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Bill Hornbuckle

Bill Hornbuckle is CEO and President of MGM Resorts International.

Hornbuckle not concerned about Beijing-imposed video gaming curbs

MGM Resorts CEO Bill Hornbuckle said that the company has received “zero direct signal” that the restrictions imposed in China’s video games industry could make their way to Macau’s gambling industry in the same way. 

MGM’s Hornbuckle sees prospect of only two Japan IRs

MGM President and CEO Bill Hornbuckle told the Bernstein Annual Strategic Decisions Conference on Friday that, in his estimation, only two IRs are likely to be built in Japan’s first round of development, not the maximum three that the legislation allows for.

Hornbuckle expects Macau to be in good position in 12 months

MGM Resorts president and CEO Bill Hornbuckle says he is hopeful that the company’s operations in Macau will be in a good position in around 12 months' time, despite a slower-than-desired recovery compared to their home market of Las Vegas. 

MGM’s Dubai IR project awaiting UAE approval: CEO

MGM Resorts International CEO Bill Hornbuckle expressed optimism that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) would become a hub for casino resorts and pointed out that the group's project is awaiting a nod from the Emirati authorities.

US-listed operators expect Macau’s swift recovery – post lockdown

MGM Resorts CEO Bill Hornbuckle, Wynn Resorts CEO Craig Billings and Sands Chairman and CEO Robert Goldstein unanimously argued that the Macau will quickly recover once the latest lockdown comes to an end. 

MGM chief executive not concerned by China crackdown

MGM Resorts chief executive Bill Hornbuckle has dismissed concerns that China’s ramping up of control over Macau’s casino market would fundamentally alter growth opportunities in the market. 

RFID tables benefits could be offset by privacy concerns: gaming expert

After Macau authorities announced their intention for all gaming concessionaires to adopt radio frequency identification (RFID) tables, commonly known as smart gaming tables, a gaming insider believes that the measure will have a "net neutral" impact on Macau’s gaming revenue.

MGM China announces CNY one-month salary staff bonus

MGM China announced that a discretionary bonus, equivalent to one month’s salary, will be paid to eligible team members.

The birth of a new Asian casino monopoly

The recent decision by Japanese authorities to reject the proposal for a new IR in Nagasaki has created a new Asian casino monopoly. Expert Daniel Cheng points out the political machinations that brought about the outcome and the risks now being taken, both by the lone IR operator in Osaka, and the government.