Las Vegas Sands Is More Than Just a Casino Operator

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Everyone knows Las Vegas Sands is one of the biggest and most profitable casino gambing operations in the world. Not only do it have two world-class casinos in the United States' gambling mecca of Las Vegas, but it is also one of the key players in the world's biggest gaming markets: Macao and Singapore. Investors would be forgiven for thinking that the company makes plenty of money owning properties like The Palazzo State-side and The Venetian Macao in China but the company doesn't stop there: it is also one of the largest mall operators in the world. Motley Fool consumer goods analyst Sean O'Reilly digs into Las Vegas Sands operations and details why Las Vegas Sands is so successful: what it does beyond traditional gaming operations. 

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