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Melco Crown COO Chan Resigns

Melco Crown COO Chan Resigns

Melco Crown Chief Operating Officer Ted Chan Ying Tat resigned last month “for personal reasons,” according to the Asian casino operator and developer. He has been responsible for operational leadership of the company since February 2012.

Chan will not be replaced. Instead, Chairman and CEO Lawrence Ho will take over operational leadership of the company, according to a news release.

In September, JD Clayton, president of Melco Crown’s struggling Studio City casino resort in Macau’s Cotai Strip, left and was replaced by David Sisk, former COO for Sands China Ltd.

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