Winners And Losers In Sale of Former Trump Taj Mahal Casino  The sale of Trump Taj Mahal casino to Hard Rock International has left some winners and losers in Atlantic City.
Trump Sign Removed From Atlantic City Casino Up For Auction On eBayAs crews continue to "de-Trump" the Taj Mahal in Atlantic City some of his signs have found their way on eBay.
What's Next For The Taj Mahal Casino? NJ Bill Could Limit FutureThe bill is set for a vote on Thursday in the full senate. Companion legislation in the Assembly is now in committee.
Shuffled Up: Once A Destination, Taj Mahal Poker Room Folds"There was always something to do. You could always enjoy yourself here," he said. "I'm going to miss it a lot. Sad, it's real sad."
Owner Files Formal Petition To Close Trump Taj Mahal CasinoThe Taj Mahal plans to close at 6 a.m. on Oct. 10. But it will begin winding down some table games on Sept. 26.
Gaming Expert Looks At Life In AC After Trump Taj Mahal ClosureMore than 2,000 people would be unemployed come the fall.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | August 5Chris discussed President Obama's answer to questions over a $400 million payment made to Iran, the city of Philadelphia closing a dumpster pool in Kensington and Donald Trump's small hands. He spoke with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday at 7:00 about the closing of the Taj Mahal in Atlantic City.
Chris Stigall On Taj Mahal Closing: Jobs Only Come With ProfitChris Stigall says it is not the responsibility of the Taj Mahal to provide jobs.
Gamblers Cross Taj Mahal Picket Lines; Union Warns Of Mice"If you like mice and roaches, stay at the Taj Mahal! If you like casinos that care about their workers, stay anywhere else!"
Zeoli Show Log 06.02.16Rich discussed Donald Trump being blamed for a murder at the Taj Mahal, Obama stutters when talking about Trump and the State Department confesses to editing a briefing video. He also discussed a controversial test a middle school teacher issued her class involving pimps and hoes, Mayor Kenney begging Philadelphia residents to stay for the DNC and more. Rich spoke with Reporter Julie Kelly at 3:30, Dr. Mazz at 4:30 and NJ State Senator Jen Beck at 5pm.
Troubled AC Casino Looks To Get Its Customers BackThe Trump Taj Mahal was taken over by billionaire Carl Ichan a couple months ago amidst promises to spend 100 million dollars to turn the place around. He's backed off that full commitment given a pending voter referendum on gaming in North Jersey. But he is spending about 15 million immediately.