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Anthony tries to tie up revenue for Vegas soccer stadium

The political chess match surrounding Las Vegas’ apparently dead soccer stadium continues at City Hall, where Mayor Pro Tem Stavros Anthony on Wednesday pressed for a vote that would tie up millions of dollars in public funds once earmarked for the venue.
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More conventions headed to Las Vegas in 2015

Magic, a fantasy-based card-collectors competition, is one of 12 new and returning conventions and trade shows coming to Southern Nevada in 2015, each with expected attendance of 10,000 people or more.

Wynn Resorts to rake in $511 million dividend from Macau subsidiary

Macau’s gaming industry is on the skids, but Wynn Macau Ltd. plans a $706 million payday, with the home office collecting most.

Las Vegas Motor Speedway parents sees profits of $31.1 million in ‘14

The North Carolina company that owns Las Vegas Motor Speedway, which is hosting this week’s NASCAR race events, reported in its federal filing Wednesday that its net income for 2014 was $31.1 million — a sharp turnaround from a nearly $6.5 million loss for 2013.

Sandoval focuses on business license fee as best new revenue option

Nevada’s governor says more money is needed for education and other proposed revenue sources are too limited or too complex to tackle this year.

Judge tells Revel’s advisers to seek higher bid

Advisers to the shuttered Revel in Atlantic City have failed to get approval for an agreement to sell the hotel for $82 million and were told by a U.S. Bankruptcy Judge to look for a better price.

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