MGM Mirage

Atlantic City's Borgata Hotel Casino to purchase MGM Mirage stake

MGM-Mirage-LogoOn Friday, the Associated Press reported that MGM Mirage plans to sell its 50% stake in the Borgata Hotel, Atlantic City's top casino, before cut ties with the daughter of an Asian casino mogul.

The agency said in an article, "Las Vegas-based MGM's decision could spark a bidding war for the Borgata, which dominates the USA's second largest casino market, according to the AP story. Co-owner Boyd Gaming has the first dibs on MGM's interest."

Revitalized CityCenter to hire 12,000 workers

It has appeared that Dubai World and MGM Mirage, the hotel and leisure complex, is mulling to undertake a hiring spree for 12,000 staff, four months after the CityCenter project in Las Vegas was saved from bankruptcy by its shareholders.

The company explained this recruitment drive for jobs at ARIA Resort and Casino, Vdara Hotel and Crystal's retail district as the single largest hiring effort in the nation. The jobs include space for bartenders, cooks, prop handlers, slot operators and manicurists.

New development plans confirmed by MGM Mirage Hospitality, Pearl Dubai

Tuesday witnessed MGM Mirage and Pearl Dubai announcing new plans to develop Bellagio, MGM Grand, and Skylofts hotels, and also branded residences at Dubai Pearl, the $4 billion (Dh15 billion) world-class, fully integrated luxury development in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

As per media reports, the 250-room Bellagio hotel, 350-room MGM Grand hotel, and 30-suite Skylofts hotel would be owned and financed by Pearl Dubai, while MGM Mirage Hospitality will manage and provide technical services for the three new ventures.