Wynn Shares Drop After Company Replaces Wynn Macau PresidentBy and
Departure a sign of ‘disappointing’ start at new Wynn Palace
Macau gambling may be further hit when Chinese premier visits
Wynn Resorts Ltd. fell the most in more than five weeks after the company replaced the president of a Macau subsidiary who led the development of its new $4.2 billion Wynn Palace resort following a sluggish opening in August.
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