Harrah's move might preclude bankruptcy
Harrah's Entertainment's recent moves, including a request to draw down the $740 million remaining on its $2 billion credit line, could point the company toward a financial restructuring, a local finance ...
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#1 Feb 20, 2009
Gee,I wonder why Harrahs is doing so bad?After what this casino has done to me I'm glad they are having finacial problems.Want the real story on how they really treat the high rollers like myself? e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.Most people that have read it can't believe it,but it's true.Will change the minds of gamblers at this casino.
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