Caesar's Entertainment finally cashed in its chips in Macau. The company sold a golf course it had been holding onto in hopes of getting a gaming concession. But executives finally gave up on that quest and sold the land for $430 million. Also, an appeals court ruling on a poker case has the poker world in a stir.
I. Nelson Rose, professor, Whittier Law School
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