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“MGM Resorts to furlough 140 managers at Las Vegas properties due to business slump - Reno Gazette Journal” plus 2 more

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“MGM Resorts to furlough 140 managers at Las Vegas properties due to business slump - Reno Gazette Journal” plus 2 more MGM Resorts to furlough 140 managers at Las Vegas properties due to business slump - Reno Gazette Journal Bill Hornbuckle: the gambling man with a steady hand - Financial Times Las Vegas Raiders Owner Mark Davis to Buy Aces from MGM Resorts - Casino.Org News MGM Resorts to furlough 140 managers at Las Vegas properties due to business slump - Reno Gazette Journal Posted: 07 Jan 2021 12:00 AM PST [unable to retrieve full-text content] MGM Resorts to furlough 140 managers at Las Vegas properties due to business slump    Reno Gazette Journal Bill Hornbuckle: the gambling man with a steady hand - Financial Times Posted: 15 Jan 2021 05:26 AM PST Bill Hornbuckle was born in Japan, grew up in Connecticut but has ended up a Las Vegas man through and through. The boss of casino group MGM Res

“MGM Resorts furloughing 140 managers - Las Vegas Review-Journal” plus 3 more

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“MGM Resorts furloughing 140 managers - Las Vegas Review-Journal” plus 3 more MGM Resorts furloughing 140 managers - Las Vegas Review-Journal Detroit casinos prepare to reopen after shutdown - The Detroit News Bill Hornbuckle: the gambling man with a steady hand - Financial Times Mirage extends midweek hotel closures to casino, restaurants - KTNV Las Vegas MGM Resorts furloughing 140 managers - Las Vegas Review-Journal Posted: 07 Jan 2021 12:00 AM PST MGM Resorts International is furloughing roughly 140 staff members in managerial positions across its Las Vegas properties, effective Monday. The furloughs come as local casinos continue to operate under restrictions and reduced foot traffic caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a statement provided by MGM spokesman Brian Ahern, the company is anticipating business volumes to remain low in the beginning of the year. "We are focused on bringing employe

MGM Resorts to reopen Bellagio, New York-New York, MGM Grand in Las Vegas - Reno Gazette Journal

MGM Resorts to reopen Bellagio, New York-New York, MGM Grand in Las Vegas - Reno Gazette Journal MGM Resorts to reopen Bellagio, New York-New York, MGM Grand in Las Vegas - Reno Gazette Journal Posted: 27 May 2020 12:00 AM PDT [unable to retrieve full-text content] MGM Resorts to reopen Bellagio, New York-New York, MGM Grand in Las Vegas    Reno Gazette Journal You are subscribed to email updates from "mgm grand hotel pool,mgm grand las vegas,mgm grand las vegas nv" - Google News . To stop receiving these emails, you may unsubscribe now . Email delivery powered by Google Google, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States

“BetMGM Debuts Mobile Sports Betting In Iowa - PRNewswire” plus 1 more

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“BetMGM Debuts Mobile Sports Betting In Iowa - PRNewswire” plus 1 more BetMGM Debuts Mobile Sports Betting In Iowa - PRNewswire Posted: 04 Jan 2021 12:00 AM PST JERSEY CITY, N.J. , Jan. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- BetMGM launched   its market leading sports betting app in Iowa today, giving customers access to benefits tied to MGM Resorts' iconic casino-resorts nationwide. Today's announcement was made in conjunction with Diamond Jo Casino , a high-energy casino in Dubuque's historic downtown district.  "I can't think of a better way to kick off the new year than by launching BetMGM in Iowa , a state well known for its passionate sports fans," said BetMGM CEO Adam Greenblatt . "Our connection with MGM Resorts enables BetMGM users in the Hawkeye State to earn rewards, from hotel suites to dinners at award-winning restaurants, all while engaging in the excitement of our cutting-edge sports betting experience."

Celebrity chef Hubert Keller exits Mandalay Bay - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Celebrity chef Hubert Keller exits Mandalay Bay - Las Vegas Review-Journal Celebrity chef Hubert Keller exits Mandalay Bay - Las Vegas Review-Journal Posted: 07 Jan 2021 12:00 AM PST Celebrity chef Hubert Keller is severing his ties with his two local restaurants: Fleur by Hubert Keller in Mandalay Bay and Mandalay Place's Burger Bar. Both of the restaurants are temporarily closed as a result of COVID-19. Their teams were informed of Keller's departure on Wednesday, according to a spokeswoman for MGM Resorts International. A statement from the company reads, in part, "After a 16-year-run as one of Las Vegas' most popular burger destinations, Burger Bar at The Shoppes at Mandalay Place will not re-open under the direction of Hubert Keller. MGM Resorts hopes to reopen Burger Bar in the future with a new hospitality partner. Fleur by Hubert Keller, a restaurant known for its regional and seasonally driven French cuisine, will t

Bill Hornbuckle: the gambling man with a steady hand - Financial Times

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Bill Hornbuckle: the gambling man with a steady hand - Financial Times Bill Hornbuckle: the gambling man with a steady hand - Financial Times Posted: 15 Jan 2021 05:26 AM PST Bill Hornbuckle was born in Japan, grew up in Connecticut but has ended up a Las Vegas man through and through. The boss of casino group MGM Resorts moved to the city when he was 23 in 1981 to study for a degree in hotel administration and has never left. After stints working for casino magnate Steve Wynn and at Caesars Palace, his career at MGM began in 1998. When Jim Murren announced his departure in February last year, Mr Hornbuckle finally moved into the top job, at a time of maximum difficulty. Just as he took over as acting chief executive, the pandemic hit Vegas. MGM shuttered all its casinos and furloughed most of its 68,000 employees. It has since cut its workforce by around a quarter and, although all of its resorts are now open, it is restricted by occupan

MGM Resorts furloughing 140 managers - Las Vegas Review-Journal

MGM Resorts furloughing 140 managers - Las Vegas Review-Journal MGM Resorts furloughing 140 managers - Las Vegas Review-Journal Posted: 07 Jan 2021 12:00 AM PST MGM Resorts International is furloughing roughly 140 staff members in managerial positions across its Las Vegas properties, effective Monday. The furloughs come as local casinos continue to operate under restrictions and reduced foot traffic caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a statement provided by MGM spokesman Brian Ahern, the company is anticipating business volumes to remain low in the beginning of the year. "We are focused on bringing employees back to work when business levels recover," the statement said. "We are optimistic that, with vaccine distribution and other developments, we will return to higher business levels and staffing soon." The affected employees were notified Wednesday, according to Ahern. Those with MGM Resorts health plans