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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

Category: Gaming News


6abc.com

The Atlantic City casino Donald Trump built for $1.2 billion sold for just $50 million
Business Insider
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Donald Trump wrote "The Art Of The Deal," but it was Florida's Seminole Indians who made a truly amazing deal to buy the opulent casino built by the man who is now president of the United States. The Trump Taj Mahal, the ...
Fmr. Trump Taj Mahal casino sold for 4 cents on dollar  6abc.com
Hard Rock paid $50 million for Trump Taj Mahal  Press of Atlantic City
Trump's “8th wonder of the world” Taj Mahal casino sold for fraction of cost  The Denver Post
Seattle Times
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Category: Gaming News


Press of Atlantic City

Atlantic City Boardwalk beer garden gets CRDA approval
Press of Atlantic City
The project would also feature three propane fire pits and a game area, according to the application to the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority. Under the plan, the property would have four distressed wood shipping containers for dry storage ...

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Press of Atlantic City

Casino Control Commission approves Caesars restructuring plan
Press of Atlantic City
ATLANTIC CITY — The state Casino Control Commission approved a plan Wednesday that would allow Caesars Entertainment Operating Co., which owns Bally's and Caesars Atlantic City, to lease operations of their properties to a newly formed operating ...

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CalvinAyre.com

Atlantic City casinos suffer April dip as tables play unlucky
CalvinAyre.com
atlantic-city-april-casino-revenue Atlantic City casinos posted the year's first monthly revenue decline, although the numbers (as always) look more favorable once you play the apples and oranges game. On Friday, the New Jersey Division of Gaming ...
Casino revenues fall by 3.6 percent  Press of Atlantic City
Atlantic City casinos trending in right direction; online poker, not so much  NorthJersey.com
New Jersey Legal Online Casinos Outpace Several Atlantic City Casinos With $20.8 Million In April Gaming Revenue  PR Newswire (press release)
SNJ Today
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Press of Atlantic City

Internet gaming grows while people coming to the city falls
Press of Atlantic City
ATLANTIC CITY — Since its introduction in 2013, internet gaming has generated more than $500 million in revenue, helping prop up a struggling casino gaming market. When internet gaming was approved, it was touted as a new source of revenue that ...

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Philly.com

His Shore Starbucks have outlasted casinos and hurricanes
Philly.com
Among Betz's holdings are a pair of Starbucks shops inside Tropicana Casino, which have seen increased sales of 2 percent and 9 percent respectively over the last two years, despite the closures of the A.C. Hilton, Showboat, Revel, Trump Plaza, and ...

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USA TODAY

Atlantic City rebounds as construction abounds
USA TODAY
WOODLAND PARK, N.J. — Casinos are turning profits. Plans were announced recently for a $375 million renovation and reopening of Trump Taj Mahal by Hard Rock casino, and Stockton University just broke ground on a satellite campus. A luxury apartment ...
LISTEN: Why Atlantic County will get more in casino payments this year  Press of Atlantic City
Editorial: Atlantic City is breathing once again  NorthJersey.com

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Press of Atlantic City

Our view: Good time for Atlantic County to outsource/privatize more
Press of Atlantic City
Today we welcome Atlantic County's recent announcement that it is considering privatizing assets and services to reduce costs. The county's budgetary challenge is similar to the city's on the revenue side. When casinos had an East Coast monopoly, they ...

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