The casino mogul and former Republican National Committee finance chair was ousted last year after multiple sexual misconduct claims from casino employees.
Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn, who is facing rape accusations, was not part of the settlement.
Female employees accused Wynn of behavior ranging from lewd comments and inappropriate touching to coercing sex acts.
The two women raise accusations against the Vegas casino mogul that date to the 1970s, according to The Associated Press.
Don't feel too bad: The disgraced CEO walks away with about $2 billion in stock.
The Las Vegas mogul has been accused of abusing and sexually harassing casino workers for decades.
Dozens of former employees have accused the casino mogul of sexual harassment.
The school will take back honorary degrees and strip Wynn's name from a campus plaza.
The Las Vegas mogul has been accused of sexually harassing and abusing female employees.
Prosecutors claim that Charles Lightbody, Dustin DeNunzio, and Anthony Gattineri lied and forged documents to hide from Wynn
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LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Casino billionaire Steve Wynn agreed Wednesday to transfer control of $741 million worth of his stock in