BOSTON, April 2 (Reuters) - Massachusetts gaming regulators on Tuesday released an investigative report concluding that executives of Wynn Resorts Ltd concealed sexual misconduct allegations against the casino operator's billionaire founder, Steve Wynn.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission released the report at the start of a three-day hearing focused on whether Wynn Resorts remains suitable to retain a license needed to run a $2.6 billion casino it plans to open in June. The commission is not expected to issue a decision for several weeks. Wynn has previously called the accusations "preposterous." (Reporting by Nate Raymond in Boston Editing by Howard Goller)