Trump Entertainment Resorts
A tax stabilization plan making its way through the state Legislature should keep Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal casino from closing, the city’s mayor said.
The Trump Taj Mahal casino is offering to restore health insurance to its workers as part of a last-ditch effort to keep the struggling Atlantic City casino open.
Unite Here Local 54 held a march on the boardwalk Wednesday afternoon to protest billionaire investor Carl Icahn and Trump Entertainment for stripping worker benefits as a condition of keeping the Trump Taj Mahal open.
Workers from the Trump Taj Mahal casino will march to Mayor Don Guardian’s office Monday morning to ask him to reconsider granting concessions the struggling casino says are necessary to keep it open.
Casino workers were in shock after learning that a judge had granted a request by Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal to throw out their union contract.
Trump Entertainment Resorts said it needs big union concessions and massive tax breaks from Atlantic City and New Jersey — both of which already have rejected the demand.
The Trump name will be coming off the shuttered Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City.
One Atlantic City casino bearing Donald Trump’s name closed Tuesday and another is threatening to close in November, but Trump himself has mostly cut ties with the struggling seaside resort.
As expected, workers at the Trump Taj Mahal casino-hotel in Atlantic City have received formal warning that their jobs may be gone by mid-November.
The real estate mogul and reality TV star, who presided over a casino empire in the glory days of Atlantic City, filed a lawsuit on Tuesday demanding that his name be stripped from the remaining two.
More than 1,100 Trump Plaza workers were sent layoff notices Monday as AC tourism district officials face the possibility of four casinos closing in 2014.
It’s not legal to gamble online in this country, but one of Altantic City’s casino operators has served notice that it wants to compete, should that law ever change.
Trump Marina, you’re fired! The Atlantic City casino that once bore Donald Trump’s name changed hands Monday.
Atlantic City could see major changes in 2011 that could help the nation’s second-largest gambling market come back to life after stalling and struggling for four years.