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Casino owner Steve Wynn (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Wynn Considers Buying Another Casino

Steve Wynn is making a second attempt at a Massachusetts casino.

11/27/2012

Casino owner Steve Wynn (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Judge Cuts Wynn Defamation Award

A Los Angeles judge has cut Steve Wynn’s defamation award.

11/13/2012

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Scammers Using Casino ATMs

Cash advance machines at several Southern Nevada casinos were used in an alleged bank scam.

10/29/2012

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Opponents Weigh In On Tip Sharing Policy

Several groups are joining in the battle against Wynn Resorts’ tip-sharing policy for casino dealers.

10/02/2012

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Wynn Sues For Right To Sell Casino Shares

Wynn Resorts Ltd. board member Elaine Wynn wants to nullify a stockholders’ agreement that restricts her ability to sell her more than $1 billion in shares of the casino company.

06/20/2012

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“Girls Gone Wild” Founder Loses Lawsuit

“Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis has lost a court battle with casino mogul Steve Wynn.

CBS Las Vegas–02/23/2012

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SEC Probes Wynn

Wynn Resorts’ business practices in Macau are under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

CBS Las Vegas–02/14/2012

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Wynn Tip-Sharing Policy Headed To High Court

A fight over a tip-pooling policy that forces some casino workers to share their tips with their supervisors is headed to the state Supreme Court after a district court judge overturned a previous finding by Nevada’s labor commissioner.

FM News 100.5 KXNT–11/13/2011

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Early Morning Fire At The Wynn

An early morning fire has been put out at the Wynn Hotel.

FM News 100.5 KXNT–10/09/2011

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“Girls Gone Wild” Founder Loses In Court

LAS VEGAS (AP) — “Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis thought he’d beaten the house out of a $2 million gambling debt, but the Nevada Supreme Court says he’ll have to pay anyway.

FM News 100.5 KXNT–10/08/2011

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