Top news and what to watch in the markets on Tuesday, May 12, 2020.
'There's a lot of money to be made' — Caesars CEO still bullish about...
'There's a lot of money to be made' — Caesars CEO still bullish about sports betting after ESPN deal - CNBC
"This is an enormous opportunity. I'd liken it to when states outside of Nevada and New Jersey started to legalize riverboat casinos in the '90s," Caesars Entertainment CEO Tom Reeg told CNBC.
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