ORLANDO Fla. The Seminole Tribe of Florida moved one step closer to completing its $965 million purchase of Hard Rock International Inc., which operates or franchises 124 Hard Rock Cafes and eight Hard Rock-branded hotels and casinos, by settling a lawsuit arising from the deal, according to a Bloomberg report. The Tribe was hit with a lawsuit in January from Power Plant Entertainment LLC and its affiliate, Cordish Co., the companies that developed two Hard Rock-branded casinos for ...

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