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Jason Ader, chairman and chief executive officer of 26 Capital Acquisition Corp., plans to pursue casino opportunities in Japan and elsewhere after completing the purchase of a large casino resort in the Philippines.
MANILA (Bloomberg): Okada Manila, one of the biggest casino resorts in the Philippines, is going public through a merger with a special purpose acquisition company led by former casino analyst Jason Ader. The deal values the property at US$2.6 billion including debt.
Tokyo (AFP) - Controversial Japanese casino tycoon Kazuo Okada has been arrested in Hong Kong over alleged and unspecified "corruption-related" offences, his former company in Tokyo said on Monday.
TOKYO: Japanese casino and slot machine tycoon Kazuo Okada has filed a lawsuit against his son, daughter and wife in Hong Kong in an attempt to regain control of his sprawling business empire, according to a court filing and Okada.
(Reuters) - In April 2015, a sworn statement submitted in a Nevada lawsuit between rival casino moguls Steve Wynn and Japan's Kazuo Okada contained an unusual assertion. Its author said Wynn's head of security had asked to meet him in Japan and then persuaded him to travel to the United States to talk to federal agents pursuing a different matter: a criminal bribery probe into Okada.
South Korean star Lee Min-ho is set to star in two Chinese movies that are scheduled for release next year.
MANILA (AFP) - The Philippines’ gambling regulator said Tuesday it would suspend Japanese tycoon Kazuo Okada’s licence to operate a $1-billion Manila casino if he fails to explain construction delays.
MANILA: Philippine property firm Robinsons Land Corp and Japan’s Universal Entertainment Corp said they ended talks over a planned joint development of a US$2bil casino-resort complex in Manila without a deal.
TOKYO/MANILA: Philippine property firm Robinsons Land Corp and Japan's Universal Entertainment Corp <6425.OS> have ended talks over a planned joint development of a $2 billion casino-resort complex in Manila without concluding a deal, said two people with direct knowledge of the matter.