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Crown employees down tools in pay standoff


Employees of Crown Resorts in Melbourne downed tools on Tuesday and threatened the first strike in 16 years to press for wage increases and better conditions.

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AFP drops investigation into Tabcorp bribery allegations


The Australian Federal Police has dropped the investigation into foreign bribery allegations from wagering giant Tabcorp to the family of the Cambodia

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Suncity says chairman not under investigation in Australia


Suncity Group Holdings has issued a statement denying media reports that its chairman and controlling shareholder, Alvin Chau, is under investigation by Australian authorities.

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Crown misconduct whistleblower had claims dismissed by VCGLR: Wilkie


The whistleblower who alleged serious misconduct at Crown Casino has had their allegations dismissed by Victoria’s gambling regulator because they w

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Las Vegas Sands settles lawsuit with former Macau CEO


Macau operator Sands China and parent company Las Vegas Sands Corp have settled a lawsuit filed by a former chief executive. Steve Jacobs, who headed

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Tabcorp faces new allegations from financial regulator


Tabcorp will be facing new charges after Australia’s financial intelligence agency increased its case against the wagering giant with new allegation

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Las Vegas Sands to pay $9 million to settle SEC allegations


Casino operator Las Vegas Sands Corp. has agreed to pay $9 million to settle SEC allegations that it violated anti-bribery law, local media reports. T

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Amaya chairman and chief executive takes temporary leave of absence


Montreal-based Amaya Inc. today announced its chairman and chief executive officer David Baazov has taken a voluntary indefinite paid leave of absence

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Baazov charged with insider trading over PokerStars takeover in 2014


Chief executive of Montreal-based Amaya Inc, and two of his associates have been charged by Quebec’s securities regulator with insider trading over

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Cambodia probe could cost Tabcorp upwards of A$120 million; CLSA


The Cambodian bribery allegations could cost Tabcorp up to $120 million (US$90.4 million) in costs and penalties, according to Sydney Morning Herald q

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REXLot Holdings says allegations against company are untrue


REXLot Holdings Limited said it has reviewed a report containing various allegations against the company and found it to be unsubstantiated and untrue

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