Once a player has walked in through the door and is on your gaming floor, how long the player will play at your tables and how many hands he will ….
Archive for July 2010
Change is inevitable when dealing with technology. And new product announcements can be exciting, especially when they promise better performance, improvements that will benefit your operations, and new features that ….
Gaming trade events often simply serve as a central place where various casino management cultures can mingle to exchange marketing ideas—a place where casino executives who are facing significant hurdles ….
AC Coin & Slot—Phat Cats Slot fans across the country will soon be doing a double take with the launch of the Double Play Community Series Platform and its first ….
Decades ago, a woman running one of the largest companies in gaming was unheard of. But today, it’s a reality. In an industry predominately populated by men, women must stand ….
This spring, our industry was dealt a major blow with the loss of former Shuffle Master CEO Tim Parrott. Known as a true gentleman, Parrott’s career had many highlights. Among ….
In Stolt-Nielsen S. A. v. Animalfeeds International Corp., No. 08-1198 (Apr. 27, 2010), the United States Supreme Court addressed the issue of whether an arbitration agreement allows a case to ….
Entering its third year of fiscal crisis resulting from the national recession, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts once again faces severe spending cuts across state and local government, including cuts in ….
The next time you walk into a card room in California, wander through the Asian gaming or “rotating bank” game section and look for the banking group players. They are ….
Many moons ago, when I worked in banking, I was taught very early about the four C’s of credit: Character, Capital, Credit History and Commitment. Now, I don’t think that ….