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15 MINS AGO - Miami Herald

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Macau casino revenue falls for 2nd straight month

Casino revenue in the global gambling mecca of Macau fell for a second straight month in July as Chinese high rollers stayed away because of Beijing's corruption crackdown.

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8 HOURS AGO - Philadelphia Inquirer

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Borgata posts quarterly loss in online gambling

Borgata's online gambling operations recorded an operating loss of $1.8 million in the quarter ended June 30, but reached a "key milestone" by breaking even in July, said Keith Smith, chief executive of Borgata's managing owner, Boyd Gaming Inc.

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9 HOURS AGO - TheStreet

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Boyd Gaming Proves Not Everyone Wins From Las Vegas Gambling Recovery

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Atlantic City may be on the verge of going bust due to casino overcapacity and new regional competition, but gambling in Las Vegas is hot. That is, for some companies. Boyd Gaming , which operates nine hotels and casinos in Las Vegas, in addition to having a 50% membership interest in Atlantic City's Borgata, is an example of competitive pressures overshadowing ...

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9 HOURS AGO - TheStreet

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Gambling in Las Vegas Is HOT Again, But Not For Every Casino

Boyd Gaming's second quarter earnings fell shy of Wall Street���s expectations and also lowered its full year profit guidance.

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18 HOURS AGO - Washington Business Journal

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Stakes get higher at Missouri casinos

The stakes are getting higher for gambling in Missouri, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. On Aug. 28, a new Missouri law will take effect, allowing gamblers to use lines of credit at Missouri casinos. High rollers will have access to a minimum $10,000 credit line, and there’s no maximum dollar limit. The loan, however, must be paid back in 30 ...

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