As Caesars Entertainment executives rang the Nasdaq market’s opening bell on Tuesday, it marked the symbolic end of the company’s more than two-year restructuring process that has left Caesars with less debt and more money to invest in its business.
“It was exciting ... and marked the beginning of a new Caesars,” Mark Frissora, CEO and president of Caesars, told analysts Tuesday at the company’s first investors conference since emerging from bankruptcy on October 6.
Caesars had scheduled a breakfast meeting in Las Vegas on October 3 during which, according to a media invitation sent to GamblingCompliance, Frissora and other company executives would discuss the “vision for growth for Caesars.”
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