Paradise Entertainment Ltd., the supplier of gambling equipment in Macau, forecast a rise of at least 35 percent in sales next year and said it aims to expand overseas to sell its electronic table games outside the city.
The U.S. Supreme Court weighed a challenge to a decades-old labor organizing practice, hearing contentions that companies can’t legally promise to stay neutral or to provide organizers with a list of employees.
Voters agreed to let as many as seven Las Vegas-style casinos open in New York, approved an increase to the minimum wage in New Jersey and set a tax on the legal sale of recreational marijuana in Colorado.
Governor Andrew Cuomo’s push to amend New York’s constitution to allow Las Vegas-style casinos may end a 59-year wait for Jackie Horner, whose story of her student “Baby” inspired the 1987 movie “Dirty Dancing.”
MGM China Holdings Ltd., a Macau casino operator, reported third-quarter profit that missed analyst estimates as rising competition drew some gamblers away from its sole casino in the world’s largest gambling market.
International Game Technology Chairman Philip Satre, locked in a fight over board seats, said the world’s largest slot-machine maker has to invest online because young people don’t gamble as much as their parents.