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Posted on Aug 12, 2010
 
Category: Gaming News
Atlantic City is getting a new casino and tourism website.  AtlanticCityCasinos.com opened today providing web surfers a new attractive online portal with local weather, casino maps, casino and hotel lists (plus online reservations), dining reviews, local A.C. news, job listings and more.
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Atlantic City Casino News

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Forbes

Revel Without a Cause: The Spectacular Fall Of Atlantic City's Biggest Casino
Forbes
FOUR ATLANTIC CITY CASINOS have closed this year—another is expected to be shuttered soon—as revenues plunged because of new competition in neighboring states. The most spectacular fall in the Boardwalk empire? The $2.4 billion Revel.
Atlantic City struggles to remake itself as another casino faces closure  Toronto Star
5 takeaways from Atlantic City video chat with state Sen. Jim Whelan  NJ.com
LETTER: A.C. casinos should offer better odds  Asbury Park Press

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CBS Local

Hotel Owner: I'll Open Small Atlantic City Casino
ABC News
Someone is interested in opening a new casino in Atlantic City after all. The owner of the city's Chelsea hotel said Thursday he wants to open a small casino there under a bill being considered by New Jersey lawmakers. Curtis Bashaw says his 330-room ...
Stockton College finalizes purchase of former Showboat Casino in Atlantic City  Fox Business
Some Atlantic City, NJ, casino tax liens fail to draw bidders  Reuters

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Press of Atlantic City

Tax plan would stabilize A.C. casino values, raise county tax rates
Press of Atlantic City
The legislative package would allow Atlantic City's eight surviving casinos to make payments in lieu of property taxes for 15 years. Collectively, the casinos would pay $150 million for the first two years and $120 annually for the next 13 years ...

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ABC News

Bill Would Aid Atlantic City, Casinos on Taxes
ABC News
Atlantic City's eight surviving casinos would get a break on taxes and the city would get help making up for lost revenue under a rescue plan unveiled by two New Jersey state senators. The plan, introduced in the Legislature late Monday and announced ...

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New York Post

The Incredible Shrinking Action in Atlantic City
New York Times
Back in the euphoria of 1976 when New Jersey voters legalized casinos, no one foresaw the scale of disaster now enveloping Atlantic City. Four of its 12 casinos had to close as revenues plunged this year, with a fifth threatening to go under by Christmas.
Former Bozo the Clown sidekick could save Atlantic City casino  New York Post
Bankruptcy wrangling for ex-Trump, Revel casinos  Asbury Park Press
Trump Casinos, Atlantic City Agree On Tax Sale  CBS Local
Oneida Dispatch -Fox Business -NBC40
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Fox News

Billionaire investor steps in to save Atlantic City casino
Fox News
At the brink of closure, Carl Icahn stepped in to save Atlantic City's second-biggest casino, the Trump Taj Mahal. Ready to close its doors, Icahn brokered a deal with the union representing nearly 1,100 casino workers to restore all work rules after ...
Atlantic City bill package postponed amid Taj Mahal dispute  NJ.com
What Worked About Atlantic City's Big Stalling Tactic  Next City
Icahn promises to keep Atlantic City's Taj Mahal casino open indefinitely  Toronto Star
Reuters -USA TODAY -New York Post
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NJ.com

New York casino picks a 'huge relief' for Atlantic City, analyst says
NJ.com
The long-awaited decision comes as local and state officials in New Jersey scramble to find a cure for Atlantic City's ailing fiscal health amid crumbling gaming revenues and shuttering casinos. Industry analysts said the introduction of more ...
Some local officials fume over Atlantic City rescue package  PolitickerNJ
The Record: A gift to AC  NorthJersey.com
North Jersey casino supporters pleased with NY resort rejection  NJBIZ
Las Vegas Blog (blog)
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NJ.com

Atlantic City casino woes dragging down N.J. job growth, Rutgers economist says
NJ.com
With thousands of jobs lost to shuttering casinos in Atlantic City, a Rutgers University economist expects the state's gambling industry woes to further dampen an already sluggish economic recovery in New Jersey. Four casinos closed in the struggling ...
Rutgers Economist: Atlantic City's Decline Hurts State's Economic Recovery  News from Rutgers

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