William Ryan says he and his colleagues know they have work to do. “A realization that we do have to regain the confidence of the people, the confidence of the legislature, the confidence of the governor.”
Atlantic City’s largest casino workers union is ramping up its opposition to proposed pay cuts as contracts with nine of the 11 gambling halls are set to expire Thursday.
Chris talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe about a Politico article asking if Rick Perry is dumb, Gerri Willis about the appointment of Alan Krueger to the head of the White House Council of Economic Advisors and announced that he will interview former Vice President Dick Cheney on September 6th.
Hurricane Irene is forcing the third Atlantic City casino shutdown in 33 years.
Labor contracts between Atlantic City’s largest union and nine casinos are due to expire in one month and Local 54 is negotiating a new contract with another.
Possible damage to the Pennsylvania Lottery was the source of much hand-wringing when legalizing casinos was being debated.
Michael Sklar, an attorney representing The Rivers, says the problem of underage gambling will continue unless the minors themselves are punished. “It’s like a bar: the kids are gonna try.”
From $10 concert tickets to $3 steak dinners, Atlantic City is using low-cost incentives to try to bring more gamblers through the casino doors.
One of the tallest buildings in Atlantic City, Harrah’s Resort is in a stratosphere all its own.
Known as the East Coast’s gaming capital, the city that’s always turned on is currently home to 11 casinos.
Trump Plaza Casino is just steps away from the beach and ocean and offers great dining and gaming and one of the sexiest beach bars, as voted by the Travel Channel.
A couple of deadly inter-city commuter bus crashes in the northeastern US earlier this month has focused a lot of attention on the safety of those buses. Here in Pennsylvania, state police have been actively involved in motor coach inspections for the last three years.
The blizzard of bad news just won’t go away for Atlantic City, N.J., which saw its casino revenue fall 13.2 percent in January.
HARRISBURG (CBS) – For the first time since it began comparing the data, the Gaming Control Board says Pennsylvania experienced an overall drop in slots revenue last month, compared to January of 2010. But a […]
A new report paints a grim picture of 2011 in the nation’s second-largest gambling market. The research report by a major casino analysis company predicts Atlantic City’s 11 casinos will continue to lose money and market share this year, even as the competition all around them prospers.