Introducing ‘Steve Wynn’ The Powerful Las Vegas Casino Business Magnate



Introducing “Steve Wynn” The Powerful “Las Vegas” Casino Business Magnate

An interview with Billionaire and CEO of Wynn Resorts, Steve Wynn. In this interview Steve Wynn discusses his Las Vegas Casino Empire while sharing some very important business tips…Also Steve Wynn talks about Las Vegas and how it changed over the years for the better.

Steve Wynn born on January 27th 1942 is a billionaire real estate business person, art collector and casino Magnate. Forbes estimates his net worth to be around 2.7 Billion USD. He earned his bachelor degree in English Literature at the University of Pennsylvania and is a member of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity.

His father owned a string of bingo parlors in the eastern United States, and when his father died of heart problems, Steve eventually took over the family business. He is responsible of building and operating the Golden Nugget, Treasure Island, Frontier, Bellagio, Mirage(Sold To MGM), Encore, and Wynn Hotel. Steve Wynn is married with two children. Wynn is a collector of fine art and owns some of the greatest paintings in the world.

Interview Date: 17th July ,2014
Event: Hoover institution

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Keith J. Leigh

Keith J. Leigh is a spiritual advisor, philosopher, business owner, family man, author, and primal leader who contributes to greatness by sharing years of powerful experience and advance knowledge with the world. He's been in the E-Commerce, Entertainment, Technology, Real Estate and Mortgage Industries for over 15 years who specializes in business and family dynasty building. This author would like to remain mostly mysterious as power last longer behind the scenes. Magnate Lifestyle isn't your average website. Magnate: A person of rank, power, influence, or distinction often in a specified area. A “Business Magnate” (formally industrialist) refers to an entrepreneur of great influence, importance, or standing in a particular enterprise or field of business.

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