It never occurred to Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox that what he thought was a prank telephone call in 2002 would ultimately lead to a possible appearances before regulators to answer questions about his boss and mentor, Steve Wynn.
Days before an upcoming foreclosure sale, the Lucky Dragon is now in bankruptcy.
Newly appointed Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox told hundreds of Wynn Las Vegas employees Monday the company will continue efforts to build its Paradise Park and Wynn West projects on the Strip as well as complete Wynn Boston Harbor in Massachusetts and build more hotel rooms in Macau.
If the sights from New York-New York’s roller coaster didn’t thrill riders enough, they can now chase an alien along a desert cliff for an extra $5.
Women who claimed they were victims of Steve Wynn’s alleged sexual harassment and improprieties two decades ago said Wednesday they felt vindication after hearing news of the casino developer’s resignation.
What’s next for Steve Wynn? Review-Journal reporters Rick Velotta and John Katsilometes go over the new developments on the Steve Wynn and what is next for the company.
With deals, acquisitions, buyouts and the dramatic launch of new resorts, Steve Wynn has left an oversized impression on the gaming industry in Las Vegas, the U.S. and as far away as Macau.
Auctioneer Heather Ebneter on Tuesday told a crowd of about 30 people – including downtown casino owner Derek Stevens – that the foreclosure sale for the Lucky Dragon was postponed to Feb. 22.