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Felix Rappaport has 34 years of hospitality, gaming and entertainment experience.


The license instead went to the operators of an existing commercial facility in Maryland.


A bill could be introduced in the next legislative session to authorize a joint facility.


Both tribes have seen gaming revenues suffer and a new casino could counter competition from neighboring Massachusetts.


Newspaper questions whether the state will benefit from another tribal casino as gaming options expand in the region.


Newspaper says another tribal casino won't help the state compete with a growing number of options in Massachusetts and other states.


A facility near the Massachusetts border could help keep gaming revenues in Connecticut.


The tribe is part of a $500 million project in downtown Philadelphia.


The 300,000-square-foot mall will feature 82 stores.


The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation reported a whopping 19.6 percent decline in slot revenue.


The hotel, restaurants, retail shops and arena at the Mohegan Sun are being highlighted.


The professor who conducted the study was surprised by the results.


The tribe failed to make a payment in August and has taken another hit to its credit rating.


The man allegedly threatened to kill an employee if the money wasn't transferred to his bank account.


Columnist suggests the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut might still be able to pursue a commercial casino in neighboring Massachusetts.


The Mohegan Tribe may have have lost its bid for a commercial casino but columnist wonders what's the next step in the fight.


Scott Butera served as CEO of the Foxwoods Resort Casino for nearly four years.


Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes saw another decline in slot machine revenues for the month of August 2014 but the picture wasn't as bad as usual.


By a vote of 3 to 1, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission goes with a rival project.


Newspaper supports commercial casino bid from the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut over billionaire developer Steve Wynn.


The tribe is among nine bidders for the Catskills, a region about 90 minutes north of New York City.


With gaming revenues falling at home, the tribe is seeking commercial casinos in New York and Massachusetts.


The Boston Globe obtained a confidential marketing agreement that allows the tribe to promote its Connecticut casino to gamblers in Massachusetts.


Gaming executive is blunt about plans -- 'There will never be another Mohegan Sun.'


The concourse at the Foxwoods Resort Casino features clothing, electronics, food and Native arts and crafts.


Standard & Poor's downgraded the tribe two levels in an August 18 report.


Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes saw another decline in slot machine revenues for the month of July 2014.


The Foxwoods Resort Casino refused to pay the winnings and return the money the gamblers deposited into their accounts.


Columnist accuses the Mohegan Tribe of violating Massachusetts gaming law by making campaign contributions.


Writer visits casinos owned by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe in Connecticut and tries to see who comes out on top.


Connecticut newspaper tries to look on the bright side when it comes to declining revenues at tribal gaming facilities.


Connecticut newspaper opposes federal recognition reforms to prevent more casinos from opening in the state.


Profits fell 37.7 percent and revenues fell 5.2 percent in the last quarter.


The tribe wants to build a $600 million commercial casino at the site of a former resort.


The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation saw a 13.1 percent drop while the Mohegan Tribe saw a 10.3 percent drop.

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