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This post has been corrected and updated, as indicated below.LAS VEGAS – A Hong Kong businessman hit a $70-million court-awarded jackpot Tuesday when a jury agreed that he had helped the casino empire run by billionaire Sheldon Adelson get a gambling foothold in China. This is the second time in five...
LAS VEGAS — Billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson looked relaxed. His arm was slung over the back of the courtroom witness chair with the cozy demeanor of a guest on an afternoon talk show. He was dressed impeccably in a gray business suit,...
LAS VEGAS — For years, he's been the Wizard of the Strip, an Oz-like character whose wealth and power have never been in doubt but who has stayed behind a curtain, away from public exposure. Sheldon Adelson, 79, who rose from impoverished roots in...
Las Vegas Sands Corp., the casino behemoth run by Republican fundraiser and billionaire Sheldon Adelson, is facing criticism for its operations in Spain and Macau. The gambling company recently acknowledged it is likely that in Macau it violated the...
Casino mogul and Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson laid out a litany of policy positions — pro-choice on abortion, in favor of eventual citizenship for undocumented immigrants, supportive of “socialized” healthcare — that...
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It’s all about swing states in today’s presidential election. So here’s another swing-state nugget, courtesy of Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at BMO Private Bank. Swing-state stocks have outpaced the Standard & Poor’s...
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Money & CompanyNevada casinos see huge drop in gambling revenue...
Culture Monster-- Generous legacy: The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens in San Marino -- named as an heir in the will of arts patron Frances Brody -- may receive the largest cash gift in its history after the sale......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSingapore — FROM inside the gaping mouth of the Merlion, nine stories above ground, I surveyed the island of Sentosa and, across the harbor, the skyline of Singapore. The Merlion — half fish (as in mermaid) and half lion (as in the Lion City)...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterYOU know you're on the map as a great shopping city when Barneys New York opens its most decadent store in years on your main street. The influential retailer, famous for its kooky window displays and inspired mix of up-and-coming and established...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen the cold call came from Ameriquest Mortgage Co., a top lender, Jeff and Cheryl Busby were intrigued. They had been wanting to renovate the garage of their small bungalow, a stone's throw from picturesque Green Lake. The agent, they said, promised...
Tags: U.S. Department of State, Politics, Fraud, Global Change, Values
Philadelphia Daily NewsWHEN UNDERGOING a double mastectomy, a good surgeon and tons of support are essential. The spouse or partner has to be fully on-board for a complete recovery. Following news that Angelina Jolie had the operation after she learned she carried the...
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