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(Marketwatch)   Wall Street buries Caesars   (marketwatch.com) divider line 13
    More: Fail, Wall Street, Caesars Entertainment Corp., revenues  
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1736 clicks; posted to Business » on 08 May 2014 at 8:59 AM (23 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2014-05-08 08:59:10 AM  
"Et tu, Barclays?"
 
2014-05-08 09:03:51 AM  
WERE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED?
 
2014-05-08 09:15:59 AM  
Caesars also said at the time that it has completed the sale of three properties in Las Vegas--Bally's, the Quad Resort & Casino and the Cromwell--to Caesars Growth Partners, a new company set up last year. That venture, 58%-owned by Caesars, was designed to sever some of Caesars's moneymaking properties from the parent, which carries more than $20 billion in debt.

lol... farking corporate accounting.
 
2014-05-08 09:18:51 AM  
Hey, I'm doing my part in raising their revenues.
 
2014-05-08 09:22:15 AM  
Yes, but does Wall Street praise him?
 
2014-05-08 09:32:38 AM  
I thought the $5 buck combo mambo would fix all of this!
 
2014-05-08 09:45:15 AM  
Fine by me, their pizza sucks...
/yeah, I know it's a different company
 
2014-05-08 09:56:12 AM  

Alonjar: Caesars also said at the time that it has completed the sale of three properties in Las Vegas--Bally's, the Quad Resort & Casino and the Cromwell--to Caesars Growth Partners, a new company set up last year. That venture, 58%-owned by Caesars, was designed to sever some of Caesars's moneymaking properties from the parent, which carries more than $20 billion in debt.

lol... farking corporate accounting.


On top of that:

The remaining 42% stake is controlled by Caesars Acquisition Co., a publicly traded holding company that was created as part of the Caesars Growth Partners spinoff.

Corporations are people.
 
2014-05-08 10:05:29 AM  
I'll be there to help out in June.  Try to hang in there.
 
2014-05-08 10:10:47 AM  
So no more pizza pizza??
 
2014-05-08 10:55:30 AM  

Muta: Alonjar: Caesars also said at the time that it has completed the sale of three properties in Las Vegas--Bally's, the Quad Resort & Casino and the Cromwell--to Caesars Growth Partners, a new company set up last year. That venture, 58%-owned by Caesars, was designed to sever some of Caesars's moneymaking properties from the parent, which carries more than $20 billion in debt.

lol... farking corporate accounting.

On top of that:

The remaining 42% stake is controlled by Caesars Acquisition Co., a publicly traded holding company that was created as part of the Caesars Growth Partners spinoff.

Corporations are people.


,my friend.
 
2014-05-08 12:19:41 PM  
Can't beat their pizza for $5.
 
2014-05-08 04:04:40 PM  
Part of the problem with Vegas is that for one thing, there's plenty of competition so they are caught in an endless upgrade cycle.  Second of all, Vegas used to be cheap - or at least part of vegas used to be cheap, now you can go a lot of places that have more to offer than gambling and pricy shopping for about the same amount of money and you don't have to absorb casino losses.

Vegas just is not that compelling to me anymore I guess I'm no longer their demographic.
 
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