Tag Archives: gambling

Lottery board approves city casino bidders

The Maryland State Lottery Commission unanimously decided Thursday that a Caesars Entertainment Corp.-led group is qualified for a Baltimore slot machine license, despite one investor’s questionable loan to an indicted former Detroit mayor who faces federal corruption charges. Dan Gilbert, ...

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Franchot: State needs to ‘grow up’ on gambling issue

Count State Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot as a state official pleased by the work group considering expanded gambling’s failure to reach consensus prior to its final meeting Wednesday. Franchot opened the Board of Public Works meeting Wednesday by saying that ...

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Eye Opener: Big day for gambling

It’s a big day for the state’s gambling program, as the Board of Public Works is expected to give final approval for a slots parlor at Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort in Allegany County and the work group considering ...

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Week in review: 6/15/12

Study: State should bet on 6 for casinos Maryland’s gambling market can absorb a sixth casino — and already-approved facilities will make more money — if the state also legalizes table games, according to a joint study by state fiscal ...

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In-House Interrogatory

This week it is all about CEOs and general counsels. Asked: Our weekly question to the In-House community Clarissa Cerda, general counsel at LifeLock, Inc., took on her job around three years ago. The corporate counsel takes on a “partner ...

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Uncertainty surrounds rushed gambling report

Ten- and 12-hour days were the norm for state fiscal analysts working over the last month to put together a rushed report with PricewaterhouseCoopers on whether to expand gambling in Maryland. The hours were long for analysts at PricewaterhouseCoopers, too, ...

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