Casino Control Commission
The owners of the Hard Rock Casino franchise are asking New Jersey regulators for clearance to, perhaps, get involved in Atlantic City gaming.
Florida’s Seminole Indians, the Hard Rock Hamlets, are renewing their torturous debate about entering Atlantic City’s gambling market.
Quarterly profit numbers for Atlantic City’s 12 casinos are down…again, but officials are encouraged by trends outside of the gaming halls.
Hard Rock International is asking New Jersey casino regulators for a six-month delay in starting a new “boutique” casino on the Boardwalk.
Casino regulators down the shore have given a green light for construction of a so-called “boutique” casino that’ll carry the “Hard Rock” name on the south end of the Atlantic City boardwalk.
A day after getting approval for a rescue plan enabling it to stay open for another year, the casino formerly known as the Atlantic City Hilton laid off about 150 workers on Thursday.
The state Division of Gaming Enforcement has fined Bally’s Atlantic City $25,000 for allowing an underage patron to gamble.
Two days after New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed legislation aimed at jump starting the casino business down the shore, layoff notices have gone out to most of those now serving as casino inspectors.
In Trenton, the work is beginning on making some of the regulatory changes Governor Chris Christie has called for on improving the competitive position of Atlantic City’s 11 casinos.