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Singapore casino hiring card dealers in Taiwan

Integrated resort Singapore operator recruiting card dealers from Taiwan.

Harrah's rumors in Macau called nonsense

Melco Crown CEO Lawrence Ho said that rumors of Harrah's Entertainment's investment in his company are "total nonsense."

Harrah's may be breaking into Macau

A gaming analyst said that the gaming giant is "acutely interested" in buying a 32.5 percent stake in Melco Crown Entertainment, which owns City of Dreams and the Altira Macau.

"Gambling King" in critical condition

Stanley Ho, who suffered a physical fall in July, is reported to be in "grave condition".

Some casino staff told to leave

No cards have been dealt yet, nor will there be for months, but 30 casino employees have already been fired in Singapore.

Genting raises the stakes with Iskandar project

Genting Group also looking at building a resort in Iskandar Malaysia.

Singapore enters gaming market

Resorts World Sentosa unveils 1,340 rooms today, in advance of Las Vegas Sands Marina Bay Sands which opens in May.

Bally Technologies wins pacts in disparate locales

The Las Vegas-based slot machine manufacturer has found new revenue sources in both Kansas and Macau.

Gamblers return; Macau back in the billions

Macau has returned to double-digit growth.

Las Vegas Sands expands Macau ferry service

Las Vegas will increase the operations of its CotaiJet high-speed ferry service between Hong Kong and Macau.

Singapore's first casino resort to open January 20

Phase one of Resorts World Sentosa to open January 20, 2010.

Analysts upgrade Wynn, Las Vegas Sands

Wall Street analysts upgraded the prospects of Wynn Resorts and Las Vegas Sands based on the companies’ holdings in Macau.

Israel: Top crime figures charged for online gaming ring

Five suspects have now been indicted on illegal gambling charges in recent high profile case.

Korean loses $2 million gambling case in Manila

A Korean national's attempt to redeem $2.1 million in gambling chips has been thrown out by The Philippine Supreme Court.

April opening for Sands

Singapore's Marina Bay Sands speculated to open in April.

Police bust Israeli Internet gambling ring

Five men were arrested Tuesday when Israeli police busted an online gambling network, that used a server in Eastern Europe.

Construction begins on Macau-Hong Kong bridge

The bridge is expected to cost about $5 billion in U.S. currency and be finished in either 2015 or 2016.

Las Vegas Sands raises $5 billion for Macau

The casino company said it raised $5 bullion and will use a portion of the proceeds to restart and complete construction in Macau.

Chinese government cleans up illegal soccer gambling

The Chinese government has launched a nationwide campaign against illegal soccer gambling.

Europe hit by 'biggest-ever' match-fixing scandal

200 games may have been compromised in Europe’s biggest ever match-fixing scandal.

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