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Bagel shop sues Suncoast, KB Home sticks with Vegas
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
It's probably not as ominous as it sounds, but a dispute over a bagel business at the Suncoast hotel-casino in Las Vegas has led to the filing of a racketeering lawsuit. Attorneys Noel Gage and Janelle Lavigne hit Coast Hotels and Casinos Inc. with the suit March 30 in Clark County District Court. Their clients, the Bagel Cafe at the casino and its owners, claim the Suncoast has been falsifying reimbursements for gamblers' slot club points the cafe accepts for food and beverage purchases. The lawsuit also claims the Suncoast has been trying to pirate away key employees.
NV Energy's value, Chapman Dodge moves to Sahara Ave.
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
In a story in Barron's arguing the stock of NV Energy is undervalued, it was noted that key electrical customers of NV Energy -- casino resorts --- are facing hard times because of the recession.
Sands leadership, new tenants at Miracle Mile Shops
Monday, March 30, 2009
Why would Las Vegas Sands Corp. board member Michael Leven want to take over as president and chief operating officer at the gaming company, replacing the ousted William Weidner?

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