David G. Schwartz In The News

Profile: David G. Schwartz

CDC Gaming Reports Inc.
February 25, 2020
There has been a great deal of change in the news lately for the gaming world. After more than a decade as head of MGM Resorts, Jim Murren is stepping down. The Chinese coronavirus outbreak has sent Macau gaming revenues into a tailspin. On a happier note, a big brand name is returning to a Las Vegas casino, with the announcement that Hilton will be operating three hotels as part of the Genting Group’s Resorts World development. Change is in the air. But that’s nothing new, and nothing the industry shouldn’t be expecting.
Android Hoy
February 25, 2020
CEO Lee Amaitis recently launched the Cantor Gaming Atlantis sportsbook; some say he is under federal scrutiny now.
Seattle Times
February 18, 2020
Like many other American staples and luxuries, L.O.L. Surprise! dolls are made in China. Chatsworth-based MGA Entertainment has them manufactured in Guangdong province, trucked to the port in Yantian Harbor, loaded on ships and brought to the United States, where the popular toys are distributed to retailers and scooped up by eager children. The process went smoothly for years.
February 17, 2020
Like many other American staples and luxuries, L.O.L. Surprise! dolls are made in China. Chatsworth-based MGA Entertainment has them manufactured in Guangdong province, trucked to the port in Yantian Harbor, loaded on ships and brought to the United States, where the popular toys are distributed to retailers and scooped up by eager children. The process went smoothly for years.
The Merkle Hash
February 14, 2020
The latest financial report published by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement show that the nine casinos located there collectively won nearly $3.3 billion from gamblers last year.
February 14, 2020
Jim Murren is set to receive a nearly $32 million exit package from MGM Resorts International.
February 10, 2020
8 News Now is looking forward in our month-long series, 2020 Visions. This week, we took a look at the future of the Las Vegas Strip and how a change in the industry could re-shape how the Las Vegas valley does business.
Houston Chronicle
February 7, 2020
Nearly 80 years after the first casino blinked to life along the stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard now known as the Strip, the re-illumination of Las Vegas is nearly complete.