Travelers United, a nonprofit organization (NGO) that represents travelers’ interests, has confirmed that it has filed a lawsuit against MGM Resorts International, accusing the casino giant of deceiving customers by hiding real resort fees.
The way casino parking garages provide criminals ‘isolation’ and ‘anonymity’ encourages predators to attack visitors, a security expert has warned. Brad Bonnell, principal of the Hotel Security Group, said in an interview that it isn’t surprising that various kinds of crimes take place in casino parking garages. He stressed that ‘isolation’ and ‘anonymity’ given by these places are among the biggest reason for encouraging predators to attack visitors, particularly well-funded tourists, in these places.
The Supreme Court of Kentucky is once again hearing the decade-old historical horse racing (HHR) lawsuit, which is expected to determine the fate of the gaming machines in the Bluegrass State.
Paradise, Nevada-based gaming giant Boyd Gaming Corporation has notified workers of possible layoffs, declaring that that job cuts could reach 60 percent at some of its properties.
Encore Boston Harbor Resort & Casino has announced plans to reduce its full-time workforce by 10 per cent and cut ties with part-timers as the deadly corona virus pandemic dealt a big blow to the Wynn Resorts-owned property’s revenues and profits.