Maddox Won’t Survive the Cut

Wynn Company Has Real Problems Saving its License

By Josh Resnek

Matthew Maddox will not be leading Wynn Resorts when the casino it is building in Everett has been completed.

This, according to sources familiar with the investigation now being conducted by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission and where it is leading. Continue reading Maddox Won’t Survive the Cut

Questions On Top of Questions

Staff Report

It’s been a week since Steve Wynn resigned as chairman and chief executive of the corporation that bears his name in the wake of an explosive Wall Street Journal report that outlines years of menacing sexual misconduct. He denied the allegations, but only as he was tumbling down multiple flights of stairs. It’s 2018 and things happen freakishly fast when someone gets caught in the #MeToo vortex. No big-wig is too big to fall. Continue reading Questions On Top of Questions

Globe Says Wynn Isn’t ‘Suitable’

Editor’s Note: The following Boston Globe editorial which appeared Monday demands that Steve Wynn, the developer of the casino in Everett, be removed by the Board of Directors of Wynn Resorts and that his name be taken off the casino that’s rising in our city.

We urge you to read the editorial which is a powerful indictment and which is a reminder to all of us with an interest in the well-being and reputation of our city that only those who are suitable should be the license holders of the casino. Continue reading Globe Says Wynn Isn’t ‘Suitable’

Excerpt from a 2016 Piece on Wynn’s Art Collection

The next day, after an excellent lunch at Chinois in the Forum Mall, which is the eighth wonder of the world, we all trooped back to our hotel to see the painting. We went into Wynn’s office, which is just off the casino, past a waiting area with a group of fantastic Warhols, past a secretary’s desk with a Matisse over it (a Matisse over a secretary’s desk!) Continue reading Excerpt from a 2016 Piece on Wynn’s Art Collection