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Articles tagged “las vegas sands”

Tourism

Singapore Club Gets Indoor Ferris Wheel as Nightlife Operator Gets Tourism Lift

This sounds like a crazy rich nightclub. The Singapore tourism boom revolves around more than just the benefits of a popular movie, but that didn't hurt, either.

Singapore Club Gets Indoor Ferris Wheel as Nightlife Operator Gets Tourism Lift

Tourism

Sands’ Reliance on Macau Fortunes Grows

Macau is producing for Las Vegas Sands, despite doubts early this year about the strength of Chinese spending. The company can thank lady luck for Macau, especially when its home base and Singapore are reporting lower earnings.

Sands’ Reliance on Macau Fortunes Grows

Tourism

Singapore Steamrolls Casino Resorts to Invest $6.7 Billion More in Tourist Attractions

The iconic Marina Bay Sands will get a fourth tower. There will also be a new concert arena. Over at Resorts World, there’ll be two new hotels, a bigger Universal Studios, and an oceanarium. Singapore’s way of getting casino resorts to improve the city’s tourism appeal is smart and fair — never mind that it’s a bit of coercion. The resorts wouldn’t invest more if they weren't benefiting.

Singapore Steamrolls Casino Resorts to Invest $6.7 Billion More in Tourist Attractions

Tourism

Japan Legalizes Casino Gambling in a Boon to Resort Developers

After years of debate, Japan legalized casino gambling and created a path for three casino resorts to be built. Operators are lining up for their chance to get in on the building boom.

Japan Legalizes Casino Gambling in a Boon to Resort Developers

Hotels

Las Vegas Sands Sees Sales Rocket on Strength of New Macau Resorts

Sometimes gambling is a good bet. While best known in the U.S. for its Venetian hotel in Las Vegas, Sands generates most of its revenue from casinos in Macau and Singapore — which were more profitable in the first quarter of 2018 than had been forecasted.

Las Vegas Sands Sees Sales Rocket on Strength of New Macau Resorts

Hotels

Is Wynn Resorts in Play?

Perhaps more important than who might eventually wind up buying Wynn is what a buyer would have to do with the brand's tarnished image.

Is Wynn Resorts in Play?

Tourism

Sands Casinos Using Celebs and Sports to Promote Japan Expansion

Japan's venues for large public events are outdated, and hospitality companies are looking to invest as Japan is set to hand out new gaming licenses.

Sands Casinos Using Celebs and Sports to Promote Japan Expansion

Hotels

Las Vegas Sands Falls Short in the Fourth Quarter

With a majority of its business in Macau, which has been challenging, it's not surprising Sands fell short of Wall Street estimates for the fourth quarter.

Las Vegas Sands Falls Short in the Fourth Quarter

Hotels

Decline in Macau Betting Hurts Las Vegas Sands’ Profits

Social and economic trends resulting in a decrease in gambling in Macau will have an impact across the casino industry.

Decline in Macau Betting Hurts Las Vegas Sands’ Profits

Hotels

Las Vegas Sands Reports Lower Than Expected Profits

Global gaming companies now live and die by Macau, which is showing signs of slowing for the first time in its fantastic growth.

Las Vegas Sands Reports Lower Than Expected Profits