Maryland Live Casino has filed a federal lawsuit against rival MGM Resorts International, alleging several MGM employees who previously worked at Maryland Live poached the casino’s trade secrets — namely, lists with names of at least 3,000 high-rolling customers — while working as members of its “relationship marketing team.” After the employees were caught, they […]
A lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court on Monday claims MGM National Harbor failed to award contracts for a significant portion of the construction of a $1.2 billion casino to minority businesses, despite receiving federal housing and community development funds earmarked for that purpose. The plaintiffs — which include the federal government, along with the Maryland Business Clergy Partnersh[...]
MGM Resorts International may use a revolving credit line to supplement cash spending for building casinos in Maryland and Massachusetts, according to Chief Financial Officer Dan D’Arrigo.
The excitement of Maryland's casinos, for some, lies in the number of jobs expected—both construction and service jobs.
An alliance of Prince George’s County ministers and businesses say a bill meant to ensure local hiring and business participation will actually make it more difficult to hold MGM Resorts International accountable as it builds a nearly $1 billion casino at National Harbor.
The Maryland Video Lottery Facility Commission Friday awarded the sixth and final casino license to the MGM Resorts International by a 5-2 vote.
A decision on a Supreme Court case regarding neutrality agreements won’t be known for months, but two Maryland employment lawyers said they believe management will do what it takes to keep the peace with organized labor — especially when it comes to a proposed casino in Prince George’s County.
LAS VEGAS — MGM Resorts’ third-quarter loss narrowed as gambling revenue improved and it paid less interest on debt. For the period ended Sept. 30, MGM Resorts International lost $31.9 million, or 7 cents per share. A year earlier the casino and lodging company — whose brands include Bellagio, MGM Grand and The Mirage — […]
Five unions Tuesday announced their endorsement of a proposal by MGM Resorts International to build a casino at National Harbor.
Penn National Gaming says it will share hundreds of millions of dollars in profits with organizations in Prince George’s County if it is awarded the license to build a casino in that county.
State regulators still expect to award a casino license to one of three applicants to operate a casino in Prince George's County, and the schedule for that process is starting to materialize.
Penn National Gaming Inc. said Monday it intends to install 3,000 slot machines at Rosecroft Raceway, despite providing an initial licensing fee to the state that only pays for 500 slots.