2009 August 16 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
How would you like to run your household finances through your local bookmakers shop? Every day you would go in, pick out your horse, dog or other sporting event and then stake, say, the mortgage money on it. Related Stories Laurence White: How the Tall Ships helped us all forget the past, for a few days at least Laurence White: Dunseith: a force to be reckoned with on the airwaves Laurence …
While its Silicon Valley neighbors have closed, Tessera Technologies is gambling on micro-devices like cameras and cooling equipment.
Gaming revenue has been down for the past five months in Detroit, but people in the industry believe numbers would be worse if not for a little help from Canada.
Critics of legalized video poker hope they’re on the verge of turning a handful of victories into an avalanche of opposition that will keep gambling from expanding to every corner of Illinois.
Cincinnati’s former mayor will be leading the fight to bring casino gambling to Ohio. He’s been a lobbyist since leaving the mayor’s office in 2005, but his latest role puts him at odds with some of his past roles.
ST. LOUIS - The founder of the online gambling site BetOnSports.com pleaded guilty on Friday to federal racketeering conspiracy and other charges, concluding years of investigating and prosecuting a case in the complex world of offshore sports gambling.
State police group backing casino plans COLUMBUS — A statewide law enforcement group is backing a plan to place casinos in Ohio’s four largest cities. The Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio, the state’s largest police union group, announced its endorsement
Howard Lederer, aka “the Professor,” is a professional poker player, not a gambler.
A 1995 Gambling Act - rather recent, especially when taking into consideration such an outdated Wire Act (1961) that is somehow still relevant in the USA… - was recently updated by Estonia and will make online casinos legal in the country as of January 1st, 2010.