Many Jobs, Little Interest
Thousands of jobs were lost in 2014 when a handful of Atlantic City casinos shut their doors for good, so why aren't locals jumping at the chance for employment?
A Better Picture
All but one casino in Atlantic City saw an increase in gross operating profit during the second quarter of this year.
12 Indicted in Credit Card Scheme
12 people from New York were indicted Wednesday for allegedly using 52 stolen credit cards in five Atlantic City casinos to perpetrate a cash advance scheme that stole nearly $300,000 from banks that guaranteed the transactions.
Taj Open, What About Bally's?
Along the boardwalk, the owners of Trump Taj Mahal say that casino will stay open through a threatened November 13th closing date. Over on the marina side of town at a press conference, questions arose about the long term future of Bally's.
More Non-Gaming Revenue
There's almost $1 billion this year in non-gaming revenue being generated in Atlantic City, a fact that's being lost in the gaming glut happening nationwide, according to Liza Cartmell, president of the Atlantic City Alliance.