The Massachusetts Gaming Commission expects Steve Wynn’s lawsuit against it and its chief investigator to be dismissed, clearing the way for a suitability hearing for new Wynn Resorts executives and board members.
Wynn Resorts Ltd. is in trouble with Nevada regulators — but not explicitly for its board of directors and executives turning a blind eye toward sexual harassment.
How much, if anything, will Wynn Resorts Ltd. be fined by regulators when the Nevada Gaming Commission meets in a special session Tuesday to consider a 10-count sexual harassment complaint from the state Gaming Control Board?
On Wednesday, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission unanimously voted for its legal team to settle a lawsuit filed against it by former Wynn Resorts CEO Steve Wynn.
A Massachusetts company is using Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s planned settlement of a Nevada complaint as evidence that it was unsuitable for a gaming license and shouldn’t have been picked to build a resort near Boston.
Twelve months to the day since being tapped to lead Wynn Resorts, Matt Maddox — the company’s former chief financial officer and Steve Wynn protege — has helped stabilize the casino operator through quick decisive steps and compromises, analysts said.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board’s settlement with Wynn Resorts Ltd. may benefit investors suing the casino operator’s former directors and officers.
If Wynn Resorts Ltd. CEO Matt Maddox is nervous about upcoming meetings with regulators in Las Vegas and Boston, he didn’t show it Wednesday.