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Published April 5, 1995
The much "ballyhooed partnership between gambling giant Caesars World and the Agua Cliente Indians to build" a $25M casino in Palm Springs, CA has been terminated, both sides announced yesterday (L.A. TIMES, 4/5)....Nintendo of America and South Korea's Samsung Electronics dropped their lawsuits against each other and agreed to "team up against software pirates of Nintendo games." Nintendo had sued Samsung claiming that Samsung knowingly sold its computer chips to counterfeiters (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 4/4)....Cypress Gardens was sold by Anheuser-Busch to a group of local Central FL investors (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 4/5)....In an effort to support young cyclists, Plymouth has formed "Team Plymouth" of the ten pro cycling teams from the U.S with the hope of contributing to the development of Olympic hopefuls. Team Plymouth is managed by Strada Racing Club of Tempe, AZ. Supporting sponsors include America West Airlines and Domenic's Cycling Imports (Plymouth).