Friday’s headlines: Steve Wynn sells all of his shares of Wynn Resorts, Reno businessman plans $100M investment to revitalize SLS, Clark County School Board OKs settlement and Kevin Child vows to sue
Steve Wynn, who settled with two former female employees who accused him of sexual misconduct, skipped his own company’s mandatory sexual harassment awareness training, court testimony shows.
Lawyers for Elaine Wynn told a Nevada judge on Friday there is a “second settlement” involving Steve Wynn during a bitter hearing in which the judge advised both sides to act like adults.
The procedure runs parallel to Wynn Resorts’ surprise move Monday to drop all claims against Steve Wynn’s former business partner Kazuo Okada, ending a six-year legal battle that followed his ouster from Wynn’s board of directors.
The Moody Blues, who issued that masterpiece in 1967, are returning to Encore Theater for an engagement past their four-show spree in January.
Lawyers for Kazao Okada on Friday said the Japanese businessman was blindsided by the $2.4 billion settlement reached a day earlier between Wynn Resorts and his Universal Entertainment Corp.
Shares of Wynn Resorts Ltd. were one of the strong gainers Thursday on Wall Street.
The state of Oregon has sued Nevada gambling mogul Steve Wynn and the board of directors of Wynn Resorts Ltd. for allegedly failing to act in the best interests of shareholders and stop sexual misconduct at the company, state officials said Wednesday.