The charts of the entertainment giant indicate its stock is ready to break out any day now.
Sports betting margins are slimmer than more common gambling fixtures like slots, so early adoption in states friendly to sports gambling is imperative.
Norwegian Cruise Line is seeing solid trends across the board in its business. Yet, Wall Street has sent the stock lower by 6% this year.
Caesars shares are up more than 5% Monday.
Caesars reported Wednesday morning and Wynn is scheduled to report its quarterly earnings after Wednesday's closing bell.
Cable ratings may be shrinking, but Disney has plenty of other assets that consistently perform.
Marriott International just announced plans to revamp it's iconic Sheraton brand.
Union Gaming analyst John Decree is bullish on the idea that Las Vegas casino workers will come to an agreement with employers before current contract runs out at the end of the month.
Carnival Corp.'s stock may be riding some waves this year, but the company's outlook remains bright. TheStreet talks with Carnival Corp. CEO Arnold Donald about his rise through the executive ranks and the future of cruising.
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