Tuesday, March 24, 2009 | 3:06 p.m.
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Another Las Vegas Sands executive is leaving the company.
Brad Stone, executive vice president and president of global operations and construction, is resigning, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing today. A resignation letter was not attached to the SEC filing.
Stone was a long-time colleague of former Sands president William Weidner, who was ousted from the company earlier this month. Following Weidner’s departure, speculation arose that Stone might also leave the company.
Las Vegas Sands couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.
Stone has served as the company’s executive vice president since 1995. In 1981, he became the director of operations at the Sands Hotel Atlantic City.
Stone is the third Sands executive to the leave the company this month. After Weidner left, director James Purcell resigned after he said he disagreed with the board’s decision to terminate Weidner’s employment and appoint Michael Leven in his spot.