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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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  • Slow Global Growth Vexes Policy Makers
    Six years after tackling the global financial crisis, the world’s top economic policy makers are struggling to exit crisis-management mode and lift growth out of a long-term funk.
  • Many Who Lost Homes to Foreclosure Won't Return: NAR
    Less than one-third of families who lost their homes to foreclosure or other distress events in the past decade are likely to become homeowners again, according to an analysis by the National Association of Realtors.
  • Congress Steps Away From Spending Curbs
    At first glance, fiscal austerity remains the order of the day in Congress. Look closer and there are signs the era of spending restraint is easing.
  • BOJ Chief Says He Sees Progress On Higher Inflation
    The Bank of Japan’s leader said his institution is making real progress in its efforts to raise Japanese inflation back toward desired levels.
  • Neighbors See Bounce in U.S. Growth
    Bank of Canada Gov. Stephen Poloz and Bank of Mexico Gov. Agustín Carstens think the U.S. economy is poised to bounce back after a disappointing first quarter.
  • Consumer Prices Tick Up, in Sign of Emerging Inflation
    U.S. consumer prices increased for the second consecutive month in March after falling through much of the winter, a sign that U.S. inflation may be stabilizing.
  • April Consumer Sentiment Index Rises
    Consumer optimism rebounded in early April, according to data released Friday. Households remain cautious about their outlook for income gains.
  • G-20 Warns of Threats to Global Recovery
    The world’s top finance leaders warned that currency volatility, low inflation and high debt levels threaten to undermine an already uneven global economic recovery.
  • Officials Warn Greece Time Is Tight
    Talks over fresh emergency financing for Greece likely will take several more weeks, even though cash-needy Athens requires a deal to help it meet debt payments due in June, an International Monetary Fund official said.
  • Fed Shies Away From June Rate Increase
    A patch of soft economic data has created uncertainty inside the Federal Reserve about when to start raising short-term interest rates, reducing the probability of a move by midyear.

US Business News

  • Power Companies' Profit Recipe: Just Spend More
    U.S. power companies poured billions into new equipment in the past decade, a spending surge that customers have paid for. One reason behind the heavy spending: It actually boosts utilities’ bottom lines.
  • Behind Ginni Rometty's Plan to Reboot IBM
    Spending time with IBM CEO Ginni Rometty shows how she is trying to reinvent the nearly 104-year-old tech icon while it continues a yearslong slump. Her task is unlike that of past CEOs, who remade IBM by shifting toward new markets it could dominate.
  • EU Targets Russian Gas Giant
    The European Union plans to file formal antitrust charges against Russia’s Gazprom.
  • Bird Flu Hits Iowa Chickens in Escalation of Virus Outbreak
    An Iowa chicken flock has been hit with avian influenza, marking the biggest poultry operation to be affected by a virus outbreak that began last year.
  • Foreign Companies at Risk From Proposed China Law
    Major foreign firms are using a corporate structure in China in a way that may be illegal under a proposed law.
  • New Data Plans Challenge Wireless Carriers
    U.S. wireless carriers in the middle of a price war have been able to take refuge in one fact: Subscribers are often paying for more data than they use. Now that bulwark is under attack as well.
  • Canon Ready to Snap Up Deal
    Canon aims to spend another $3 billion to buy a company in a growth sector—possibly a firm in the area of disposable medical goods.
  • Publicis Posts Sales Jump
    Publicis reported a 32% jump in first-quarter sales, boosted by the strong dollar and its latest digital acquisition.
  • Chip Designer ARM's Profit Rises 36%
    Chip designer ARM reported a 36% rise in first-quarter net profit on strong demand for its technology in smartphones and tablets.
  • SAP Profit Plunges 23%
    German business-software provider SAP posted a net profit decline of 23% for the first quarter as it makes the transition to cloud technology.
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