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Attorney General comments on federal “mobile cramming” crackdown

June 25, 2013

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JACKSON- Attorney General Jim Hood has joined with 39 other state and territorial attorneys general in sending comments to the U. S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) about stopping mobile cramming, the placement of unauthorized third-party charges on mobile phones, Hood announced today. “This national problem continues to get worse,” Hood said. “We are determined to […]

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Vicksburg’s Ameristar will remain Ameristar when sale goes final

June 20, 2013

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In a business where property name changes are a good bet to follow ownership changes, it appears Vicksburg’s Ameristar Casino will maintain its long-standing identity when it merges with Pinnacle Entertainment later this summer. “There won’t be any name changes,” said Anthony Sanfilippo, chief executive officer of Pinnacle said following the company’s suitability and licensure […]

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Pinnacle resolves FTC complaint in purchase of Ameristar Casinos

June 17, 2013

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Ameristar Casino in Vicksburg

The sale of Ameristar Casinos to Pinnacle Entertainment is ready to move forward after Pinnacle said it has reached a tentative agreement on a complaint by the Federal Trade Commission. The sale includes Ameristar in Vicksburg, which employs 800 at its 72,210-square-foot casino and hotel. In addition to Vicksburg, Ameristar owns and operates casino facilities in St. […]

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Ameristar-Pinnacle deal slowed by FTC issues in Missouri, Louisiana

June 6, 2013

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A complaint by the Federal Trade Commission has slowed Pinnacle Entertainment’s attempt to purchase Ameristar Casinos, which includes Vicksburg’s largest casino. The stockholders of Las Vegas-based Ameristar Casinos Inc. on April 25 approved the company’s planned acquisition by Pinnacle Entertainment, which had been disclosed in December. But Pinnacle is believed to be in talks with […]

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