Posts Tagged ‘Atlantic City Casinos’

January 20th, 2011 – by Glen Farmer Atlantic City’s long standing policy against allowing those convicted over ties to organized crime has been circumvented by one former crime kingpin. The former boss of a Chinese street gang based out of New York has been given the go ahead to gamble in Atlantic City. Robin Chee, […]

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January 17th, 2011 – by Glen Farmer Atlantic City, and to a lesser extent Las Vegas, have both experienced financial woes through the economic downturn in the United States, but many smaller markets around the nation have managed to thrive despite a nationwide reduction in voluntary and recreational spending. According to the Iowa Racing and […]

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December 26th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer Though Atlantic City casinos have been contending with lower than desired revenue, the casinos in the region have made it clear that New York is not the only city in which New Year’s Eve celebrations will be big on fun. Despite the recession, New Jersey casinos are set […]

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October 26th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer A small number of people are set to be laid off from Atlantic City’s dominant casino. The Borgata Atlantic City is set to lay off 3 percent of its work force, ostensibly due to declining business. Recent employment reports have shown that the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa […]

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October 13th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer The struggling casino industry of Atlantic City has once again faced a tremendous downfall. The industry has suffered another month of failure, with varying reasons all contributing to the declining revenue. The main reason that is being cited against the Atlantic City Casinos is that of Pennsylvania’s burgeoning […]

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October 11th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer Brick and mortar casinos are sometimes home to crime, and the Tropicana Casino in Atlantic City is one of the most recent locations for criminal activity. On October 8th, a man was arrested after he allegedly robbed a patron of the casino after reportedly robbing another casino gambler […]

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October 3rd, 2010 – by Glen Farmer In order to combat the continuous free fall in gambling revenue, New Jersey’s legislators have been considering alternative options. One such option would be to allow smaller casinos in Atlantic City. The New Jersey State senate has passed legislation that would allow casinos with a minimum of 200 […]

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October 2nd, 2010 – by Glen Farmer The casino industry in Atlantic City has been suffering over the past two years, and employees are now experiencing the backlash. One casino, Resorts Atlantic City, is sending out notices to workers that layoffs could be on their horizon. Last Thursday, a memo was issued by the casino’s […]

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August 19th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer Atlantic City’s streak of bad luck has continued. Each of the 11 gambling centers in the state have reported yet another drop over the quarter. The New Jersey Casino Control Commission has reported that gambling revenue has dropped 22.6 percent in the second quarter of 2010. The massive […]

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August 11th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross The discussions and debates relating to the Atlantic City casinos industry in the state of New Jersey continues to be a hot topic for both the state government and New Jersey gambling officials. This week, Senator Raymond Lesniak, who is trying to make a move towards legalizing Internet gambling […]

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