Deal Reached To Avert Holiday Weekend Strike At 4 AC CasinosSpecifics of the deal haven't been released.
AC Casino Workers Prep For A Strike Against Up To 5 FacilitiesUnionized hospitality workers at five Atlantic City casinos are gearing up for a possible strike on Friday.
Zeoli Show Log 06.02.16Rich discussed Donald Trump being blamed for a murder at the Taj Mahal, Obama stutters when talking about Trump and the State Department confesses to editing a briefing video. He also discussed a controversial test a middle school teacher issued her class involving pimps and hoes, Mayor Kenney begging Philadelphia residents to stay for the DNC and more. Rich spoke with Reporter Julie Kelly at 3:30, Dr. Mazz at 4:30 and NJ State Senator Jen Beck at 5pm.
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AC Casinos: Take Action To Save Atlantic City From Financial Abyss NowWith Atlantic City's government teetering on the brink of running out of money, the casinos are chiming in on the debate.
Policy Analyst: New Jersey Free To Take Over Atlantic CitySteve Malanga from the Manhattan Institute says New Jersey is well within its right to take over Atlantic City.
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Icahn: No $100M For Taj If North Jersey Casinos Are ApprovedCarl Icahn says if New Jersey approves casinos in the northern part of the state, he won't pump $100 million into Taj Mahal.
Regulators Pave Way For NJ Casinos To Imitate Games Millennials LikeTuesday the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced temporary regulations that will allow gaming manufactures to develop skill-based games.
Atlantic City Casino Profit Up 61 Percent In 3rd QuarterThat's compared to the $147.5 million in profit they posted in the same period last year.
NJ Regulators Fine Casinos $33K For Rule ViolationsFour Atlantic City casinos and an Internet gambling firm must forfeit winnings and pay fines totaling more than $33,000 for various gambling rule violations.
3 Atlantic City Casinos Fined $14K For Prohibited GamblersThe New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement revealed the fines last week against Resorts, the Borgata and the Tropicana.