Years ago, Las Vegasí primary source of income was its casinos. As competition from other destination gaming markets grew, Las Vegas was pressed to reinvent itself to maintain its stature as the Entertainment Capital of the World. The city sought new ways to attract tourism and increase its revenue.
While the efforts were meant to be a Band-Aid to stave off the effects of the recession, many companies now say their energy strategies are paying off, according to a new study by Deloitte Energy Solutions.
by Philip Marcelo, Associated Press - July 13, 2015
BOSTON ó Recently discovered interviews with at least five people suggest Wynn Resorts knew a mob associate with felony convictions would profit from his stake in the waterfront land where the Las Vegas casino company plans to build a resort, the city says in recent court filings.
by Kimberly Piercall, Associated Press - July 13, 2015
The man-made volcano that has been spewing fire and water since the Strip hotel's 1989 opening, a first-of-its-kind attraction, will now offer two to three nightly shows as the Strip's topography continues to evolve.