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Sands Spends Big On Lawsuit
Sands Spends Big On Lawsuit

AIR DATE: December 18, 2012

Senior executives sometimes receive big pay outs when they're dismissed, but this case has become extreme. Las Vegas Sands has spent $60 million in legal fees defending a lawsuit brought in Las Vegas by a former CEO of Sands Macau. His whole contract was worth $10 million. So how did this bitter lawsuit get to be the case that wouldn't settle?
Alexander Berzon, gaming reporter, Wall Street Journal


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