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Topic - Caesars Entertainment Corp.
Caesars Entertainment Corporation (formerly Harrah's Entertainment from 1995 to 2010) is a private gaming corporation that owns and operates over 50 casinos, hotels, and seven golf courses under several brands. The company, based in Paradise, Nevada, is the largest gaming company in the world, with yearly revenues $8.9 billion (2010). Caesars is owned by Hamlet Holdings, a joint venture of Apollo Management and Texas Pacific Group, with Blackstone Group holding a minority stake. - Source: Wikipedia
In yet another blow to Paula Deen, Caesars announced Wednesday that it will end its professional relationship with the embattled TV chef.
Casino giant Caesars Entertainment Corp. and the owner-operator of a Los Angeles shopping district are touting the tenants signed on for an open-air master-planned entertainment, restaurant and retail complex being built at the base of a big new Las Vegas Strip observation wheel.
The world's biggest Ferris wheel will be built on Staten Island, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and other officials announced Thursday. The $230 million attraction is to be called the New York Wheel. Here's a look at some facts about Ferris wheels and a list of the world's 10 tallest fixed Ferris wheels:
Stocks were mixed Wednesday afternoon as questions mounted over whether Greece will hammer out the cost-cutting deal it needs to keep from defaulting on its debt.
Rushing to take advantage of a U.S. Justice Department ruling that in-state Internet gambling does not violate federal law, a New Jersey lawmaker is pushing for his colleagues to pass a bill legalizing online gambling within the state's borders.
Elton John has returned to Las Vegas for a three-year headlining gig at Caesars Palace.
Elton John is returning to Las Vegas for a three-year headlining gig at Caesars Palace.