The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement revealed Tuesday it has issued $26,500 worth of fines against the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, and Revel Casino Hotel.
Six months after exiting bankruptcy court, Atlantic City’s newest casino may be up for sale — or headed back to bankruptcy.
An aggressive slot refund promotion helped Atlantic City’s newest casino to a banner month in July, but most of the rest of the casinos got off to a cool start as summer heated up.
Atlantic City’s newest casino has laid off 75 salaried professional employees even as the casino is attracting more customers.
It won’t really be gambling for many slots players next month at Atlantic City’s newest casino.
One year ago, Atlantic City’s recovery hopes were pinned on a new, $2-billion resort on the north end of the boardwalk. Today, Revel has emerged from bankruptcy.
Chef Alain Allegretti of Revel shares his scallops recipe!
The struggling Atlantic City casino formally emerged from bankruptcy court on Tuesday, just 13 months after it opened with sky-high hopes.
Atlantic City’s newest casino is turning to layoffs to help it deal with financial problems as it works its way through bankruptcy court.
On Monday, the $2.4 billion resort found it could not break the law of supply and demand as it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Camden.
Kevin DeSanctis, the man who guided Atlantic City’s Revel casino-hotel through its tortuous development, only to see it struggle in the cutthroat East Coast gambling market, is stepping down as head of the $2.4 billion resort.
Chris responds to the President’s warnings about sequestration and is excited about a bill to finally privatize Pennsylvania’s liquor stores. He talks to Wolgang Puck to discuss the OSCAR’s Governor Ball that he will be catering and to Tom McGrath from the Philly Post. He also brings, Manning, the Piazza Pet of the Week in to get adopted.
Revel was supposed to help the struggling Atlantic City market turn around. Instead, it is the struggling casino-hotel that needs help turning around.
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.
After a flood of TV advertising and a two-month preview period aimed more at working out glitches than showing off its full capabilities, Atlantic City’s newest casino resort is fully unpacked — and eager to show it can be a big moneymaker.