Wynn Resorts execs covered Steve Wynn’s ass

The long-awaited report of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) revealed that executives of Wynn Resorts either looked the other way or actively participated in the cover-up of sexual misconduct allegations against their former CEO Steve Wynn. The report said the actions of these executives “made it exceedingly difficult, if not impossible, for gaming regulators to detect potentially derogatory information though typical regulatory means.” The report was released during the first day of the hearing to grant Wynn a license to operate its $2.6b Encore Boston Harbor casino this June.
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The long-awaited report of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) revealed that executives of Wynn Resorts either looked the other way or actively participated in the cover-up of sexual misconduct allegations against their former CEO Steve Wynn. The report said the actions of these executives “made it exceedingly difficult, if not impossible, for gaming regulators to detect potentially derogatory information though typical regulatory means.” The report was released during the first day of the hearing to grant Wynn a license to operate its $2.6b Encore Boston Harbor casino this June.

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