Scientific Games Corp

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    Consumer

    Must-know: The most popular casino games

    Casinos’ popularity is growing. This suggests that people like to gamble occasionally. Unfortunately, they don’t always win. For most of the people, the real fun is playing the game—not necessarily winning.

    By Shawn Bolton
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    Fund Managers

    AQR Capital initiated position in Bally Technologies Inc.

    AQR Capital initiated a position in Bally Technologies during the third quarter of 2014 that accounts for 0.22% of the fund’s 3Q14 portfolio.

    By Diana Key
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    Consumer

    Scientific Games Merger Expected To Yield Cost Synergies

    Scientific Games expects to achieve ~$220 million in cost synergies and $25 million in capital expenditure savings by consolidating operations.

    By Shawn Bolton
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    Consumer

    Scientific Games: Strategic Acquisition of Bally Technologies

    In its merger agreement with Bally Technologies, Scientific Games agreed to acquire all outstanding Bally common stock for $83.3 cash per share.

    By Shawn Bolton
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    Consumer

    Consolidated Scientific Games: A Stronger Management Team

    The executive management team of SGMS includes President and CEO Gavin Isaacs and Executive Vice President and CFO Scott Schweinfurth.

    By Shawn Bolton
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    Consumer

    GAMCO Investors adds new stake in Bally Technologies

    Mario Gabelli’s GAMCO Investors began a new position in Bally Technologies Inc. (BYI) during the third quarter. The position accounted for 0.11% of the fund’s 3Q14 portfolio.

    By Samantha Nielson
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    Consumer

    Acquisitions Help Casinos Grow Inorganically

    Scientific Games agreed to buy WMS Industries for $1.5 billion, emerging as a global supplier of lottery equipment and slot machines to casinos.

    By Shawn Bolton
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    Basic Materials

    What Drove Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital’s Gains in Q2?

    In contrast to last year, Greenlight Capital’s performance this year has been improving. In 2018, GLRE fell 34%, vastly underperforming the markets.

    By Anuradha Garg
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