Scientific Games furloughs workers, cuts pay to help company ‘weather’ coronavirus crisis

Gaming equipment giant Scientific Games said Monday it was furloughing an undisclosed number of employees, reducing pay and work hours for others, and slicing the salaries of executive leadership by 50%. In a statement, company CEO Barry Cottle said he was giving up his entire salary to help the Las Vegas-based company deal with its financial impact from the nationwide casino industry shut down due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.

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