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Australia's Crown Resorts hits pause as China arrests slow turnover
SYDNEY Australian casino giant Crown Resorts Ltd (CWN.AX) said on Thursday it is in a "holding pattern" until it learns the fate of 18 staff detained in China, as plunging turnover from Asian high-rollers drove down underlying half-year profit 9.1 percent.
Australia's Crown Resorts 1st-half net profit up 75 pct on selldowns  Nasdaq
Why the Crown Resorts Ltd share price went nuts on today's results  Motley Fool Australia
China's Foreign Casino Crackdown Sends Shudder Through Industry
Chinese authorities detained 18 employees of Crown Resorts Ltd., the highest-profile crackdown on a foreign casino operator in a year, raising fears anew that the government is tightening its scrutiny of companies that promote gambling abroad.
China Detains Crown Resorts Employees in Gambling Probe  Wall Street Journal
Moody's places Crown Resorts' ratings on review for downgrade
"The reduction in retained cash flow arising from Crown's increased dividend payout and the cessation of dividends from Melco Crown Entertainment Limited (MCE, unrated) will mean that Crown will have less capacity to contribute to the capital cost of ...
Australia's Crown Resorts to Spin Off Most of Its International Operations  Wall Street Journal
Crown Resorts Announces Restructuring Initiatives; Will Spin Melco Crown ...  StreetInsider.com
Crown Resorts Pays $280 Million for Las Vegas Strip Site
Crown Resorts Ltd., the gambling company controlled by billionaire James Packer, plans to open a casino on the Las Vegas Strip after paying $280 million for a site formerly occupied by the New Frontier casino.
Australian Billionaire James Packer Bets on Las Vegas Recovery  Wall Street Journal
Australian billionaire buys New Frontier site  Las Vegas Review-Journal
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Crown Resorts Limited Announces Proposed $60 million Sydney Arts Fund
Earlier this week, Crown Resorts Ltd. was granted final approval by the New South Wales government to develop a casino in Sydney's Barangaroo precinct on Sydney Harbour.
China Arrests 3 Workers From the Australian Casino Operator Crown Resorts
SYDNEY - The Chinese authorities have formally arrested three Australian employees of the casino operator Crown Resorts who had been detained in mid-October in an investigation into the promotion of gambling in China.
Crown Staff Face at Least Two Months Detainment on Arrest  Bloomberg
Billionaire Packer Cuts Crown Resorts Stake in $338 Million Sale
Billionaire James Packer sold a A$448 million ($338 million) stake in Crown Resorts Ltd., reducing his ownership of the Australian casino operator to less than 50 percent.
James Packer Sells Crown Resort Shares, Now Owns Less Than 50 Percent  Casino.Org News
Billionaire Packer Steps Down as Chairman of Crown Resorts
James Packer, Australia's third-richest man, stepped down as chairman of Crown Resorts Ltd. as he seeks to focus on developing the casino group's resorts overseas.
James Packer Stands Down as Crown Resorts Chairman  Wall Street Journal
7 things to know about the profit result of Crown Resorts Ltd  Motley Fool Australia
Crown Seeks Up to $686 Million for Melco Stock in Macau Exit
Billionaire James Packer is moving quickly to offer part of Crown Resorts Ltd.'s remaining stake in its Macau casino venture to institutional investors, after scrapping plans for a gambling empire spanning the world's largest gaming markets.
Why Crown Resorts Ltd is cashing in its China chips  Motley Fool Australia
Crown Resort reports big H1 net profit drop on Macau casino slump
Crown Resorts, Australia's No. 1 casino company, said first-half net profit fell by more than a fifth as a Chinese corruption crackdown continued to hammer turnover at its resorts in the Asian gambling hub of Macau. Net profit for the company, 53 ...
Here's why the Crown Resorts Ltd share price plunged 8% today  Motley Fool Australia
UPDATE 2-Profit slumps at Australia's Crown as Chinese VIPs fold  Reuters