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Topic - Sheldon Adelson
A divided Nevada Supreme Court revived a defamation lawsuit Friday filed by a former Las Vegas Sands Corp. executive against billionaire Chairman Sheldon Adelson.
Luck has run out for Las Vegas' push to bring the Republican Party's next presidential nominating convention to Sin City. Cincinnati also has withdrawn from the list of possible hosts.
The glittering Manhattan event with Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson is over. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's promising press reviews about his keynote speech at the gathering continue. He struck a fierce, presidential and emotionally charged pose before a very influential audience, speaking out about America's role in the world, and in the future.
Alas. Whenever The New York Times has troubles, a certain giddy schadenfreude descends upon onlookers who relish the spectacle. This time, The Times has had a seismic disturbance on par with the plagiarism episode 11 years ago that yielded resignations at the highest levels and prompted management to call all 1,200 employees together to talk about it. For hours.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is raising some eyebrows in a new TV interview with his assessment of Sheldon Adelson, a big-time political donor from Las Vegas.
Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson urged students to challenge the status quo, made a moral case against online gambling and extolled Republican virtues during a talk about leadership Monday at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Casino giant Las Vegas Sands Corp. said its first-quarter net income rose 36 percent due to a strong performance in Macau, the world's largest gambling market.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie apologized to Sheldon Adelson on Saturday after he referred to the West Bank as "occupied territories" during a speech at an Republican Jewish Coalition event.
Gov. Scott Walker and a host of possible presidential hopefuls for 2016 are headed to Las Vegas for a high-profile Republican meeting at a casino owned by a billionaire who made the second-highest single campaign donation in Wisconsin history.
Casino giant Las Vegas Sands Corp. said Tuesday that hacking into their websites and internal systems last week went deeper than the company had previously known.
Casino giant Las Vegas Sands Corp. has restored its websites a week after they were hacked.
Hackers breached the websites of all Las Vegas Sands Corp. websites Tuesday morning, and the home pages of some of the world's largest casinos remained down through the day.
Sheldon Adelson, the Las Vegas casino magnate and GOP megadonor, is raising the stakes in the battle over online gambling by throwing his financial muscle behind a national campaign to end Internet gambling altogether. That puts him at odds with a number of fellow billionaires.
New Jersey became the third state in the U.S. and the biggest venue to legalize and offer online gambling to the public.
Even Sheldon Adelson only gets to vote once.
"From the time of Confucius ... nobody has been able to suggest that the Chinese and other Asian peoples don't want to challenge luck," Adelson said on a conference call with analysts. "They have been wanting to challenge luck for 3,000 years and nothing, through thick or thin, tall or short, slim or fat, nothing has stopped them, and I don't think anything will."