No. 2 executive at CityCenter resigns
3 December 2012
Bill McBeath, president and chief operating officer of the $8.5 billion CityCenter casino-resort complex on the Las Vegas Strip, has resigned. CityCenter manager and co-owner MGM Resorts International notified employees of McBeath's resignation Monday. An internal memo said he had notified MGM Resorts CEO Jim Murren of plans to step back and reassess his career goals and that CityCenter CEO Bobby Baldwin would assume his duties. McBeath had served as president and COO of CityCenter's 4,004-room Aria hotel-casino since October 2007, two years before its opening, and participated in its development and the hiring and training of its staff. He ...
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