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Gambling on Casinos in New York

 Jul, 29 - 2014   no comments   News

The timing is worthy of note. As trucks in Albany were unloading reams of documents describing 17 proposals for four new casinos in New York, Moody’s Investors Service was issuing its latest report on gambling — downgrading the national gambling business from “stable” to “negative.” In other words, just when New York is proposing to […]


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Atlantic City May Lose Another Casino

 Jul, 29 - 2014   no comments   News

ATLANTIC CITY — Atlantic City’s crumbling casino market disintegrated even further on Saturday as the owners of the Trump Plaza casino said they expect to shut down in mid-September. Trump Entertainment Resorts told The Associated Press that no final decision has been made on the Boardwalk casino. But the company said it expected the casino […]


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17 Companies File Casino Plans With New York State in Push for 4 Gambling Licenses

 Jul, 29 - 2014   no comments   News

Seventeen companies on Monday unveiled lavish and increasingly expensive proposals for New York casino-resorts in communities from Albany to Tuxedo Park and Binghamton, officially starting the competition for four state-issued gambling licenses. The contestants vying to build a Las Vegas-style casino range from virtual unknowns like Greenetrack, which operates a gambling hall and dog track […]


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The Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City may close its doors as soon as September.

 Jul, 29 - 2014   no comments   News

ATLANTIC CITY — Over the Fourth of July weekend, this town was packed. Hotel occupancy soared to 95 percent, and shoppers coursed through the outlet stores opposite Trump Plaza. At Revel, the city’s newest casino resort, the lively, dressed-up crowd gazed out through the floor-to-ceiling glass to see the surfers riding the day’s last waves […]


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While Washington Talks About Jobs, Gaming Is Creating Them

 Jul, 29 - 2014   no comments   News

Washington, DC – American Gaming Association President and CEO Geoff Freeman released the following statement after the Senate vote on the Bring Jobs Home Act: “While Washington is talking about jobs, the gaming industry is creating them. News outlets across the country have reported on the hundreds of thousands of American jobs that pay well […]


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Louisiana Casinos Employed Nearly 16,000 People, Paid Workers Nearly $600 Million in 2013

 Jul, 29 - 2014   no comments   News

Washington, DC – Louisiana’s 19 commercial casinos employed 15,706 permanent workers and paid its employees $603 million in wages, benefits and tips, according to new jobs numbers for 2013 released today by the American Gaming Association (AGA). Louisiana ranks fourth nationwide for casino employment behind only Nevada, New Jersey and Mississippi, where casinos employed nearly […]


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Mississippi Casinos Employed Nearly 23,000 People, Paid Workers $830 Million in 2013

 Jul, 29 - 2014   no comments   News

Washington, DC – Mississippi’s 30 commercial casinos employed 22,770 permanent workers and paid its employees $831 million in wages, benefits and tips, according to new jobs numbers for 2013 released today by the American Gaming Association (AGA). Mississippi ranks third nationwide for casino employment behind only Nevada and New Jersey; Louisiana ranks fourth with nearly […]


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Iowa Casinos Employed 9,000 People, Paid Workers Nearly $335 Million in 2013

 Jul, 29 - 2014   no comments   News

Washington, DC – Iowa’s 18 commercial casinos employed 9,062 permanent workers and paid its employees nearly $335 million in wages, benefits and tips, according to new jobs numbers for 2013 released today by the American Gaming Association (AGA). Iowa ranks ninth nationwide for casino employment, while Missouri ranks seventh with more than 10,000 casino employees. […]


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Missouri Casinos Employed More than 10,000 People, Paid Workers $330 Million in 2013

 Jul, 29 - 2014   no comments   canadian online casinos

Washington, DC – Missouri’s 13 commercial casinos employed 10,016 permanent workers and paid its employees more than $328 million in wages, benefits and tips, according to new jobs numbers for 2013 released today by the American Gaming Association (AGA). Missouri ranks seventh nationwide for casino employment, while neighboring Iowa ranks ninth with more than 9,000 […]


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