LAS VEGAS (AP) — A judge says billionaire casino magnate and Las Vegas newspaper owner Sheldon Adelson can be questioned for up to 49 hours beginning next week by lawyers for a former Macau casino executive who claims he was wrongly fired in 2010.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The company owned by billionaire casino magnate and Las Vegas newspaper owner Sheldon Adelson lost a bid to oust the Nevada judge handling a years-long legal fight by a former Macau casino executive who claims wrongful termination.
The new year’s fresh bouquet of Chris Brown headlines (sample: “Chris Brown allegedly punched woman in the eye at Palms hotel in Las Vegas”) nicely underlined Tovin Lapan’s tough piece about alleged celebrity abusers in our January issue.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The editor of the Las Vegas Review-Journal is leaving after a week of turmoil sparked by the sale of Nevada's largest newspaper to the family of casino magnate and Republican party kingmaker Sheldon Adelson.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Nevada judge is keeping sealed a legal exhibit that a newspaper, a union and a Washington, DC-based advocacy group sought to make public in a closely-watched wrongful termination case against casino company Las Vegas Sands Corp., Sands China Ltd.
Las Vegas Sands Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson has quickly developed a reputation as the go-to guy for Republican finance directors. And, according to a new report on the Politico Web site, he is reveling in his new role.
At the height of the economic downturn shares in Las Vegas Sands dipped by as much as 80%. Through those tough times however Sands CEO, Sheldon Adelson resisted refinancing the company's debt and insisted Sands shares would rebound eventually.