September 2, 2015
LAS VEGAS (AP) - The chief executive of MGM Mirage Inc. has announced plans to retire at the end of the month after more than 13 years with the casino company.
MGM Mirage said Thursday that 65-year-old Terry Lanni will remain a member of the company's board.
Lanni says in a statement that he is recommending Chief Operating Officer Jim Murren as his replacement.
MGM Mirage owns and operates 17 properties in Nevada, New Jersey, Illinois and Macau. It has 50 percent partnerships in four other properties.
Lanni joined the company in June 1995 and guided it through its acquisitions of Mirage Resorts in 2000 and Mandalay Resort Group in
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