SkyCity bets on new blood at the top for recovery

SkyCity bets on new blood at the top for recovery
Brent Melville
SkyCity Entertainment Group, once a sure bet, has its investors second-guessing as to whether to put their money on red or black as the gambling operator faces up to a world without international tourists and seeming disquiet from within its own ranks.The uncertainty at the helm of New Zealand’s pre-eminent leisure and entertainment company, which enjoys dual listings on the NZX and ASX, was given prominence by the announcement that a trifecta of its top management, including chief executive Graeme Stephens, will be departing the firm.&nb...

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