BOSTON (AP) — For years, executives at Wynn Resorts concealed allegations of sexual misconduct against company founder Steve Wynn, according to a long-awaited report by Massachusetts casino regulators released Tuesday.

The 200-page report by the state Gaming Commission doesn’t make a recommendation about the fate of the company’s Massachusetts casino license or its nearly $3 billion Boston-area resort slated to open in June.

But it concludes by saying— notably the resignation of Steve Wynn as CEO and the ousting of every official who knew about the allegations but failed to report them — do not “erase the fact that the corporate failures revealed in this investigation are significant, repetitive and reflective of the company’s historical governance practices.”


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