Big buyouts alter Strip landscape

Mihailovich, Steven
May 2005
Business Press: Serving Southern Nevada;5/9/2005, Vol. 22 Issue 19, p1
Examines the influence of MGM Mirage to business performance at the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada following its buyout of the Mandalay Resort Group. Number of people that MGM Mirage will have direct ties; Rate of job growth in the Las Vegas Valley; Assessment of D. Taylor, secretary treasurer of the Culinary Local 226, on the changing Las Vegas Strip scene.


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