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How Did The Head Of Cantor Keep His Job?
How Did The Head Of Cantor Keep His Job?

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AIR DATE: January 22, 2014

The Nevada Gaming Control Board is expected to sign off on a $5.5 million fine against Cantor Gaming. That's the largest fine in the agency's history. And yet, the head of the bookmaking operation will keep his job, even after acknowledging that he should have known about the illicit activities carried out by his underlings. So how did this happen? And what will the fine mean for the sports betting giant?

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John L. Smith, reporter, Daily Beast

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