Mark Juliano has resigned as president of Las Vegas Sands Corp’s Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem (pictured) in Pennsylvania in the United States, with immediate effect, reported local news outlet the Morning Call on Monday, citing a memo it had seen and confirmation from the group’s spokesman Ron Reese.
The reason for Mr Juliano’s departure was not disclosed by the company, citing its policy regarding personnel matters.
Mr Juliano had worked at the group’s Marina Bay Sands property in Singapore from 2011, before taking up his most recent post with the group in June 2014, according to the report. At Marina Bay Sands, he served as senior vice president and chief casino officer, according to a previous statement by the group.
In the spring, talks about a possible sale of Sands Bethlehem to fellow U.S.-based casino operator MGM Resorts International ended without a deal.
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