Las Vegas Sands CEO Rob Goldstein says the market may have gotten ahead of itself when it was revealed that the company is in talks to build a large-scale resort in Thailand.
Las Vegas Sands CEO Rob Goldstein is not concerned about the introduction of the digital RMB in Macau, believing the currency would be a positive to the gaming industry by adding liquidity into the market.
Las Vegas Sands Corp CEO Rob Goldstein has reiterated his interest in potentially expanding their operations in Asia, other parts of the U.S. and digitally, using the proceeds from their recent Las Vegas property sale.
Robert Goldstein has become Chairman and Chief Executive Officer; and Patrick Dumont has been named President and Chief Operating Officer in the wake of the death of Sheldon Adelson. These were the expected promotions, but still signal a major change in the company’s leadership.
Las Vegas Sands Chief Operating Officer Rob Goldstein has been named as acting chairman and CEO of the group as Sheldon Adelson has taken medical leave from Jan 7 to resume treatment for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Marina Bay Sands said it was holding a two-day recruitment drive to hire 2,000 people as Singapore rebounds following the pandemic.
Tourism arrivals to Singapore in the first four months of the year have overtaken the visitor numbers for all of 2022, with a surge in April after Covid restrictions were eased.
A group of Thailand's smaller political parties has submitted a draft amendment to the country’s gambling act to legalize both online gambling and casinos to raise tax revenue and aid economic recovery.
Genting Singapore posted higher 1Q22 revenue, both sequentially and year-on-year, though adjusted EBITDA slipped due to higher utilities expenses and the expiry of the government’s Covid support measures.
Genting Singapore’s gross gambling revenue isn’t likely to return to its pre-Covid levels due to an expected lack of Chinese gamblers and greater competition from around the region, Maybank said in a note.