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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Steve Wynn
In the decades since he left Atlantic City for the more prosperous sands of Las Vegas, casino mogul Steve Wynn has repeatedly considered a return here, only to decide against it.
Las Vegas casino operator Steve Wynn is seeking a reduction in the share of gambling revenues the state would take if his company is approved to build a casino in Everett.
The two companies competing for the coveted license to operate the only resort casino in greater Boston delivered high-powered presentations to the state gambling commission on Wednesday, with both promising to be the superior choice to create jobs, generate tax revenue and attract tourists from around the world.
The embattled Atlantic Club Casino Hotel closed early Monday, a victim of the casino saturation taking place in the Northeast.
At a minute past midnight, Debra Wagner was suddenly unemployed.
A billionaire hedge fund manager set a record in the art world by purchasing Picasso's Le Rêve for $155 million — $16 million more than he first agreed to pay right before its previous owner tore a hole in it with his elbow, The Daily Mail reports.
The company behind the "Girls Gone Wild" video empire has filed for bankruptcy in a move it says is an effort to restructure its legal affairs after several disputed court judgments.
In the 27 months since casinos opened in Maryland, bingo halls have been suffering, with slot machines taking a bite out of gamblers' wallets and leaving less for bingo nights.
A judge has slashed a damage verdict favoring casino mogul Steve Wynn in a slander case against "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis.
On his new solo album, Richie Sambora has a lot to say about his past. But after two vigorous months of promoting it, the Bon Jovi guitarist found himself on doctor-ordered vocal rest.
A judge has cut by more than half the $40 million jury verdict that casino mogul Steve Wynn was recently awarded against "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis.
It boils down to this: If you want to grow the economy and get a job, vote for Mitt Romney. If you want more anti-business policies and counterproductive government welfare, vote for President Obama.
It'll be springtime for Mel Brooks when the American Film Institute presents him with its highest honor, the Life Achievement Award.
Garth Brooks is ending his run in Las Vegas.
A jury doubled its verdict against "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis on Tuesday, ordering him to pay an additional $20 million in punitive damages to Steve Wynn for claiming the casino mogul threatened to kill him.
He cited an interview Wynn gave to Las Vegas journalist Jon Ralston over the weekend in which Wynn said Internet gambling "is not a good entrepreneurial opportunity."
Not any time soon, says Wynn spokesman Michael Weaver.