Does the northeastern U.S. really need more casino resorts, especially when established gaming destinations like Atlantic City are struggling? Or is demand for these types of gaming-entertainment complexes so much that it justifies this slew of new resorts? We'll see how it all plays out.
The new Hainan Airlines service will help boost Las Vegas' gambling operations and drive higher convention attendance from Asia.
Atlantic City will go down in hospitality history as a grand failure on multiple fronts. But in Trump fashion, his failure there was 'yuge.'
We all know what happened in 2008, so seeing numbers near the 2007 mark mean better things were happening in Vegas in 2015.
At some point a destination needs to face facts about its prospects. Atlantic City is still waiting for a savior it does't have to pay for.
Las Vegas is smart enough to know the the U.S. market may be tapped out. Now they just need to do a better job explaining to international visitors why a Vegas visit makes sense for them.
Atlantic City has a long way to go before it's on the upswing, but looking towards the meetings and conventions crowd can't hurt.
Macau is playing a very dangerous game and it is courting economic disaster.
Yes. Look at the wonderful success story that is Atlantic City.