U.S. casino growth slows to decade-low in 2001

5/9/2002 (Doug Young, iWon.com) LOS ANGELES, May 8 (Reuters) – Money wagered at U.S. casinos rose at its slowest rate in more than a decade last year, as new casino openings slowed to a crawl and business dropped sharply in Nevada after Sept. 11, according to a report released on Wednesday. Gamblers spent about $25.7 … Read moreU.S. casino growth slows to decade-low in 2001