Casinos and Gaming Steve Wynn

  • Wynn: Trump is 'a friend'

    CNBC's Jane Wells reports on Wynn Resorts' plan to open its new $4.2 billion "Wynn Palace" resort on Monday in Macau, including what CEO Steve Wynn has to say. Wynn also shares his thoughts on the election and Donald Trump.

  • Wynn to open first property on Cotai Strip

    CNBC's Emily Tan talks to Steve Wynn about opening up a big project in a weak market. Also Wynn shares his comments about the upcoming presidential election.

  • MACAU— From a pair of giant golden dragons encircling a vast man-made lagoon to phoenix and cloud motifs inside, Steve Wynn's Macau resort brims with auspicious Chinese symbolism. Macau, a former Portuguese colony near Hong Kong, is the world's biggest casino market, with revenues four times those of the Las Vegas Strip. But China's slowing economy and President...

  • *Wynn Palace most expensive Macau resort yet. *Wynn says Macau becoming "normalized". MACAU, Aug 17- U.S. casino tycoon Steve Wynn's newest pleasure palace in Macau boasts massive dancing fountains but the Chinese territory is anything but bubbly as it prepares to welcome the $4 billion resort to its struggling glitter strip next week.

  • Wynn Politics PKG

    Wynn Resorts' Steve Wynn says he wants a president who is willing to take real responsibility for the American people.

  • Wynn Resorts Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn speaks at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2014 at The Venetian Las Vegas on September 30, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Despite having known Donald Trump for over 30 years, Steve Wynn is surprised at the level of discourse this election.

  • MACAU— From a pair of giant golden dragons encircling a vast man-made lagoon to phoenix and cloud motifs inside, Steve Wynn's Macau resort brims with auspicious Chinese symbolism. The U.S. casino mogul will need luck on his side as launches his $4.2 billion Wynn Palace project in the gambling hub on China's southern coast, where growth is downshifting after...

  • *Wynn Palace most expensive Macau resort yet. MACAU, Aug 17- U.S. casino tycoon Steve Wynn's newest pleasure palace in Macau boasts massive dancing fountains but the Chinese territory is anything but bubbly as it prepares to welcome the $4 billion resort to its struggling glitter strip next week. Casino bosses are upbeat, saying the new resorts on the Cotai strip...

  • Wynn: Same views on China as Disney's Iger

    CNBC's Seema Mody reports on Steve Wynn's investor conference call including the casino CEO's positive view on China. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.

  • March 28- Elaine Wynn, former wife of Wynn Resorts Ltd founder Steve Wynn, sued him on Monday to get control over her nearly 10 percent stake, worth close to $900 million, in the casino company. In papers filed with a state court in Clark County, Nevada, Elaine Wynn is seeking to void the agreement so she can take control of her Wynn Resorts stake, plan her estate to benefit...

  • March 28- Wynn Resorts Ltd Chief Executive Steve Wynn's ex-wife Elaine Wynn has sued the billionaire casino mogul, accusing him of preventing her from exercising her rights as the company's stockholder and orchestrating her ouster from its board. Elaine, who owned 9.4 percent of Wynn Resorts' shares as of Feb. 18, has also named the company's general counsel,...

  • The "Fast Money" traders have their eye on some bets based on the idea that Asian gaming hub Macau may be stabilizing.

  • A dealer handles gaming chips at a baccarat table inside the Venetian Macau resort and casino, operated by Sands China Ltd., a unit of Las Vegas Sands Corp., in Macau, China.

    Investors look ahead to earnings from gaming companies, hoping for good news from the sector, the Chinese economy and Macau.

  • Steve Wynn buys 1M shares of Wynn Resorts

    Wynn Resorts has announced its CEO Steve Wynn has purchased one million shares of his own company's stock, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu.

  • Marissa Mayer, Yahoo

    CEO Marissa Mayer gets an impressive $157.9 million even if Yahoo is sold off. But a few CEOs get even more.

  • Wynn Macau casino resort in Macau, China.

    The resort magnate says he likes doing business in China much better than doing business in the U.S.

  • Steve Wynn loved China a year ago

    As Wynn Resorts continues to struggle in Macau, CEO Steve Wynn is frustrated. It's different than his opinion a year ago, when he said, "The regulatory burden in China is infinitesimal compared to the crap that we get in America."

  • Wynn on China last May: 'China is in a state of change'

    Steve Wynn's statement on the Chinese government have grown more cautious over the last year. In May, he sat down with CNBC's Eunice Yoon and said, "It's not a good idea to make businesses insecure."

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  • Steve Wynn's stack on chips

    CNBC's Eunice Yoon sits down with Steve Wynn of Wynn Resorts, to discuss the state of Macau, growth in Las Vegas, and the public dispute over the removal of his ex-wife from the board.