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MGM Resorts chief denounces bigotry in letter to employees

August 19th, 2017

MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren sent a letter to employees Friday that denounced equality-threatening violence and bigotry, and said the casino company would match employees’ donations to a collection of civil rights groups. In the letter, a copy of which was forwarded to the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Saturday, Murren said the Aug. 12 violence during a white supremacists rally...Read More >>

MGM Resorts chief denounces bigotry in letter to employees

August 19th, 2017

MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren sent a letter to employees Friday that denounced equality-threatening violence and bigotry, and said the casino company would match employees’ donations to a collection of civil rights groups. In the letter, a copy of which was forwarded to the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Saturday, Murren said the Aug. 12 violence during a white supremacists rally...Read More >>

MGM Resorts chief denounces bigotry in letter to employees

August 19th, 2017

MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren sent a letter to employees Friday that denounced equality-threatening violence and bigotry, and said the casino company would match employees’ donations to a collection of civil rights groups. In the letter, a copy of which was forwarded to the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Saturday, Murren said the Aug. 12 violence during a white supremacists rally...Read More >>

MGM Resorts chief denounces bigotry in letter to employees

August 19th, 2017

MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren sent a letter to employees Friday that denounced equality-threatening violence and bigotry, and said the casino company would match employees’ donations to a collection of civil rights groups. In the letter, a copy of which was forwarded to the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Saturday, Murren said the Aug. 12 violence during a white supremacists rally...Read More >>

MGM Resorts chief denounces bigotry in letter to employees

August 19th, 2017

MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren sent a letter to employees Friday that denounced equality-threatening violence and bigotry, and said the casino company would match employees’ donations to a collection of civil rights groups. In the letter, a copy of which was forwarded to the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Saturday, Murren said the Aug. 12 violence during a white supremacists rally...Read More >>

MGM Resorts chief denounces bigotry in letter to employees

August 19th, 2017

MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren sent a letter to employees Friday that denounced equality-threatening violence and bigotry, and said the casino company would match employees’ donations to a collection of civil rights groups. In the letter, a copy of which was forwarded to the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Saturday, Murren said the Aug. 12 violence during a white supremacists rally...Read More >>

MGM Resorts chief denounces bigotry in letter to employees

August 19th, 2017

MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren sent a letter to employees Friday that denounced equality-threatening violence and bigotry, and said the casino company would match employees’ donations to a collection of civil rights groups. In the letter, a copy of which was forwarded to the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Saturday, Murren said the Aug. 12 violence during a white supremacists rally...Read More >>

MGM creates loyalty card to recognize military, spouses

August 19th, 2017

The nation’s casinos have built success over the years by attracting customers with loyalty cards that assure customers return instead of going to Brand X. MGM Resorts International is ratcheting up the competition with its branded M life card to a demographic that is fiercely loyal to its brands — members of the military and their spouses. Meet Chief Master Sgt. (retired) Wilson E...Read More >>

MGM creates loyalty card to recognize military, spouses

August 19th, 2017

The nation’s casinos have built success over the years by attracting customers with loyalty cards that assure customers return instead of going to Brand X. MGM Resorts International is ratcheting up the competition with its branded M life card to a demographic that is fiercely loyal to its brands — members of the military and their spouses. Meet Chief Master Sgt. (retired) Wilson E...Read More >>

MGM creates loyalty card to recognize military, spouses

August 19th, 2017

The nation’s casinos have built success over the years by attracting customers with loyalty cards that assure customers return instead of going to Brand X. MGM Resorts International is ratcheting up the competition with its branded M life card to a demographic that is fiercely loyal to its brands — members of the military and their spouses. Meet Chief Master Sgt. (retired) Wilson E...Read More >>

MGM creates loyalty card to recognize military, spouses

August 19th, 2017

The nation’s casinos have built success over the years by attracting customers with loyalty cards that assure customers return instead of going to Brand X. MGM Resorts International is ratcheting up the competition with its branded M life card to a demographic that is fiercely loyal to its brands — members of the military and their spouses. Meet Chief Master Sgt. (retired) Wilson E...Read More >>

MGM creates loyalty card to recognize military, spouses

August 19th, 2017

The nation’s casinos have built success over the years by attracting customers with loyalty cards that assure customers return instead of going to Brand X. MGM Resorts International is ratcheting up the competition with its branded M life card to a demographic that is fiercely loyal to its brands — members of the military and their spouses. Meet Chief Master Sgt. (retired) Wilson E...Read More >>

MGM creates loyalty card to recognize military, spouses

August 19th, 2017

The nation’s casinos have built success over the years by attracting customers with loyalty cards that assure customers return instead of going to Brand X. MGM Resorts International is ratcheting up the competition with its branded M life card to a demographic that is fiercely loyal to its brands — members of the military and their spouses. Meet Chief Master Sgt. (retired) Wilson E...Read More >>

MGM creates loyalty card to recognize military, spouses

August 19th, 2017

The nation’s casinos have built success over the years by attracting customers with loyalty cards that assure customers return instead of going to Brand X. MGM Resorts International is ratcheting up the competition with its branded M life card to a demographic that is fiercely loyal to its brands — members of the military and their spouses. Meet Chief Master Sgt. (retired) Wilson E...Read More >>

MGM creates loyalty card to recognize military, spouses

August 19th, 2017

The nation’s casinos have built success over the years by attracting customers with loyalty cards that assure customers return instead of going to Brand X. MGM Resorts International is ratcheting up the competition with its branded M life card to a demographic that is fiercely loyal to its brands — members of the military and their spouses. Meet Chief Master Sgt. (retired) Wilson E...Read More >>

MGM creates loyalty card to recognize military, spouses

August 19th, 2017

The nation’s casinos have built success over the years by attracting customers with loyalty cards that assure customers return instead of going to Brand X. MGM Resorts International is ratcheting up the competition with its branded M life card to a demographic that is fiercely loyal to its brands — members of the military and their spouses. Meet Chief Master Sgt. (retired) Wilson E...Read More >>

Nevada gaming regulators wrestling with pot policies

August 19th, 2017

Gaming regulators don’t want the Strip to go to pot. Starting this week, they will start talking about how they intend to keep it from doing so. Regulators have said for months that because the federal government recognizes the possession and use of marijuana as a crime, resorts should stand clear of associating with the budding recreational marijuana industry. State Gaming Control Board...Read More >>

Nevada gaming regulators wrestling with pot policies

August 19th, 2017

Gaming regulators don’t want the Strip to go to pot. Starting this week, they will start talking about how they intend to keep it from doing so. Regulators have said for months that because the federal government recognizes the possession and use of marijuana as a crime, resorts should stand clear of associating with the budding recreational marijuana industry. State Gaming Control Board...Read More >>

Nevada gaming regulators wrestling with pot policies

August 19th, 2017

Gaming regulators don’t want the Strip to go to pot. Starting this week, they will start talking about how they intend to keep it from doing so. Regulators have said for months that because the federal government recognizes the possession and use of marijuana as a crime, resorts should stand clear of associating with the budding recreational marijuana industry. State Gaming Control Board...Read More >>

Nevada gaming regulators wrestling with pot policies

August 19th, 2017

Gaming regulators don’t want the Strip to go to pot. Starting this week, they will start talking about how they intend to keep it from doing so. Regulators have said for months that because the federal government recognizes the possession and use of marijuana as a crime, resorts should stand clear of associating with the budding recreational marijuana industry. State Gaming Control Board...Read More >>

Nevada gaming regulators wrestling with pot policies

August 19th, 2017

Gaming regulators don’t want the Strip to go to pot. Starting this week, they will start talking about how they intend to keep it from doing so. Regulators have said for months that because the federal government recognizes the possession and use of marijuana as a crime, resorts should stand clear of associating with the budding recreational marijuana industry. State Gaming Control Board...Read More >>

Nevada gaming regulators wrestling with pot policies

August 19th, 2017

Gaming regulators don’t want the Strip to go to pot. Starting this week, they will start talking about how they intend to keep it from doing so. Regulators have said for months that because the federal government recognizes the possession and use of marijuana as a crime, resorts should stand clear of associating with the budding recreational marijuana industry. State Gaming Control Board...Read More >>

Nevada gaming regulators wrestling with pot policies

August 19th, 2017

Gaming regulators don’t want the Strip to go to pot. Starting this week, they will start talking about how they intend to keep it from doing so. Regulators have said for months that because the federal government recognizes the possession and use of marijuana as a crime, resorts should stand clear of associating with the budding recreational marijuana industry. State Gaming Control Board...Read More >>

Nevada gaming regulators wrestling with pot policies

August 19th, 2017

Gaming regulators don’t want the Strip to go to pot. Starting this week, they will start talking about how they intend to keep it from doing so. Regulators have said for months that because the federal government recognizes the possession and use of marijuana as a crime, resorts should stand clear of associating with the budding recreational marijuana industry. State Gaming Control Board...Read More >>

Nevada gaming regulators wrestling with pot policies

August 19th, 2017

Gaming regulators don’t want the Strip to go to pot. Starting this week, they will start talking about how they intend to keep it from doing so. Regulators have said for months that because the federal government recognizes the possession and use of marijuana as a crime, resorts should stand clear of associating with the budding recreational marijuana industry. State Gaming Control Board...Read More >>

Nevada gaming regulators wrestling with pot policies

August 19th, 2017

Gaming regulators don’t want the Strip to go to pot. Starting this week, they will start talking about how they intend to keep it from doing so. Regulators have said for months that because the federal government recognizes the possession and use of marijuana as a crime, resorts should stand clear of associating with the budding recreational marijuana industry. State Gaming Control Board...Read More >>

Nevada gaming regulators wrestling with pot policies

August 19th, 2017

Gaming regulators don’t want the Strip to go to pot. Starting this week, they will start talking about how they intend to keep it from doing so. Regulators have said for months that because the federal government recognizes the possession and use of marijuana as a crime, resorts should stand clear of associating with the budding recreational marijuana industry. State Gaming Control Board...Read More >>

FAA reduces comment period for proposed Las Vegas Raiders stadium

August 18th, 2017

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport. Moving the commenting deadline to Aug. 30 could help keep construction on schedule so that the stadium can open in time for the 2020 NFL season, C...Read More >>

FAA reduces comment period for proposed Las Vegas Raiders stadium

August 18th, 2017

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport. Moving the commenting deadline to Aug. 30 could help keep construction on schedule so that the stadium can open in time for the 2020 NFL season, C...Read More >>

FAA reduces comment period for proposed Las Vegas Raiders stadium

August 18th, 2017

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport. Moving the commenting deadline to Aug. 30 could help keep construction on schedule so that the stadium can open in time for the 2020 NFL season, C...Read More >>

FAA reduces comment period for proposed Las Vegas Raiders stadium

August 18th, 2017

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport. Moving the commenting deadline to Aug. 30 could help keep construction on schedule so that the stadium can open in time for the 2020 NFL season, C...Read More >>

FAA reduces comment period for proposed Las Vegas Raiders stadium

August 18th, 2017

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport. Moving the commenting deadline to Aug. 30 could help keep construction on schedule so that the stadium can open in time for the 2020 NFL season, C...Read More >>

FAA reduces comment period for proposed Las Vegas Raiders stadium

August 18th, 2017

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport. Moving the commenting deadline to Aug. 30 could help keep construction on schedule so that the stadium can open in time for the 2020 NFL season, C...Read More >>

FAA reduces comment period for proposed Las Vegas Raiders stadium

August 18th, 2017

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport. Moving the commenting deadline to Aug. 30 could help keep construction on schedule so that the stadium can open in time for the 2020 NFL season, C...Read More >>

FAA reduces comment period for proposed Las Vegas Raiders stadium

August 18th, 2017

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport. Moving the commenting deadline to Aug. 30 could help keep construction on schedule so that the stadium can open in time for the 2020 NFL season, C...Read More >>

FAA reduces comment period for proposed Las Vegas Raiders stadium

August 18th, 2017

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport. Moving the commenting deadline to Aug. 30 could help keep construction on schedule so that the stadium can open in time for the 2020 NFL season, C...Read More >>

FAA reduces comment period for proposed Las Vegas Raiders stadium

August 18th, 2017

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport. Moving the commenting deadline to Aug. 30 could help keep construction on schedule so that the stadium can open in time for the 2020 NFL season, C...Read More >>

FAA reduces comment period for proposed Las Vegas Raiders stadium

August 18th, 2017

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport. Moving the commenting deadline to Aug. 30 could help keep construction on schedule so that the stadium can open in time for the 2020 NFL season, C...Read More >>

FAA reduces comment period for proposed Las Vegas Raiders stadium

August 18th, 2017

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport. Moving the commenting deadline to Aug. 30 could help keep construction on schedule so that the stadium can open in time for the 2020 NFL season, C...Read More >>

FAA reduces comment period for proposed Las Vegas Raiders stadium

August 18th, 2017

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport. Moving the commenting deadline to Aug. 30 could help keep construction on schedule so that the stadium can open in time for the 2020 NFL season, C...Read More >>