Playing for A Wynn

Greenwald, John; Ressner, Jeffrey
March 2000
Time International (South Pacific Edition);3/6/2000, Issue 9, p52
Discusses the MGM Grand bid for Mirage Resorts in Las Vegas, Nevada. Rivalry between casino executives Steve Wynn, chairman of Mirage, and billionaire Kirk Kerkorian; Effect of the bid on the gaming industry.


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