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Deal lets luxury Montana ski club keeps its liquor licenses

Jun 25, 2019

An ultra-exclusive Montana ski resort that counts Bill Gates and Justin Timberlake as members is paying the state $370,000 so it can keep its liquor licenses

Regional divide opens up in sports betting legislation

Jun 23, 2019

An analysis of sports betting legislation by The Associated Press shows that legalization is largely following regional boundaries across the US, with states in the Deep South and far West generally reluctant to offer it

APNewsBreak: California launches anti-illegal pot campaign

Jun 21, 2019

California is taking its fight against illegal marijuana sales to cellphones and social media

New Jersey may let Golden Nugget casino take some NBA bets

Jun 18, 2019

New Jersey lawmakers are considering loosening their sports betting restrictions to allow the owner of the Golden Nugget casino to accept bets on most National Basketball Association teams

US companies' message to Trump: Don't expand China tariffs

Jun 17, 2019

US companies have a message for Trump: Don't expand the tariffs on Chinese goods

Ivanka Trump took in nearly $4M from DC hotel last year

Jun 14, 2019

Ivanka Trump took in nearly $4 million in revenue last year from her part ownership of President Donald Trump's Washington hotel, up slightly from a year earlier

US retail sales rose a solid 0.5% in May as consumers spent more on cars, electronics

Jun 14, 2019

US retail sales rose a solid 0.5% in May as consumers spent more on cars, electronics

Wynn receives key approvals for Boston-area casino opening

Jun 12, 2019

Massachusetts gambling regulators have given Wynn Resorts key approvals for opening its nearly $3 billion Boston-area casino

Hudson's Bay executive leads bid to take retailer private

Jun 10, 2019

Hudson's Bay executive chairman leads proposal to take retailer private, stock bid is at 48% premium

The Latest: Carnival to pay $20M for cruise pollution

Jun 3, 2019

Carnival Corp. has reached a settlement with federal prosecutors in which the world's largest cruise line agreed to pay a $20 million penalty for its ships continuing to pollute the oceans despite promising years ago to stop.

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