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Mandalay Resort Group had a corporate Ethernet-over-fiber metro area network between its five Strip properties that had previously been upgraded to Nortel Networks Passport 8600s.
Mandalay Resort Group and Park Place Entertainment Corp.
For example, the bill lets gambling giants such as Park Place, Harrah's and Mandalay Resort Group, with numerous resorts around Nevada, shift booze from overstocked to under-stocked properties in Las Vegas--but not to affiliates in the Reno or Tahoe areas.
Mandalay Resort Group (NYSE: MBG) was $22.50 at that time; the stock moved up to more than $25, then retreated to well under $20.
Mike Rhodes, Mandalay Resort Group Inc.'s corporate director of retail distribution and president of JDA's Users Group, also plans to upgrade to MMS 4R5.
After the misfire of "Chicago," Mandalay Resort Group prexy Glenn Schaeffer calls "Mama Mia!" the perfect Vegas show.
Where such theatrical experiences as "Stomp" and "De La Guarda" had short runs in Vegas, "BMG" continues to sell out well into its third year at the Luxor Theater, also owned by Mandalay Resort Group. It's an infinitely glitzier cousin to what plays at the tiny Astor Place Theater in the East Village.
Meanwhile, another Sloan pick, casino operator Circus Circus Enterprises--now trading under the new name Mandalay Resort Group (NYSE: MBG)--has languished as Wall Street has cast doubts on a recent construction boom on Las Vegas' famed Strip.