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  • 10/31/16 – CASINOS: Tropicana's big-money betNJBIZ

    This summer, the Tropicana in Atlantic City completed a $40 million renovation project that included updated hotel rooms, another property entrance, a high-limit slots area and a number of added new features, from a luxury hair salon to a premier nightclub.

    The upgrades came a year or so a...

  • 10/17/16 – 40 years later, was A.C.'s casino gamble worth it?Press of Atlantic City

    Steven Perskie thinks about the legacy of legalizing gambling here each time he sees the city’s skyline.

    It’s been nearly four decades since Perskie, dubbed “the father of casino gaming,” wrote the law that allowed casinos in the struggling seaside city.

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  • 10/13/16 – Skill-based games are coming to Atlantic City soonNJ.com

    Soon gamblers won't need to rely on Lady Luck alone to win in Atlantic City.

    Skill-based games are coming to Harrah's, Caesars and Bally's after the state Division of Gaming Enforcement gave approval late Wednesday night to GameCo, Inc. of New York to install the machines at ca...

  • 09/23/16 – Harrah's spending $30M on Atlantic City hotel renovatio...Associated Press

    One of Atlantic City's top casinos is getting a $30 million makeover.

    Harrah's is redoing 450 rooms and suites in the casino's Bayview Tower. The work will begin in mid-November and should be finished by Memorial Day weekend in 2017.

    It is part of a race among Atlantic Ci...

  • 08/22/16 – Atlantic City casino profits jump 21 percentPress of Atlantic City

    Casinos in the resort saw a more than 21 percent increase in their operating profits during the first half of the year, according to state figures released Monday afternoon.

    The eight remaining casinos had a combined second-quarter profit of $259 million, compared to $213 million in 2015,...