2010 January 09 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The chief executive of an overseas, online gambling operation was sentenced by a U.S. judge to 33 months imprisonment after pleading guilty to racketeering, the government announced Friday. David Car…
By Dana Beyerle Times Montgomery Bureau MONTGOMERY The attempted raid of a new bingo hall by Gov. Bob Rileys antigambling task force near Dothan last week sets the stage for a bingo battle royale in the 2010 legislative session that begins Tuesday.
The debate over expanded gambling dominated Kentucky politics for much of 2009 - and it isn’t going away anytime soon.
Las Vegas Sands is expected to be the top casino stock in 2010, according to users of TheStreet.
Passing a constitutional amendment requires three-fifths of the House and Senate.
CORVALLIS, Ore. - International Game Technology is closing its Corvallis office on the Hewlett-Packard campus. The move will mean the loss of 57 local jobs, mostly software engineers and information technology professionals. The Reno-based gambling equipment company says it notified employees the local office would shut down in June or July. A spokeswoman says it’s a cost-saving and …
Los Angeles Lakers coach Phil Jackson doesn’t support banning players from gambling on team flights, according to a report Saturday by the Associated Press . Jackson spoke before Fridays game versus the Trail Blazers in response to Nets preside…
WILLARD: Casino plan runs into opposition in Columbus
Gambling expansion, to include table games at state casinos, was approved last week.