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Steve Wynn steps down as CEO of resort company he founded
Casino mogul Steve Wynn stepped down as CEO of Wynn resorts on Feb. 6, after being accused of sexual misconduct by individuals who have worked at his casinos. He resigned as finance chairman of the Republican National Committee on Jan. 27.
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