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Fertittas buy online gaming company
Fertittas buy online gaming company
Saturday, October 29, 2011
Fertitta Interactive, the online gambling company established last year by the family who owns Station Casinos, announced it has bought California online gaming company CyberArts Licensing LLC.
Table games get progressive treatment at Station properties
Table games get progressive treatment at Station properties
Friday, October 28, 2011
GAMING:
The first cross-property progressive jackpot for a table game has arrived in Nevada.
Court rules Sunset Station open to liability for car theft in valet parking
Court rules Sunset Station open to liability for car theft in valet parking
Thursday, June 2, 2011
The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled that a man whose car was stolen from Sunset Station's valet parking area can sue the hotel-casino for damages, even though he got an insurance settlement.
Station Casinos accuses Henderson of 'cover up,' meeting law violations
Station Casinos accuses Henderson of 'cover up,' meeting law violations
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Station Casinos and the city of Henderson are headed toward a court showdown over charges by Station that City Council members violated state law in meeting secretly to decide an issue about a potential competitor.
Sunset Station lawsuit puts Roadhouse casino renovation plans on ice
Sunset Station lawsuit puts Roadhouse casino renovation plans on ice
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Plans to renovate and reopen the Roadhouse casino in Henderson are now on hold because of a lawsuit filed by competitor Sunset Station Inc., a Roadhouse spokeswoman said Monday.
Sunset Station sues Henderson over Roadhouse license approval
Sunset Station sues Henderson over Roadhouse license approval
Monday, November 22, 2010
A Station Casinos Inc. property is suing the city of Henderson over the city’s approval of a potential competitor’s operating permit.
Station Casinos bondholders renew interest in suing over deal
Station Casinos bondholders renew interest in suing over deal
Friday, July 9, 2010
Bondholders in the Station Casinos Inc. bankruptcy case have renewed their request that they be allowed to sue Station insiders over the 2007 deal that took the Las Vegas company private.
Photo: Singer Damian
Three rowdy nights of Punk Rock Bowling
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Thoughts on the scene, the banter and the bands at the weekend event at Sunset Station.
Station Casinos reaches settlement in employee wage suit
Station Casinos reaches settlement in employee wage suit
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
A settlement has been reached in a suit filed on behalf of thousands of current and former employees of Station Casinos who claimed they were shortchanged.
Photo: Meet NAWGAHYDE, the
Men in mustaches
Friday, March 26, 2010
Meet NAWGAHYDE, also known as the “Kings of Mustache Rock”
Move over Steel Panther, there’s a new mustache in town; make that five.
Winners begin to emerge in fight for Station assets
Winners begin to emerge in fight for Station assets
Friday, September 11, 2009
Major lenders, with best collateral, appear likely to end up on top
Capitalizing on super-low interest rates and a frenzy for Las Vegas real estate, Station Casinos went private in 2007 by accumulating more than $5 billion in debt. It wasn’t a simple process.
Fertitta remembered for 'kindness, generosity, integrity' at funeral
Fertitta remembered for 'kindness, generosity, integrity' at funeral
Saturday, August 29, 2009
About 2,000 people attend Catholic Mass for Station Casinos founder
Station Casinos founder Frank Fertitta Jr. was remembered at a funeral Saturday as a loving man who had a great deal of faith. The funeral attracted a large gathering of Las Vegans and notables from the arenas of business, sports and government.
About Station Casinos
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Founded in 1976, Station has some 13,400 employees in Southern Nevada and 10 major Las Vegas-area hotel-casino properties, including two that are 50 percent-owned with affiliates of the Greenspun family, owner of the Las Vegas Sun.
Photo: The entrance of Sunset Station as the sun goes dow
Lawsuit against Station alleging unpaid wages dismissed, filed again
Thursday, July 23, 2009
A federal judge has dismissed a massive proposed class-action lawsuit against Station Casinos Inc. alleging current and former Station employees are owed wages for unpaid hours they claimed to have worked. But within days of the dismissal, the proposed class-action lawsuit was refiled, this time in Clark County District Court. In dismissing the lawsuit July 16, U.S. District Judge Larry Hicks cited a little-known jurisdictional rule for class-action lawsuits.
Photo: Hundreds of spectators gather around the pool to w
Crowds flock to Station casinos across valley for fireworks
Sunday, July 5, 2009
The rockets glared brightly as the music of Bruce Springsteen and John Mellencamp blared and all eyes stared skyward at Red Rock Resort on Saturday night for Station Casinos’ 4th of July Blast. Hundreds of people gathered with family and friends and filled the lawn near the resort’s pool for a nine-minute fireworks show choreographed to music paying tribute to America — with Sinatra and Elvis thrown in to recognize the hometown spirit. Billed as the valley’s largest fireworks show, Red Rock was one of nine Station casinos to simultaneously light up the sky starting at 9:30 p.m.

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