Las Vegas Sands Corp. has created a new loyalty rewards program that will utilize activity on Twitter to promote two popular Las Vegas gaming properties.
Las Vegas Sands (LVS) in the News
Las Vegas Sands Corp. was founded in 1988 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company began their operations of owning, operating, and developing casinos in Las Vegas, and have since expanded throughout the US. They own the Palazzo in Las Vegas, and various Sands hotel and casinos all around the world. They have resorts in Macau, Singapore, and Nevada. Mr. Sheldon Adelson is the Chief Executive Officer, with Mr. William P. Weidner as the Chief Operating Officer. The company is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange and has interests outside of their casinos. They offer showrooms, spas, shopping malls, convention centers, and restaurants as part of their resorts.
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Latest Las Vegas Sands Company Stock News
Less than one day before Las Vegas Sands and rival Singapore operator Resorts World Sentosa were ordered to cease buss shuttle services from downtown and heartland areas, Marina Bay Sands voluntarily suspended its services to locals.
Shares of Las Vegas Sands reached a new 52 week high during yesterday’s trading session, despite a downgrade by Soleil Securities.
While labor shortages continue to affect Las Vegas Sands Corp’s Macau subsidiary Sands China from reviving a stalled $4 billion expansion project on the Cotai Strip, a rival casino operator looks to take over their land.
Two years after a Clark County District Court jury ruled that Las Vegas Sands Corp owed Hong Kong businessman Richard Suen $60 million for his role in helping the casino operator gain entry into the Macau gaming market, the Nevada Supreme Court has decided to hear an appeal.
“Significant Changes” are underway for the annual Global Gaming Expo; not only will the popular tradeshow move to a new home it will also move to a new date.
Las Vegas Sands has been honored for the fifth year in a row with “Elite” status for the Gold Key and Gold Platter awards for the Venetian Resort and Casino.
According to figures released from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board last week, revenue at Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem owned by gaming giant Las Vegas Sands topped more than $25 million in July.
Rumors have surfaced that the American Gaming Association and Reed Exhibitions will announce that its 2011 G2E tradeshow will be moved to Las Vegas Sands.
Las Vegas Sands Macau subsidiary Sands China has reported its first half gaming revenues in accordance with its Hong Kong listing.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. has reported that its $4 billion Macau casino expansion will likely be delayed due to foreign labor restrictions
As an industry leader Las Vegas Sands has entered into a five year agreement that will steer students in the right direction as Singapore attempts to revolutionize the tourism industry.
With Marina Bay Sands off to a booming start, the Singapore resorts retail outlets could add another S$1 billion in annual revenue to Las Vegas Sands Corp, once fully operational.
Following last week’s announcement that Las Vegas Sands Corp has recently completed an amendment and extension of its U.S. credit facilities, Moody’s Investors Service increased the casino operators’ credit ratings.
According to a recent Bloomberg report unnamed sources close to casino operator Las Vegas Sands has said that they have received lender approval on a deal that will free up cash and extend payments on a $4 billion term loan.
Las Vegas Sands, Macau subsidiary Sands China introduced its newest executives to the press on Thursday and revealed a little bit of why Chairman Sheldon Adelson fired CEO Steve Jacobs last month.
Seven weeks after CEO Sheldon Adelson told the press that he preferred “to make love, not war” Las Vegas Sands Corp settles its legal disputes with The Inter-Pacific Bar Association.
As Macau continues to boom, Las Vegas Sands Corp is rethinking its business strategy.
Renowned architect and highly recognized hospitality leader, Wing Chao has joined the board of directors for Las Vegas Sands.
Las Vegas Sands appears to be on the verge of announcing a deal with lenders to amend and extend an existing $5 billion credit facility.