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Marc Schorr Exits Wynn Resorts

Marc Schorr Exits Wynn Resorts

Marc Schorr, chief operating officer of Wynn Resorts Ltd., will retire in June, the Las Vegas-based gaming company has announced in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Schorr has already stepped down from Wynn Resorts’ board of directors.

“On June 1, my great friend and colleague will retire from Wynn Resorts after an illustrious 33-year career,” Wynn Resorts CEO Steve Wynn said in a statement. “Prior to Wynn Resorts, Marc held many senior executive positions at my former company, Mirage Resorts.” Schorr was president and chief operating officer of both the Mirage and Treasure Island in Las Vegas.

Schorr’s exit follows recent departures by former Wynn Las Vegas CEO Marilyn Spiegel and COO Tim Poster. It’s unclear if all the resignations were connected in any way.

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