The resort magnate says he likes doing business in China much better than doing business in the U.S.
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."
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."
Buyer still at large
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.
After a long proxy fight, the board has prevailed and Elaine Wynn no longer has a seat on the board, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. And the FMHR traders weigh in on how to play the stock.
The financial community—including Steve Schwarzman, Ken Griffin and Steve Cohen—will once again figure prominently at Milken.
The owner of the most expensive apartment ever in New York City owes just 0.017 percent in property taxes thanks to a legal loophole.
Drexel Burnham Lambert, the investment bank famous for the high-yield or "junk" bonds it pioneered, filed for bankruptcy on Feb. 13, 1990.
A crackdown in corruption in China that has hushed the once frenzied Macau casino business took its toll on Wynn Resorts in the fourth quarter.
Wynn Resorts is under investigation for potential money-laundering law violations, according to a new report from Dow Jones.
Steve Cohen, whose firm SAC Capital settled criminal insider charges, bought a sculpture at auction last week for $101 million, according to people familiar with the transaction.
Voters in Massachusetts decide Tuesday whether to repeal a law allowing casinos there, after companies like Wynn and MGM have already invested millions. Jane Wells takes a look at potential winners and losers.
Wynn Resorts Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn tells Jane Wells in an exclusive interview that he believes the Ebola problem will not be as contagious as past flus have been.
Wynn Resorts Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn tells Jane Wells in an exclusive interview that he doesn't believe online gambling will be legalized nationally, and he explains why.
Wynn Resorts Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn tells Jane Wells an in exclusive interview that as much of the Vegas strip which had been abandoned is finally being developed, Carl Icahn's Fountainbleau remains empty.
Wynn Resorts Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn tells Jane Wells in an exclusive interview that he would not consider moving his headquarters overseas, even though "The administration wants to punish everybody."
Wynn Resorts chairman and CEO Steve Wynn, does not agree on the punishment of American companies choosing to move overseas.
Wynn Resorts Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn tells Jane Wells in an exclusive interview that he believes the unrest in Hong Kong will "work itself out" and that the Chinese trust their government.
Casino tycoon Steve Wynn says government crackdowns in Macau and protests in Hong Kong don't worry him so much.