Mark V. Shoen had to endure his father’s suicide, a sister-in-law’s murder and an internecine battle on his way to becoming the largest shareholder of Amerco, the parent of truck rental company U-Haul, North America’s biggest moving and storage business.
Charlie Ergen, Dish Network Inc.’s chairman and controlling shareholder, can’t be excluded from the satellite TV company’s bid in LightSquared Inc.’s bankruptcy auction, a Nevada judge ruled in a shareholder lawsuit.
Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s lawsuit against its former director Kazuo Okada should be delayed further while U.S. authorities pursue a criminal probe into possible bribery of Philippine officials by the Japanese billionaire, the Justice Department said.
Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s lawsuit against its former director Kazuo Okada was halted for six more months so the U.S. can continue to investigate possible bribery of Philippine officials by the Japanese billionaire.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. failed to fully vet a participant in one of its hotel projects or restrain a gambler who lost millions of dollars, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission said in a report yesterday.
A Chinese billionaire is teaming up with the most powerful man in the U.S. Senate to build a solar plant in a dusty corner of Nevada, even as officials accuse China of driving energy companies out of business by dumping cheap components on the American market.