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High rollers are staying away from the gambling capital of the world and it’s the latest sign that China is slowing down

Credit Suisse recommends reducing allocation to Macau gaming stocks, as stock prices have risen.
A view of Las Vegas Strip from the Empathy Suite balcony, including Hirst-designed dotted pillars and a private Jacuzzi.

Take a look inside the most expensive hotel room in the world, a 2-story sky villa designed by Damien Hirst that runs $100,000 per night

The most expensive hotel room in the world is a 2-story suite designed by Damien Hirst that costs $100,000 per night. Here's a look inside.
A visitor tries a slot machine during the Global Gaming Expo Asia in Macau May 20, 2014. Global Gaming Expo Asia (G2E Asia) is the premier Asian trade event and the largest regional sourcing platform for global gaming and entertainment products, according to its official press release.

A woman who won thousands on a slot machine can’t claim her winnings because the casino wrote her Social Security number down wrong

Cynthia Obie was at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland, last Friday when she won the jackpot on a slot machine.

It’s all going dark again in the gambling capital of the world

As China's economy slips, Macau, the world's gambling center, is feeling the pain.

Caesers is getting mauled after warning of a slowdown in Las Vegas

Revenue per available room at Vegas properties are expected to be flat to up 2%, said Eric Hession, the chief financial officer, during the second-quarter earnings call.

Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert was a crucial figure in bringing casino gambling to Ohio — and it offers insight into his transformation o...

Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert fought for the legalization of casino gambling in Ohio in 2009, and last year it brought the state almost $600 million in taxes. Gilbert has had his businesses transform communities in both Cleveland and Detroit.

Las Vegas casinos prepare to hemorrhage $10 million a day as their workers, fearing their jobs will be replaced by robots, get ready to go on strike

Hospitality and entertainment workers in Los Angeles are preparing to go on strike in wake of 50,000 union contracts that expire on Friday, June 1. The chief concern among these Las Vegas workers is that their jobs will be replaced by robots.

Family feud casts cloud over Genting Group empire

The family feud has...
Las Vegas casinos like the Bellagio offer huge perks to attract high rollers.

Inside the dark, fantasy world of millionaire ‘whales’ at casinos, who receive ridiculous perks and are under harsh scrutiny since the Las...

The life of a Las Vegas high roller is the stuff of fantasy. But recently, casinos' perks have been cast in a darker light.