Steve Wynn

Kim Sinatra leaving Wynn Resorts

Kim Sinatra leaving Wynn Resorts

Was allegedly aware of settlement with manicurist

WYNN RESORTS IS PARTING WAYS with a top executive who apparently had been aware of a $7.5 million private legal settlement Steve Wynn had negotiated with a former employee to settle allegations of sexual misconduct. In a short, two-sentence filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday, Wynn said Kim Sinatra would step down(...)

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Hustle up Gaming Commission

Hustle up Gaming Commission

No decision yet on the opening of a Wynn Resorts casino in Everett

It may be time for the Massachusetts Gaming Commission to make up its mind about the suitability of Wynn Resorts to open a casino in Everett because the uncertainty is starting to take a toll. Wynn CEO Matt Maddox hosted a conference call with financial analysts on Tuesday after the release of the company’s first(...)

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Steve Wynn’s residual influence

Steve Wynn’s residual influence

Gaming Commission moving cautiously amid reports Everett facility for sale

Steve Wynn is gone from the company that bears his name, but is his influence really gone? It’s a question the members of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission are starting to grapple with as they decide whether the alleged sexual misconduct that cost Wynn his job will also cost the company its Massachusetts casino license. Wynn(...)

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Has Wynn’s luck run out?

Has Wynn’s luck run out?

The MA Gaming Commission has a tough hand to play

It was a good run for Wynn Resorts, the gambling behemoth that landed the big prize in the state’s casino sweepstakes when it was awarded the one license to run a casino (i.e., print money) in the Boston region. But as the company moguls well know, luck is fickle thing. Indeed, their entire business model(...)

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Was Lightbody in or was he out?

Was Lightbody in or was he out?

Jury must decide whether backdated documents were real or bogus

JURORS IN THE FEDERAL conspiracy trial of three men involved in the sale of the Everett land for a Wynn casino began deliberations Thursday with both prosecutors and defense attorneys in agreement on the core question. “This really is a simple case,” Assistant US Attorney Kristina Barclay said during her closing argument. “Was Charlie Lightbody(...)

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