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Gaming Giant Boyd Gaming Corporation announces nearly 300 layoffs

Gaming Giant Boyd Gaming Corporation announces nearly 300 layoffs

Paradise, Nevada-headquartered gaming & hospitality giant Boyd Gaming Corporation has revealed plans to further reduce its workforce, affecting nearly three hundred employees at two of its down

SKS365 signs content deal with WMG to further expand reach in Italy’s fast-growing online casino segment

SKS365 signs content deal with WMG to further expand reach in Italy’s fast-growing online casino segment

Malta-headquartered sports betting operator SKS365 Group has announced the signing of a multi-year deal with Italian casino games provider WMG to further expand its reach in Italy’s fast-growing on

French casino operator Partouche join forces with Pixel Companyz to create first Japan-led IR consortium

French casino operator Partouche join forces with Pixel Companyz to create first Japan-led IR consortium

Tokyo-headquartered Pixel Companyz has confirmed that France-based casino operator Partouche Group has joined forced with it to make a bid on one of the three planned commercial integrated resort c

Washington’s Angel of the Winds Casino Resort reopened for guests

Angel of the Winds Casino Resort

The Angel of the Winds Casino Resort in the state of Washington has finally been reopened for gamers and betters, nearly two months after the state governor passed ‘stay-at-home’ order in a bid to

AT&T to acquire DirecTV for $48.5 billion

AT&T to acquire DirecTV for $48.5 billion

Telecom giant AT&T has agreed to acquire satellite TV firm DirecTV in a stock-&-cash deal worth around $48.5 billion, or $95 per share.

WPP joins shareholders’ revolt against Chime’s remuneration policies

WPP joins shareholders’ revolt against Chime’s remuneration policies

Advertising giant WPP, the top shareholder in PR firm Chime, on Friday joined shareholders' revolt against the company's remuneration policies at its annual general meeting.

Nearly 25 per cent of Chime shareholders refused to support its future pay/remuneration policy for its executives, while 22 per cent of the shareholders turned down its last year's remuneration report.

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