to recommend a license for Caesars to the Nevada Gaming Commission.
Litigation over the flawed Harmon Hotel tower at CityCenter will continue well into 2014 under a court order issued Monday. A judge set a June 24, 2013, trial on CityCenter payment issues and a separate trial beginning Jan. 6, 2014, on the Harmon defect claims.
MGM Resorts International of Las Vegas today announced the promotion of Bill Hornbuckle to the newly-created position of president and chief marketing officer. Hornbuckle will have expanded responsibilities, including gaming development. He had been serving as chief marketing officer since 2010.
Las Vegas-based casino supplier Galaxy Gaming Inc. on Tuesday stepped up its defense against a Bank of America lawsuit, publishing an open letter on its website to the bank’s CEO complaining about the legal action.
Bill McBeath, president and chief operating officer of the $8.5 billion CityCenter casino-resort complex on the Las Vegas Strip, has resigned. CityCenter CEO Bobby Baldwin will assume his duties, MGM Resorts International told employees.
The state Gaming Control Board has filed a complaint against the old Leroy's race and sports book chain over problems including the alleged unauthorized acceptance of bets on the 2012 Kentucky Derby from certain locations.
Las Vegas-based casino supplier Gaming Partners International Corp. today announced plans to return $1.48 million to shareholders through a one-time special dividend of 18 1/4 cents per share payable Dec. 18.
A column today on the Corporate Counsel/law.com website suggests The Associated Press is beefing up efforts for news creators to be paid for their work -- but in doing so won't be working with Las Vegas copyright enforcement company Righthaven LLC.
For Las Vegas copyright enforcer Righthaven LLC, today's news so far is pretty much the same story as Tuesday: A new lawsuit has been filed, while two more lawsuits were dismissed after Righthaven failed to show the defendants were served.