MGM Resorts execs optimistic, despite $1.22 billion 4th-quarter loss
CEO Jim Murren says company open to selling Crystals mall at CityCenter
20 February 2013
20 Feb. 2013 11:11 a.m.
Executives at MGM Resorts International say that despite fourth-quarter losses reported today, the company has positioned itself to take advantage of a brightening economy this year and in 2014. “We’re off to a very solid start in 2013,” MGM CEO Jim Murren said in a conference call with investors this morning. “The Super Bowl was a great event for us in Las Vegas, and we’re still seeing people here celebrating Chinese New Year. The Year of the Snake appears to be a really good one for us.” Murren and his management team listed a series of projects and events in ...
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