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Steve Wynn

  1. long vs short
    Long vs Short: Can Wynn Casinos Recover From Steve Wynn’s #MeToo Scandal?The stock is down by half since the Vegas icon and Trump crony exited the company in disgrace last year.
  2. Steve Wynn Resigns As CEO of Wynn Resorts Amid Sexual-Misconduct AllegationsIt’s unclear whether this is enough to make the RNC give back donations from its former finance chairman.
  3. Steve Wynn Is a Shining Example of Republican HypocrisyUnless Republicans give all his money back, their Harvey Weinstein outrage was — shock! — all just an act.
  4. Steve Wynn Resigns As RNC Finance Chair After Sexual-Misconduct AllegationsThe casino mogul has been accused of long-standing sexual misconduct toward his employees.
  5. Steve Wynn, Casino Mogul and RNC Finance Chair, Accused of Sexual MisconductPresident Trump’s rival turned friend says, “The idea that I ever assaulted any woman is preposterous.”
  6. Trump Nearly Deported a Chinese Dissident — at a Casino Magnate’s RequestTrump was set to deport Guo Wengui on the advice of a GOP donor with interests in China. Then, he learned that Guo was a member of Mar-a-Lago.
  7. the most important people in the world
    Clooney Defended Obama Against Steve Wynn“When he’s drinking, he considers himself a close personal buddy of the president,” says Wynn.
  8. vu.
    Steve Wynn Buys Into the PlazaThe purchase price was somewhere above $20 million.
  9. gossipmonger
    Russell Brand Made Out With Someone’s GrandmaDon’t tell Katy Perry.
  10. gossipmonger
    Adrian Grenier Banged Bongos in BrooklynPlus: Victoria Beckham does the robot dance, Jamie-Lynn Sigler plays ping-pong, and other expressions of celebrity joy, in today’s gossip roundup.
  11. gossipmonger
    Was Movie Airbrushing Not Enough for the ‘Sex and the City’ Girls?Plus gossip on Warren Buffett, 50 Cent, and Anne Hathaway, in today’s column roundup.
  12. intel
    Spitzer to Split Up Control of New York’s Three Racing TracksAs one of the many controversy-spurning agenda items Eliot Spitzer has to deal with, we hear some progress being made in the ongoing discussions with Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno over Bruno’s pet issue: the future of the New York horse-racing industry. One source involved in the private talks tells us that the tentative plan is to split up control of each of New York’s three horse-racing tracks: Saratoga, Belmont, and Aqueduct. The New York Racing Association (which faces an expiration date at the end of this year) will get to keep control of the track in Saratoga, and thus stay alive. This would help the Spitzer administration avoid a potentially lengthy lawsuit.