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The Wynn-Okada Feud
The Wynn-Okada Feud

AIR DATE: February 28, 2012

Earlier this week, the Wynn Resorts board of directors bought back shares controlled by Kazuo Okada. But the Japanese businessman did not want to sell. So the lawsuits proliferate in the dispute between Wynn Resorts and its once largest shareholder. What does it all mean? And where will it end?
I. Nelson Rose, Prof of Law, Whittier Law School
Steve Friess, freelance journalist

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