TORONTO, March 18 (Reuters) - Magna Entertainment , the horse racetrack operator, named the former U.S. ambassador to Canada to its senior ranks on Friday, to help advance its attempts to get more U.S. states to allow slot machines at racetracks. Paul Cellucci, a former Massachusetts governor and the U.S. envoy to Canada until this week, was appointed executive vice-president of corporate development, starting May 1. Magna Entertainment, an offshoot of the Magna International auto-parts ...
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