LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Wynn Resorts Ltd. chief operating officer Marc Schorr will retire in June.
The casino company announced that Schorr, who has held his position since 2002, will step down on June 1.
Wynn says Schorr will continue to consult for the next five years. Wynn will pay his health care costs through 2018.
The company has seen several high-level staffing changes this year.
In mid-March, Wynn Las Vegas chief operating officer Timothy Poster resigned from a position he assumed less than a month earlier.
In late February, Wynn announced that Marilyn Spiegel would step down as president of Wynn Las Vegas and Encore.