- Bloomberg via Yahoo! Finance26 Jul 04:37
Las Vegas Sands Corp., the world’s largest casino company, rose in extended trading on signs a two-year slump in betting is easing in the Chinese enclave of Macau.
Las Vegas Sands Profit Falls 30%, Hurt by Macau ... - The Wall Street Journal
Earnings down 30.1 percent for Las Vegas Sands - Las Vegas Sun
- Time Magazine19 Jul 16:42
A corruption crackdown in China has seen casino revenues slashed in Macau, but locals say the breakneck growth of the industry since 2003 has changed the semi-autonomous Chinese territory irrevocably
- Reuters via Yahoo! News12 Jul 02:17
By Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Macau real estate developer and his assistant will face a federal trial in January on U.S. charges that they engaged in a bribery scheme with a former United Nations General Assembly president who died last month, a judge said on Monday. U.S. District Judge Vernon Broderick in Manhattan set a Jan. 23, 2017, trial date for Ng Lap Seng, a billionaire from the...
- CNBC12 Jul 02:16
Macau early July gaming revenues appear to be above expectations, boosting casino shares.
Macau stocks higher amid mixed read on July reve... - Seeking Alpha
- Bloomberg01 Jul 13:06
Macau’s gaming revenue fell less than analysts’ estimates in June as tourists and leisure gamblers helped boost the city’s casinos including those owned by units of Las Vegas Sands Corp. and Wynn Resorts Ltd.
- Channel NewsAsia12 Jul 02:27
A Macau real estate developer and his assistant will face a federal trial in January on U.S. charges that they engaged in a bribery scheme with a former United Nations General Assembly president who died last month, a judge said on Monday.
- 香港政府新聞網25 Jul 18:11
Secretary for Development Paul Chan will visit Macau tomorrow to see heritage projects with members of the Antiquities Advisory Board. He will also meet with officials of the Macau Cultural Affairs Bureau to exchange views on heritage conservation. Permanent Secretary for Development (Works) Hon Chi-keung and Deputy Secretary for Development (Works) Albert Lam will accompany him.
- CNBC via Yahoo! Finance12 Jul 02:12
Several analysts say early July gross gaming revenues appear to show Macau doing better than expected and investors are sending casino stocks higher.