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Correction: Las Vegas Sands-Lawsuit story

In a story July 30 about judge's decision in a lawsuit involving the Las Vegas Sands, The Associated Press reported erroneously that a "multibillion-dollar award" was at stake. The story should have called it a "multimillion-dollar award." Full story

Las Vegas Sands posts underwhelming profit for 2Q

Las Vegas Sands Corp.'s success continued in Macau, helping it more than double its net income in the second quarter. But growth was tepid in Las Vegas, and Wall Street expected stronger results overall. Full story

Obama, White House Correspondents’ Dinner, O’Brien, Meals on Wheels and Maher

   President Obama zings the White House Correspondents and Sheldon Adelson; Conan O’Brien rips the D.C. Hilton; Democrats and Bill Maher hammer GOP for cuts to meals on wheels; and Sen. McCain thinks priorities are “a little skewed here” in the weekend’s “Top Lines.”

PricewaterhouseCoopers quits as Sands auditor, no dispute cited

(Reuters) - Las Vegas Sands Corp <LVS.N>, the casino company, said on Friday that accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers will not stand for re-election as the company's auditor, ending a 25-year relationship with Sands founder and chairman Sheldon Adelson. Full story

Sands lawsuits shine harsh light on Macau's casino paradise

MACAU (Reuters) - Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson's reference to triad organized crime gangs in testimony in a lawsuit has hit a raw nerve in Macau, the Chinese boomtown that his Las Vegas Sands Corp <LVS.N> helped transform from a gangland haven into a $38 billion gambling capital. Full story

Sands CEO Takes the Stand Over Macau Dealings

   Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson is back in court on a breach of contract suit involving his casino empire, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.

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  Millions at stake motivate super-rich to political action

Felix Salmon, finance blogger at Reuters, talks with Chris Hayes about why big money political activists like Sheldon Adelson are really only interested in preserving their own wealth, with millions at stake with any raise in tax rates.

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Sheldon Adelson, a donor to Republican presidential nominee Romney, points at the end of the first presidential debate between Romney and President Obama in Denver
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File photo of Chairman and CEO of the Las Vegas Sands casino Sheldon Adelson, a donor to Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, pointing to photographers at the end of the first presidential debate between Romney and President Barack Obama in Denver October 3, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Reed