More on the state of the gambling industry

Jan 31, 2012
The president and CEO of Caesars Entertainment speaks about where gambling is doing the best now, and where he hopes to expand in the near future.
Posted In: gambling, Caesars, Las Vegas

States needing cash look to online gambling

Dec 30, 2011
States could expand lotteries and start new games like online poker thanks to a new ruling that allows Internet gambling.
Posted In: gambling, online

Shuffle-up and deal

Dec 27, 2011
Posted In: gambling

Vegas without the gambling

Dec 19, 2011
Caesar's Palace's new Octavius tower will be a boutique casino less focused on the gambling experience. The non-gambling approach is a new trend for Sin City.
Posted In: gambling, Las Vegas, hotels

Place your bets - online poker in Nevada

Nov 22, 2011
Royal flush or royal pain in the neck?
Posted In: poker, Nevada, gambling

Casino cheating rises

Oct 4, 2011
We know people are gambling more in this down economy - but cheating more too? The *Las Vegas Sun *quotes security officials at gaming firms sayi...
Posted In: gambling, Marketplace Daily Pulse, News Brief, The Breakdown: Economy

Full Tilt Poker has tilted

Sep 30, 2011
And by that mean it's lost its gambling license. I know "tilted" is a pinball reference and not a poker one. Shut up. This news is not entirely...
Posted In: gambling, poker, Tech Report

Ponzi or poker?

Sep 21, 2011
Yesterday, the U.S. Justice Department amended an earlier filing against Full Tilt Poker to include Ponzi scheme charges. The suit alleges that...
Posted In: doj, gambling, poker

District of Columbia and states want to legalize state by state, online gambling

Aug 15, 2011
Most are doing it for the revenue in hard economic times. Iowa, which has a surplus, says it is considering legalizing it to protect its citizens...
Posted In: gambling, online

Online poker players get their money back

Apr 22, 2011
The Department of Justice announced this week that the agency has made an agreement with PokerStars and Full Tilt that would let its users get back...
Posted In: doj, gambling, poker