Las Vegas Sands Corp. regrets to report the death of Jeffrey H. Schwartz, a member of the company's board of directors, on November 19, 2014. Mr. Schwartz was a valued member of our board of directors who made many contributions to our company and the community. We extend our sincere condolences to Mr. Schwartz's family.
Wasn't it a few weeks ago and $71 a few months ago? Still need to finish over $64.50..I guess we still have next week if it doesn't make it today....
Good morning..Let's see if it has enough gas to close over $64.50.. Could be a good day.. Good luck to all longs..(o:
said it received a government request for information, though the company is unaware of any criminal investigation.
The Internal Revenue Service sent a letter to Donald Campbell, an outside attorney representing Wynn Resorts, asking for information about the Las Vegas-based casino operator’s top 100 customers from North America and top 50 in each of Asia, Europe and Latin America, the Wall Street Journal reported earlier.
The letter asked for dates of birth, Social Security numbers and other information, as well an organizational chart of Wynn Resorts senior management and specifics about internal money-laundering safeguards, the newspaper said.
Michael Weaver, a spokesman for Wynn Resorts, said the company has “serious doubts” a criminal investigation is taking place.
“No agency has notified the company that it is under any investigation,” Weaver said in an e-mail. “The fact that information is requested from us by a governmental agency in no way implies the accusation of any wrongdoing by the company.”
Grant Williams, a spokesman for the IRS, said the agency is prohibited from discussing specific taxpayers. Campbell, the outside lawyer for Wynn, didn’t respond to a request for comment.
Federal regulators have called on casino operators to more closely scrutinize customers, out of concern for illegal activity. Las Vegas Sands Corp. (LVS) agreed to forfeit $47.4 million to end a federal money-laundering probe by Andre Birotte, the U.S. Attorney in Los Angeles, last year, without admitting any wrongdoing.
Macau’s anti-corruption agency has said it is examining a land deal by Wynn Resorts in that region’s Cotai Strip. Wynn Resorts has said it is cooperating with investigators there and doesn’t believe it did anything wrong.
Wynn Resorts fell 1.2 percent to $177.85 at the close in New York today. The shares are down 8.4 percent this year.
We'll see. Nothing many other presidents haven't done.. Only an executive order. Can be overturned when Republicans take control.. Too much being made of it for political purposes . Best thing for the country is both parties get to work and do something..Compromise!!
I always say: You have a beautiful sister..LOL
He may still give Congress some time to work out a bill. How about 90 days? Vegas has the most illegal aliens in a large city..Can't work in a casino without legal status.
Caesars Entertainment - The casino operator jumped in after-hours trading after Bloomberg News reported it had pitched a strategy to restructure the debt of its biggest unit to a real estate investment trust. UP $1.30.. How about LVS?
He told Yahoo board he will be back on board soon..Leaving Vegas. Must have had a bad experience calling Vegas a cesspool.
Just gave shorts a better entry point.. Option markets will move this where they want it no matter what.. Still want a close over $64.50 but buybacks not doing it..
He's been missing in action for at least two years.. He formed the LVSMOMO board before he left..You can join and ask. Others might know..Colt is running that board now,