55 In December, the company decided, after performing due diligence, not to make an offer for the Diamond.
(subscription required) Perlstein, Michael (April 20, 1994).4, contents, history edit, advanced Patent Technology edit, advanced Patent Technology was founded in 1968 by Jack Solomon and Alvin Snapper, 5 entrepreneurs who held patents in fields including medicine, optics, and electronics.In March 1983 to better reflect its focus.42 Within months of the Kirkland investment, United partnered in a bid for a gaming license in Evansville, Indiana, to build the River City Casino, 43 was in discussions to acquire a stake in the under-development Diamond Jo Casino in Dubuque, Iowa, 44 45 agreed.63 In June 1995, with Bally already considering a buyout offer from WMS Industries, Alliance made an unsolicited offer of 210 million in cash, stock, and assumed debt.SG, WMS and, shuffle Master.Holien, Mick (July 16, 2003).Bush 's ties to Rainwater, a fellow member of the group that owned the Texas Rangers baseball team, became a campaign issue in the 1994 race for governor because of Rainwater's involvement in gambling, make your own rock and roll bingo Kirkland head Joel Kirschbaum described Rainwater's interest in the company.65 Bally called Alliance's offer "illusory and highly conditional" on financing, 66 and said that WMS stock would give shareholders more long-term value than Alliance stock, 67 and that a combination of Alliance and Bally would be so undercapitalized as to raise licensing concerns among.
(subscription required) "Advanced Patent Technology offering".(subscription required) "United Gaming unit's casino project on 'indefinite hold."Alliance Gaming announces first Blondie progressive jackpot and game approvals in Mississippi" (Press release).106 Today, Bally constitute one of the four brands of Scientific Games, along with SG, WMS and Shuffle Master.93 In December, Alliance agreed to sell the Rail City casino to Sands Regent for 38 million.94 Meanwhile, Alliance considered acquiring Multimedia Games, a leading maker of Class II machines for Indian casinos and bingo halls, but the asking price was too high.