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China jails Crown Resorts staff over gambling crimes

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A Chinese court jailed 16 employees of Crown Resorts Ltd, including three Australians, in a quick-fire trial on Monday that caps a lengthy probe into how the firm lured Chinese..
Reuters

Crown Resorts staff jailed for enticing Chinese gamblers

crown resorts staff jailed for enticing chinese gamblers
Three Australian Crown Resorts employees broke the law by enticing Chinese high-rollers to casinos.
BBC News

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News video: Over a Dozen Crown Resorts Staff Jailed in China

Over a Dozen Crown Resorts Staff Jailed in China 01:35

Jun.26 -- More than a dozen employees at Crown were convicted of illegally promoting gambling in the most high-profile crackdown on overseas casino operators courting customers on the mainland...
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News video: Detained Crown Employees Face China Judge

Detained Crown Employees Face China Judge 02:40

Jun.25 -- Crown Resorts staff detained in China since October will appear in court today to face charges of illegally promoting gambling. Bloomberg's Angus Whitley reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
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Jun.25 -- Bloomberg's Paul Allen reports on the latest business news from Australia. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
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News video: Crown's Offshore Network Is Hard to Find

Crown's Offshore Network Is Hard to Find 02:29

Jun.21 -- Since the Crown Resorts' staff were detained in China last October and accused of illegally promoting gambling, Crown's network of offices from Macau to Indonesia appears to have vanished...
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Australians among 19 on trial as Crown Resorts case opens in China

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Three Australians went on trial in China on Monday along with a dozen other Crown Resorts Ltd employees and former employees accused of gambling crimes, following a lengthy probe..
Reuters

Australia's Crown says China staff now charged, ending eight-month limbo

SYDNEY/BEIJING (Reuters) - Australia's Crown Resorts Ltd said Chinese authorities charged more than a dozen of its employees with promoting gambling, ending an eight-month limbo since the staff were..
Reuters

Crown Resorts staff held in China are formally charged

crown resorts staff held in china are formally charged
Crown Resorts says 18 employees have been formally charged with illegally promoting gambling.
BBC News

Crown Resorts: princely returns

Market’s response to the Australian casino operator’s poor numbers is hard to fathom
FT.com

Billionaire James Packer rejoins Crown Resorts board

Chairman also replaced after China arrests dent Australian casino operator’s ambitions
FT.com

BRIEF-Crown Resorts further reduces shareholding in Melco Crown Entertainment

* Entered into further agreements in respect of its shareholding in Melco Crown Entertainment Limited
Reuters

Crown Resorts: no jewels

Melco stake sale a retreat from gambling group’s international flutter
FT.com

Australia's Crown Resorts leaves Las Vegas, sells down Macau

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's No. 1 casino company Crown Resorts Ltd is planning a near-total exit from the world's two biggest gaming hubs, Las Vegas and Macau, as a gambling crackdown in China hits..
Reuters

Crown Resorts prunes global plans after China arrests

Australian casino operator shifts focus back home as revenues slump
FT.com

Fears of Beijing gambling crackdown sends casino stocks crashing

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Casino stocks from Australia's Crown Resorts to Las Vegas Sands tumbled after a report that Macau, the world's biggest gambling hub, would limit cash withdrawals as part of a..
Reuters

Australia's Crown says China releases one of 18 detained casino employees

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia' top casino operator Crown Resorts said on Sunday that one of 18 staff arrested in China in October for suspected "gambling crimes" had been released from detention. Crown..
Reuters


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