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Steve Wynn Caught In Middle Of Ex-Wife, Board Proxy Fight

Posted: 04/16/2015 - Elaine Wynn says she has her ex-husband Steve Wynn's endorsement in her battle to remain on the board of the casino-hotel company they co-founded after the company's directors voted not to re-nominate her.

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