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Las Vegas Sands facing new suit over 2008 stock price decline
Las Vegas Sands Corp. may be in sound financial condition today, but some shareholders are still trying to recover losses from a steep decline in the company's stock price in late 2008.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. sued in Macau for $375 million by ex-partner
HONG KONG (AP) -- Las Vegas Sands Corp., the U.S. gambling company controlled by billionaire Sheldon Adelson, is being sued for $375 million in a Macau court over the way it won a lucrative gaming license in the Asian casino hub.
Las Vegas Sands faces $375 million lawsuit  GlobalPost
Ten Stocks for March Madness  Benzinga
Las Vegas Sands Said to Hire Banks as Coordinators for $3.7 Billion Loan
March 9 (Bloomberg) -- Las Vegas Sands Corp. hired DBS Bank Ltd., Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. and United Overseas Bank Ltd.
Watchdog: Mob Ties at Chinese Casinos Owned by US Firms?
The scrutiny comes at an unusually sensitive time for one of the largest gambling operators -- Las Vegas Sands Corporation.
US-owned casinos in China with mob ties?  Daily Caller
Ranking the World's Richest People
Coming in, somewhat ironically, at number thirteen on the list is casino and hotel magnate Sheldon Adelson, chairman and CEO of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation (NYSE: LVS), with a net worth of $25.7 billion. Lakshmi Mittal is the chairman of ...
Slim Beats Gates in Global Daily Ranking of Billionaires  Bloomberg
Carlos Slim, Bill Gates and Warren Buffet top list of top 20 billionaires in ...  Daily Mail
Las Vegas Sands Faces $375 Million Suit by Former Macau Partner
HONG KONG - Las Vegas Sands, the casino operator controlled by the billionaire Sheldon G. Adelson and his family, is facing a new $375 million lawsuit over how the company won a lucrative gambling license in Macau. A filing submitted to a court in the ...
Sands building boom to continue in Bethlehem
Adelson in recent weeks has made international headlines for giving millions to presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, but that's pocket change compared with the tens of billions Adelson's Las Vegas Sands Corp. is spending on new casino resorts in China ...
How to Value Gaming Stocks  Motley Fool
Spanish Sin City? Country Sees Gamble In Vision Of Its Own Las Vegas
Adelson and his company, Las Vegas Sands Corp., will decide by the summer which city to build in if they reach a deal with Spanish authorities.
Inside Gaming Litigation Edition: Mo' Money, Mo' Problems for Sands and Wynn
A new shareholder lawsuit was filed today against the board of the Las Vegas Sands Corp., contending that mismanagement was the primary cause of the company's 2008 drop in stock price and that the economic recession merely exacerbated it.
Macau Casino Owners Bet Everyone Wins as Adelson Expands: Retail  Bloomberg
Place Your Bets: Which Gambling Hot Spot Now Dwarfs Las Vegas?  DailyFinance
Wynn Resorts advances on Fortune list of admired companies
They are, in order, Las Vegas Sands Corp., MGM Resorts International, Accor and Caesars Entertainment Corp. Fortune, which uses surveys of business people to compile its rankings, said Apple topped its overall list of the world's most admired companies ...
Wild and Woolly Trading Lifts Wynn Resorts on a Mistake  Forbes