MGM cuts senior executives amid Covid-19 crisis

Four Presidents and a number of senior executives have left the company as part of cost-cutting measures.

US.- MGM Resorts has will lay off senior executives in its battle to survive the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Four Presidents will leave the company as part of huge cost-cutting measures, as well as some long-serving senior executives.

The Las Vegas Review Journal reported on Friday that Cindy Kiser Murphey (New York-New York), Cliff Atkinson (Luxor), Randy Morton (Bellagio) and Eric Fitzgerald (Excalibur) were all laid off from their respective Presidential roles.

Joining them are high-level executives including Senior Vice President of Entertainment and Operations, Mark Prows, Vice President of Entertainment and Outdoor Spaces, Daren Libonati, Vice President of Corporate Entertainment Marketing, Suzanne Richardson and Vice President of Corporate Ticketing, Cynthia Jones.

Casino shutdowns across the US began in mid-March, and since then MGM has laid off or furloughed more than 63,000 employees.

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