From Macau to Moscow, Randy Hedrick has literally sped through the world of gaming. He’s witnessed the inner workings of Russia’s most notorious casinos, played pokies with the locals in ….
Archive for July 2009
Molten iron and carbon no longer pump money into the Bethlehem Steel Mill in Bethlehem, Pa., but the chance of meeting lady luck sure does. What was once a booming ….
People in the gaming industry being of sound mind can all agree that this recession has some mighty long legs. We might disagree on the hows, whys, and the what-to-do-about-it-alls, ….
In the movie Apollo 13, when flight controller Gene Kranz commands that “Failure is not an option,” he was referring to the challenges of bringing a damaged Apollo spacecraft safely back ….
On Feb. 11, 2009, Sen. Jean-Marie Lapointe reintroduced into the Senate a bill that has been his personal crusade for more than six years. Bill S-226, like its many predecessors, ….
Casino regulatory agencies face a variety of challenges—recalcitrant licensees, enraged patrons, media critics and constantly evolving technology to name but a few. Yet some of the most confounding challenges arise ….
Beginning July 1, 2009, many employers and insurance companies will be required to report claims for workers’ compensation claimants that are also Medicare beneficiaries to the Centers for Medicare and ….
People in the entertainment industry know that sex sells. It is a very successful business model, exploited to the maximum by business-savvy marketing professionals. The hugely popular and well-recognized motto ….
It was early morning 18 years ago when a certain lady set sail in Bettendorf, Iowa, on what would become a particularly instrumental day in gaming’s history. Her maiden voyage ….