Casino empire Sheldon Adelson turned water into casinos and wealth in Macau
The founder of the Las Vegas Sands casino empire, Sheldon Adelson, died yesterday at the age of 87, victim of cancer, with the American businessman having irrevocably changed Macau forever.
“If we do things differently, success follows us like a shadow,” he said in 2014, during a conference for the gaming industry in Las Vegas.
Analysts have defended to Lusa that the North American casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, who died today at the age of 87, was one of the main visionaries who transformed Macau into what it is today: the gambling capital of the world.
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