For the past few years, Atlantic City’s casinos have been thinking outside the box when it comes to ways to drum up new business and compete with gambling halls in neighboring states.
Hours after a judge ordered the Golden Nugget Atlantic City to let gamblers cash in nearly $1 million worth of chips they won in a card game where the decks were unshuffled, the casino’s owner overruled his lawyers Friday and agreed to make the payments.
Local 54 of the UNITE HERE union says the city erred when it decided last month not to put two referenda on the ballot.
The New Jersey Assembly has approved, and sent to the state Senate, a plan to allow for the use of mobile devices to gamble in Atlantic City casinos.
Atlantic City casinos continue to lose ground in terms of revenue, despite the addition of the Revel Casino to the boardwalk. That’s according to revenue reports released Monday by the Division of Gaming Enforcement.
The Pennsylvania house has passed and sent to the senate a bill that would create statewide competition for the former Foxwoods casino license in Philadelphia.
State law requires the budget secretary to certify by April 15th how much will be available for property tax relief, and this year, that figure is more than $782 million dollars.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board says the state set an all-time high for gross revenue from slot machines in March.
New Jersey has seized nearly $70,000 in jackpots won by gamblers who told Atlantic City casinos to keep them out.
Three men are charged with carjacking a couple in the Trump Taj Majal parking garage and killing 28-year-old Sunil Rattu in September.
To get excited about a loss may sound crazy, but September’s drop of .6 percent has analysts like Joe Weinert at the Spectrum Gaming Group feeling cautiously optimistic about Atlantic City’s casinos.
The Gaming Control Board has approved regulations governing how members of the general public will be able to access the gaming floor of the new casino expected to open at the Valley Forge Convention Center next spring.
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.