Mullarkey returns to IGT with two new positions

February 12, 2001 7:34 AM
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Maureen T. Mullarkey has returned to International Game Technology (IGT) as chief financial officer and senior vice president.

She joined the company as a financial analyst 12 years ago, rising through the ranks to CFO and vice president in 1998, when she left to join an e-commerce firm. Her appointment is subject to regulatory approvals.

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Kirsten C. Ashley has opened MnM Management, a full-service talent, booking, promotions and merchandising office, in Las Vegas. "Las Vegas is the mecca for entertainment," she said, but unfortunately most performers have to deal with agencies out of New York and Los Angeles, and don’t get the local representation they need."

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Robert Guinn Jr. has been named to the new position of vice president of engineering at GameTech International Inc. (GMTC). He held a similar post at Casino Data Systems, headed the R&D team at Spintek Gaming Technologies, and then was director of engineering at Anchor Gaming.

The company also said that Graham Leonard has joined GameTech as sales and marketing senior vice president; and Mark Simon had been promoted to operations vice president. GameTech is a leading supplier of electronic bingo equipment.

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William Barron Hilton is getting back aboard as a director and shareholder of Park Place Entertainment. He has been recommended for licensing by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

Hilton was licensed in the company’s former corporation, but not by PPE since it expanded to include the Flamingo, Bally’s, the Las Vegas Hilton, Paris and Caesars Palace.

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William R. Stephens also got the nod from the Gaming Control Board to serve as senior vice president and general manager of Harvey’s Resort Hotel-Casino at Lake Tahoe.

He had been general manager at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas when Harvey’s managed that property.

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Tim Stanley has been named vice president of information technology development for Harrah’s Entertainment Inc. (HET).

He will help develop Harrah’s consumer marketing tools and its Total Rewards customer loyalty program.

He worked on Global Positioning Systems while in the Air Force; was with Intel Corporation, Kimberly-Clark Corporation and was CIO/vice president for information systems for National Airlines.