Recommended Link:
Creating Wealth Without Risk

Latest Casino News

:


Nevada Gambling News Brief


Boyd withdraws bid for Station Casino assets


Rueters,  Friday, July 30, 2010 at 9:10:17 PM

Casino operator Boyd Gaming Corp has given up on efforts to acquire assets held by bankrupt Station Casinos Inc, citing bidding procedures that favor Station insiders.

The move clears the way for a $772 million bid led by Station's founding Fertitta family to acquire most of the assets.

"Unfortunately, given bidding procedures that favor Station insiders, and our current view of the limited potential value of the operating and development assets, we have concluded this opportunity no longer makes sense for our company," Boyd Chief Executive Officer Keith Smith said in a statement.


...read the source
Note: The links to older news stories hosted on other servers often no longer function. We apologize for any inconvenience.

...tabbed details about Station Casinos, Inc.

...top detail page for Station Casinos, Inc.



Our USCF Casino News is also available as a free-subscription News Feed.

Home        USCF Forum        USCF Store        Advertising        About USCF
Casino Job Applications        Useful Links        Contact USCF          Site Map        Privacy Policy




All contents copyright 2006-2019
True Interactive Yellow Page Directories, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.

Gambler's Anonymous


This Page Last Modified 8/18/2019
US Casino Finder Directory

Register now to receive valuable promo codes, casino updates and news alerts


Casinos with Social Networking

QuikList by City:
Atlantic City Casinos
Biloxi Casinos
Black Hawk Casinos
Cripple Creek Casinos
Deadwood Casinos
Las Vegas Casinos
Laughlin Casinos
Reno Casinos

QuikList by Type:
US Hotel Casinos
US Casinos
US Card Rooms
US Indian Casinos
US Horse Race Tracks
US Greyhound Race Tracks
US Racinos
US Casino Cruises
US Bingo Halls
US Casino Party Planners
US Dealer Schools

Gambling Factoid #26:
The name 'pai gow' is loosely translated as 'makes nine' or 'card nine' and has been played in China since the Song Dynasty (960-1279 A.D.). Pai gow is played with a set of tiles; pai gow poker is loosely based on the original game.

 
QuikSearch Directory
powered by Google
 
Recommended Link:
Creating Wealth Without Risk



HTML code to add a direct link to this page to your website

38,000 pages of information
in our directory,
and we still can't
help you find
what you're looking for?
Let us know where we failed!
You can help us improve just by
using one of the following options:
1. Private comment
2. Email us
3. Add a business.

Follow us on Twitter


xml feed
site map

kentucky gambler