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Vegas mogul Sheldon Adelson comes out of the shadows

In a rare public appearance, Sheldon Adelson testifies in a breach-of-contract suit involving his casino empire's foothold in Macau.

Los Angeles Times

April 5, 2013 | 10:38 am

Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Sheldon Adelson testifies at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas, Nev., on April 4. Photo by Jeff Scheid/Reuters

Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Sheldon Adelson testifies at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas, Nev., on April 4. Photo by Jeff Scheid/Reuters

For years, he's been the Wizard of the Strip, an Oz-like character whose wealth and power have never been in doubt but who has stayed behind a curtain, away from public exposure.

Sheldon Adelson, 79, who rose from impoverished roots in Boston to become one of the planet's richest men and chief executive of the Las Vegas Sands Corp. international gaming empire, has long kept his counsel exclusively to lawyers and other insiders, a trusted few.

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