Officials at the University of Southern California -- responding to an inquiry from the [Wall Street] Journal -- told the company that it had no record that Mr. Lanni had earned a master's degree in business administration from the school.
Mr. Lanni said, "I must stress that this issue has nothing to do with my decision [to resign]."
Shocking News from Las Vegas
It turns out that not everything in Vegas is as it appears. The latest illusion to be exposed: Terry Lanni, chairman and CEO of MGM Mirage (you know, the outfit with the $7 billion flop-to-be called CityCenter) and onetime boss at Caesar's World, puffed up his resume:
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