Wynn, Steve

    Company: Wynn Resorts

    Family Name: Wynn

    Given Name: Steve

    Role: Co-Founder

    Profile: Before the collapse of his reputation in early 2018 over multple sexual assault allegations, Steve Wynn was regarded as a titan of the Las Vegas gaming industry, in which he had worked since 1967. Much later in his career, Wynn co-founded Wynn Resorts, whose IR developments in Las Vegas and Macau were regarded as some of the most innovative and well-designed.

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