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Holtman, Andy
October 2006
Casino Journal;Oct2006, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p7
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The article reports that Boyd Gaming agreed to sell its South Coast Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada to Michael Gaughan. Gaughan promoted the planning and construction of the property. Gaughan had a meeting with Bill Boyd, Boyd Chairman, and told Boyd that he wants to return to the entrepreneurial business. According to Gaughan, he expected the property to have an operating profit of $40 million for 2006.


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