The Boston Globe wants MA to force out Wynn Resorts CEO

Wynn Resorts is planning on banning its co-founder from all of its properties

Wynn Resorts is planning on banning its co-founder from all of its properties

Those suggestions include a compliance committee to investigate sexual assault claims, an annual audit of their policies, routine discrimination and harassment training for their staff, to stay away from Steve Wynn's lawyers, and to otherwise keep the MGC in the loop on every complaint raised.

The casino mogul was not in attendance Tuesday when the gaming commission of the state opened a set of hearings into the response. As Steve Wynn's handpicked successor and right hand man for several years, The Boston Globe's Joan Vennochi argued he should be forced to resign, as he carries a reminder of Steve's bad behavior, and likely helped hide it in some manner. "Matt will do an excellent job leading our team of 25,000 employees worldwide, and with the expected opening of our US$2.6 billion Encore Boston Harbor destination resort in Everett, Massachusetts".

The vote of confidence comes despite the Nevada Gaming Commission slapping Wynn Resorts with a US$20 million fine in February for its failure to investigate claims of sexual harassment by multiple women against the company's founder and former Chairman Steve Wynn.

The analysis was released on if Wynn officials intentionally hid information concerning the allegations, which Steve Wynn has denied, when it sought a casino license in 38, because a string of hearings opened.

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MA gambling labs are holding hearings and releasing a research to Wynn Resorts handled allegations of sexual misconduct.

Wynn Resorts has received a much-needed boost in the wake of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission's recent three-day license hearing, with the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) officially declaring CEO Matt Maddox suitable to hold office.

The series of hearings opening Tuesday at Boston have consequences for the Las Vegas company's MA casino permit and Encore Boston Harbor, the $2.6 billion hotel in Everett it plans to start in June.

It's not clear why Wynn Resorts isn't pursuing the proposed steps on its own.

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