The Internal Revenue Service has been hammering U.S. taxpayers with foreign activities lately. Over the past several months, the Obama administration has introduced a strongly anti-business proposal to remake the ….
Archive for June 2009
Mum was the word regarding a Meadowlands “Boardwalk” racino at the aptly themed “Leadership in Challenging Times” 13th Annual East Coast Gaming Congress. Still, any mention of New Jersey Gov. ….
The gaming industry is no longer overwhelmingly populated by independent operators and small suppliers working solely in the United States. The industry, rather, has transformed over the past two decades ….
The quickest route to an embarrassing comeuppance for professionals is to stray outside the area of their expertise. As regulators, our comfort zone is bounded by the rules and internal ….
Not long after the 111th Congress began its first legislative session, the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) (S. 560, H.R. 1409) was introduced for consideration. During the 2008 campaign, this ….
Henry had been given the task of balancing the casino’s dealer and floor supervisor schedule. After several weeks, he had finally developed a plan that would properly balance the schedule ….
During these past months, we have been proud to share summary findings from the new WMS Active Gambler™ Profile survey, the industry’s most comprehensive examination of emerging trends shaping the ….
Having studied cycles and cycle sizes in the last few installments of the Vicious Cycle series, we now have more insight into how the cycle size is calculated and why ….
High-priced watches are a tough sell in this Chinese enclave these days, but flashbulbs are flying off the shelves. While much of the chatter at the G2E Asia exhibition and ….
At any given time, somewhere in the world a Gaming Laboratories International employee is at work testing or certifying a new technology, responding to a regulator or supplier’s question, or ….