Japanese lawmakers from the ruling Liberal Democratic Party submitted a bill to legalize casinos to parliament, bringing the nation closer to opening up what is estimated to be the world’s second-largest gaming market.
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.
Ex-football players’ head-trauma lawsuits against the National Collegiate Athletic Association, unlike National Football League cases consolidated by federal judges and later settled for $765 million, defy easy grouping.
The bankers are in New York, the exchange is in London and the aluminum is stored mostly around Detroit. The buyers of the metal suing over allegations of price manipulation are scattered across the U.S.
Las Vegas Sands Corp., whose credit ratings were increased today to investment grade by Standard & Poor’s, will boost interest to lenders in return for extending its loan maturity and removing financial covenants.