The Las Vegas Sands Corp. chairman and CEO, who pioneered integrated resorts on the Strip and in Asia, had been fighting non-Hodgkin lymphoma for two years.
Politicians and others recalled Sheldon Adelson’s love of country as well as his philanthropy a day after the chairman and CEO of Las Vegas Sands Corp. died at age 87.
Jewish leaders came together Thursday for a global memorial event marking the end of the shivah for business giant and philanthropist Sheldon Adelson.
The Las Vegas chapter of the Israeli-American Council held a drive-through lighting of Ner Neshama in remembrance of the resort developer, who died Jan. 11 at age 87.
The Sands Aviation fleet has 19 jets of varying sizes, all brought up to VIP standards.
Dr. Miriam Adelson, the widow of the longtime Las Vegas Sands Corp. chairman and CEO, eulogized him as someone who was irreplaceable.
The longtime CEO and chairman of Las Vegas Sands Corp., who died Monday at age 87, had strong ties to Israel.
Allegiant Stadium, home to the Raiders, never becomes reality without the vision of Sheldon Adelson, who died Monday at the age of 87.
The Venetian Ristorante was for generations a popular dinner hang on the corner of Sahara Avenue and Jones Boulevard. The Venetian resort opened on the Strip in 1999.
Sheldon Adelson, who died Monday at age 87, seized an opportunity in the late 1970s to capitalize on the then-fledgling personal computer industry.
“Sheldon was the love of my life. He was my partner in romance, philanthropy, political activism and enterprise. He was my soul mate.”
Sheldon Adelson, chairman and CEO of Las Vegas Sands Corp., has taken a medical leave of absence for lymphoma treatment.