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Crown Puts Big China Play on Hold

Crown Resorts is dialing back efforts to attract Chinese high rollers to its Australian casinos, as Beijing’s graft crackdown and the recent arrests of Crown employees in China cast a shadow over the..
Wall Street Journal

Crown Resorts: princely returns

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

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News video: Crown CEO Rowen Craigie to Step Down Effective Feb. 28

Crown CEO Rowen Craigie to Step Down Effective Feb. 28 02:53

Feb.22 -- Bloomberg's Perry Williams reports on Crown CEO Rowen Craigie stepping down Feb. 28 and Executive Chairman John Alexander assuming his duties. Williams speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: Crown's High-Roller Gambling Plunges Amid China Crackdown

Crown's High-Roller Gambling Plunges Amid China Crackdown 02:13

Feb.22 -- Crown Resorts said high-roller betting at its Australian casino resorts almost halved and first-half profit fell after Chinese authorities detained a group of employees on the mainland for..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

 

Why the Crown Resorts Ltd share price went nuts on today’s results

The Crown Resorts Ltd (ASX:CWN) share price rose 6% after this morning's announcement.
Motley Fool

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

Crown Resorts staff held in China are formally arrested

crown resorts staff held in china are formally arrested
Three Australian employees of casino firm Crown Resorts are formally arrested on suspicion of gambling offences.
BBC News

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

Star Entertainment CEO cancels Macau trip after Crown arrests in China

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's second-largest casino company, Star Entertainment Group Ltd , said its CEO canceled a trip to Hong Kong and Macau last week after employees of peer Crown Resorts Ltd were..
Reuters

NZ casino operator says Crown arrests in China to impact business

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group Ltd said on Friday it was likely to be adversely affected in the short term by the detention of employees of Australian..
Reuters

Australia's Crown says no charges laid against staff held in China

PERTH/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's top casino company Crown Resorts on Thursday said no charges had been laid against 18 staff detained for alleged gambling crimes in China, as shareholders gathered..
Reuters

Australia's Crown Resorts 'deeply concerned' about employees detained in China

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Billionaire James Packer, the majority owner of Australian Crown Resorts Ltd, said on Tuesday he was very concerned for 18 company employees detained in China for suspected "gambling..
Reuters

China detains staff from Australia's Crown for 'gambling crimes'

SYDNEY/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Australian casino giant Crown Resorts Ltd said on Monday China had detained 18 of its employees including three Australians, sending gaming stocks tumbling on concerns..
Reuters

Australian casino shares tumble after China arrests

australian casino shares tumble after china arrests
Shares in Australian casino companies tumble after James Packer's Crown Resorts confirmed that 18 of its staff have been detained by authorities in China.
BBC News

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