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  • Ratings firm leaves grades unchanged for Wynn, Sands and MGM

    Fitch Ratings analysts say they aren't changing ratings for Wynn Resorts Ltd., Las Vegas Sands Corp. and MGM Resorts International despite a worse than expected situation in the lucrative Asian-gambling enclave of Macau that has dragged down finances.
  • House Backs Move To Start Process For New Casino

    House Backs Move To Start Process For New Casino
    HARTFORD — The House of Representatives voted early Friday to approve a bill that would start the process of authorizing a third casino in Connecticut, despite concerns about complicated legal issues that could derail any actual construction....

    Channeling Batman, Versailles: Macau's new wave of resorts

    Macau is doubling down even as the odds change. The world's casino capital this week welcomes the first of a new wave of lavish casino resorts for its up-and-coming Cotai Peninsula. It's a $20 billion bet by casino operators amid an extended losing...

    Senate Could Vote This Week on Casinos

    The state Senate could vote this week on a much-shortened bill that would allow the state's two Indian tribes to build an additional casino in order to battle out-of-state competition. The details of the casino proposal are contained in a working draft,...

    State Senate Starts Debating New Casino Wednesday

    State Senate Starts Debating New Casino Wednesday
    In an attempt to help an industry facing major competition from border states, the state Senate intends to be debating Wednesday night on a compromise bill to authorize a third Indian casino in Connecticut. The Senate will be debating a two-step process...