Sometimes, though, it was in the form of such astoundingly ignorance as this CNBC clip:
That said, I was taken to task, too, for even positioning this story as Steve Wynn's divorce and not simply their divorce. I admit Shaker Vanshar has a point that I will consider going forward -- especially given my own visceral reaction to the CNBC jazz. Still, if we were to break down the percentage of the Wynn success attributable to him and her, he's the one who does most of the hard work making deals, negotiating with governments and banks, imagining the big picture and turning it into reality. Elaine is no doubt a pivotal player, but if it wasn't a marriage and she were just leaving the company, she wouldn't receive this kind of severance.