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Las Vegas Sands has named long-time company executive Robert G. Goldstein chairman and chief executive officer, after having assumed the role as acting chairman and chief executive officer on January 7, 2021. Patrick Dumont has been named president and chief operating officer, and Randy Hyzak will now serve as chief financial officer. Mr. Dumont previously served as executive vice president and chief financial officer, and Mr. Hyzak was chief accounting officer.
The recent passing of Sheldon Adelson, founder of the Las Vegas Sands (NYSE: LVS) gambling empire, marked the end of an era for the resort company, which helped shape the industry. Reports surfaced that the Sands was considering entering the sports betting market prior to Adelson's death, but with his veto no longer an obstacle, it's possible the company could now move more quickly. While it does have a sportsbook at its Venetian resort in Las Vegas, it's being operated by William Hill, which is being acquired by Caesars Entertainment (NASDAQ: CZR).
Las Vegas Sands (LVS) fourth-quarter results are likely to reflect the impact of low visitation.