Todd Prince, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Todd Prince

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Past articles by Todd:

Henderson men accused of bilking sports bettors out of $29.5M

The Securities and Exchange Commission has filed a criminal complaint accusing two Henderson felons of defrauding hundreds in a multimillion-dollar sports betting scheme. → Read More

After 30 years, Rio in Las Vegas is losing its status and shine

Once vying for high-rollers with top Las Vegas Strip properties, the off-Strip Rio now competes with 50-year-old Circus Circus for cost-conscious visitors. → Read More

Treasure Island owner eyeing Caesars’ Las Vegas Strip properties

Eldorado Resorts, Boyd Gaming and other large casino operators are mum about their possible interest in buying Caesars Entertainment Corp. properties. But not Treasure Island owner Phil Ruffin. → Read More

Caesars says comp cuts will help offset wage increases

Caesars Entertainment Corp. said Wednesday it expects to offset $80 million in increased labor costs this year with recently announced corporate level layoffs and fewer giveaways. → Read More

MGM Resorts International lays off 254 managers

MGM Resorts International informed 254 people that they have lost their jobs as the company seeks to slash labor costs by $100 million. → Read More

Using a Las Vegas Strip hotel minibar can cost up to $75 — VIDEO

Storing leftover pizza inside a hotel minibar fridge can cost you as much as $75 on the Las Vegas Strip. → Read More

CWNevada cannabis company files for Chapter 11

CWNevada filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Tuesday night, becoming the state’s first large-scale cannabis company to seek protection from creditors. → Read More

Tony Rodio named new CEO of Caesars Entertainment

Caesars Entertainment Corp. has named veteran gaming executive Tony Rodio as its new CEO, ending a nearly six-month search. → Read More

NAB Show 2019: Automakers, broadcasters aim to make radio visual

The NAB Show, which runs through Thursday, this year features a new pavilion dedicated to the in-car experience as rapid technological advancements like fifth-generation wireless technology and autonomous driving causes the two industries to converge. → Read More

NAB Show 2019: Esports tournament gets underway — VIDEO

Esports is making its debut at the show with an Esports Experience area as the industry’s burgeoning growth heralds a new revenue stream for broadcast and media. → Read More

Scientific Games intends to sell shares in SciPlay, listing with NASDAQ

Scientific Games said Friday it filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission to sell shares in SciPlay and list them on the NASDAQ exchange under the ticker SCPL . → Read More

Esports debuts at broadcasting convention in Las Vegas

Esports will make its debut at the National Association of Broadcasters Show this year as its burgeoning growth heralds a new revenue stream for the broadcast and media industries. → Read More

Some Las Vegas resorts cutting fees as visitation declines

After seeing visitation to Las Vegas fall to a four-year low in 2018, some properties are scaling back their fees or offering “no-resort-fee” promotions during slow booking periods. → Read More

Dealers at 4 Las Vegas casinos vote to join United Auto Workers union

Dealers at four Las Vegas casinos have voted to join the United Auto Workers union after taking the “unprecedented” step of ending their affiliation with a smaller labor organization. → Read More

Macau extends gaming license of MGM Resorts’ China unit, company says

MGM Resorts International said Macau has agreed to extend the gaming license of its China unit by two years. → Read More

Golden Entertainment plans to attract more business guests

Golden Entertainment said it plans to complete the design of the Stratosphere’s new meeting space by the end of the year as it seeks to attract more business guests to the iconic resort and tower. → Read More

Caesars cutting corporate jobs to save more than $40M

Caesars Entertainment Corp. is cutting jobs at its Las Vegas headquarters as part of a plan to reduce corporate expenses by more than $40 million annually. → Read More

Suspect in college bribery case opened Las Vegas, Macau casinos

Former Las Vegas Strip casino executive Gamal Aziz has been arrested on charges of bribing a university official to get his daughter into the University of Southern California. → Read More

Gold producers Barrick, Newmont agree to merge Nevada assets

Nevada’s two largest gold producers have agreed to merge their local assets to create the world’s single-largest operation of the precious metal. → Read More

Caesars unlikely to raise fees in 2019, CEO says

CEO Mark Frissora hinted the company is unlikely to seek revenue growth by hiking parking and resort fees this year. Caesars last raised them in the first quarter of 2018. → Read More