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Adelson Takes The Stand In Breach Of Contract Case
Adelson Takes The Stand In Breach Of Contract Case

AIR DATE: April 15, 2013

Las Vegas Sands CEO Sheldon Adelson testified in court last week in a breach of contract case filed against his company by a Chinese businessman. Sands is being sued by Hong Kong businessman Richard Suen who alleges he is owed millions for brokering a deal that helped Sands obtain a gaming license in Macau. Review Journal Columnist John L. Smith was in the courtroom for some of the testimony and he joins us to talk about the case.


John L. Smith, columnist, Las Vegas Review Journal

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