Atlantic City casino winnings up 8% – Associated Press
Atlantic City's casinos are providing more proof that their improving fortunes after a rash of competitors shut down may not be a fluke.
The city's eight surviving casinos saw their collective revenue increase by 8.1 percent to $215 million in April compared with April 2015.
Statement from Casino Association of New Jersey – Media Release
As the Association that represents the casinos and its over 20,000 employees, we think it is imperative that the State Assembly act immediately and enact a legislative package (whatever format that may be) to avoid material negative consequences for the casinos, our employees, the Atlantic City...
Harrah’s new conference center showing high demand – Philadelphia Business Journal
Atlantic City's newest conference center is only six months old, but it's already gaining traction in terms of future meetings booked and attendees expected — filling a void in the Shore town's market.
Caesars Entertainment's $125.8 million Harrah's Waterfront Con...
A.C. casinos' 2015 operating profits jump 40 percent – Press of Atlantic City
Every city casino turned an operating profit in 2015, according to figures released Thursday by state regulators.
And collectively, the eight casinos saw operating profit increase 40 percent last year, the state Division of Gaming Enforcement said. The eight gambling halls reported $547 mi...
Three new A.C. dance clubs betting on millennial crowds... – Press of Atlantic City
It takes something really special to get Gary and Kirsten Lucas to arrange for a babysitter and drive to Atlantic City from their home in New Britain, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
For the Lucases, both 34, a big-name electronic dance music DJ is worth the effort. They last came to Atlantic...