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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Hoosier Lottery's largest vendor is protesting Indiana's decision to award a private management contract to a rival company. The Indianapolis Star reports (http://indy.st/QW85Cf ) that Scientific Games argues in an Oct. 5...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana's lottery commission voted Wednesday to hire a private company to take over its marketing and other services in the hopes that it will boost the lottery's profits by about $100 million a year. The commission voted 3-0...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana would retain control of its lottery even if it hires a private vendor to take over more of its operations, the Hoosier Lottery's executive director said Wednesday, noting that the state already outsources most of the...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Two foreign companies are among four firms competing for a chance to become the Indiana lottery's first private manager. The Indianapolis Star reports (http://indy.st/RxofxH ) the four firms have submitted information to Hoosier...
PIERRE — The South Dakota Lottery is hiring a Nevada company to suggest ways that video lottery play can be rejuvenated. The state Lottery Commission gave staff the go-ahead Wednesday to negotiate with Las Vegas-based Union Gaming Analytics....
The company hired to run the Illinois Lottery after years of flagging sales is on track to fall short of promised revenue goals for the second straight year — this time by about $180 million, according to a Tribune review of the firm's performance...
Tribune staffAt a special shareholders meeting, investors in WMS Industries approved the company's takeover by Scientific Games Corp. The deal, announced in January, combines the two gaming machines makers for $1.42 billion in cash and debt. That put the value...
Tribune reporterGaming company WMS Industries Inc. said Monday that its fiscal third-quarter earnings slid on charges related to its pending acquisition by Scientific Games Corp. and higher costs. The Waukegan company earned $7.5 million, or 14 cents per share, compared...
The Indiana Lottery Commission voted Wednesday to hire a private vendor to take over operations at the Hoosier Lottery in a move designed to increase revenue. The commission voted to approve a contract with GTECH that will pay the company $1.7 billion...
Clout StreetState gambling regulators have finally hired a company to run the computer system to monitor video poker at betting machines in bars, restaurants and truck stops. But it's going to take months for the company to do its work, meaning video gambling isn'...
Staff WriterPeople could be playing with a new system when they buy their Iowa Lottery tickets next month. Officials say their new computer system soon will be in play at 2,400 retail sites, offering speedier service and lower chances of cheating by unscrupulous...
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Clout StPosted by Monique Garcia at 5:53 p.m. The two companies vying to take over running the Illinois Lottery presented their plans to the public today, with one touting its years of experience in the state and the other promising to......
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