Sheldon Adelson is considering the unthinkable: selling his Las Vegas casinos. After decades as one of the biggest magnates on the Strip - presiding over properties like the Venetian and before
A Macau court has ruled that Asian American, a former business partner of Las Vegas Sands, can proceed with a lawsuit seeking billions of dollars in damages for breaking the terms of
Sheldon Adelson, 82, is grateful to the MSAR because he understands that his license to operate here is “a privilege.” That is why he also plays
Las Vegas casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson said he expects Macau’s economy and hard-hit casino industry, in the midst of an 18-month downturn, to start recovering next year. “I think we are
Robert Goldstein, chief operating officer of parent company Las Vegas Sands Corp., will be appointed interim president of Sands China and his position re-designated as executive director of the company.
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