Atlantic City Casino Closings Hurt Revenue Toll Including Internet gambling revenue, which didn't exist a year ago, the casinos won $209.4 million in September, down from $240.2 million in September 2013.
New Jersey's 2014 Revenue Worse Than Expected New Jersey's Treasury Department says revenue from the fiscal year that ended June 30 fell below expectations even after they were revised downward.
Experts May Have Predicted New Jersey Revenue ShortfallWith word this past week that New Jersey officials have fallen short, again, on projecting state revenues, there is a lot of scrambling to find ways out of the current $800 million hole by the end of June. And many experts are able to say, in effect, we told you so.
Atlantic City Casino Earnings Fell 35 Percent In 2013 A down year with a strong finish. That’s how New Jersey gaming officials describe the profits of the 12 Atlantic City casinos last year.
Pennsylvania Casinos Report Another Decline In Slot RevenuePennsylvania casinos have posted their fifth consecutive monthly revenue decline from slot machines.
PennDOT Secretary: More Turnpike Connections Down The RoadThe secretary of PennDOT says more access points to the Pennsylvania Turnpike may be in the offing as extra revenues start rolling in under the state’s new transportation funding plan.
International Rugby Match At PPL Park Hopes To Generate Interest In The SportA high-profile international rugby match takes place this evening at PPL Park.
NJ Casino Revenues Down 3.6 Percent in July 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.