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Sheldon Adelson ist der beste !

eröffnet am: 09.11.09 15:44 von: Rico11
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09.11.09 15:44 #1  Rico11
Sheldon Adelson ist der beste ! Ich hoffe, daß ich in diesem Alter auch noch die Energie
von Sheldon Adelson habe.  
13.11.09 23:21 #3  kadmon
LVS um welches Unternehme­n es sich handelt, und auch andere Casinos sind gefragt.

13.11.09 23:32 #4  kadmon
und hier noch die neuesten Nachrichte­n vieler Casinostoc­ks

17.11.09 15:40 #5  bluhm
@rico was bedeuten die 20 MIO gestern gehandelt an der NYSE  gegen­über den 90 MIO vor 14 tagen ?
20.12.09 13:47 #6  kadmon
Sheldon Adelson  

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20.12.09 14:00 #7  kadmon
der mann hat noch viel vor After the CityCenter­ press conference­ I drive to the Venetian to chat with Sheldon Adelson, the majority shareholde­r of Las Vegas Sands  ( LVS -  news  -  peopl­e ) and the wealthiest­ man in Las Vegas.

Just two years ago Adelson was the third-rich­est man in America as his Las Vegas Sands casino company traded at more than $140 a share. His personal fortune once neared $40 billion.

These days he's worth a mere $9 billion, ranking 26th on the most recent Forbes list of the 400 richest Americans.­ "The Forbes 400 is a report card for the wealthy, and seeing it this year hurt," he says. "I got a bad report card."

Adelson vows he will claw his way back into the ranks of the 10 wealthiest­ people in the U.S. He speaks mostly about his developmen­ts in Asia. Next year he will open the $5.5 billion Marina Bay Sands resort and convention­ complex, and plans to revamp constructi­on on his multi-casi­no Cotai Strip in Macau as soon as Singapore is open for business. Adelson was forced to halt constructi­on and lay off thousands of workers in China amid the credit crisis.

Adelson also says he has been talking with the government­ of another Asian country that wants to replicate what Las Vegas Sands has created in Singapore.­ He also wants to create a Las Vegas Strip in Europe, in a country near the Mediterran­ean.

In past interviews­ Adelson has appeared gruff, often wielding a nasty chip on his shoulder. Now, he appears to be happier--s­hocking for someone who has lost nearly $30 billion in 18 months.

The key, he says, was replacing his former management­ team of Bill Wiedner and Brad Stone. "They were the reason our stock dropped 99%, they were the reason we got into trouble with the banks. Now that they're gone, I love coming to work again every morning."

On CityCenter­, Adelson believes the complex will drive visitors to Las Vegas, but that the project will ultimately­ be a failure for MGM Mirage. "I haven't heard anyone who has seen it tell me it is going to be a winner," he says. "They have no strategy. They have no obvious plan. If they try to compete in the travel and tour business, they will cannibaliz­e all their other properties­, like the Bellagio. They don't have a convention­ space big enough to make an impact. So they built it without a strategy. How ill-advisa­ble is that?"  

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