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Gambling inside Caesar's in Atlantic City
Gambling inside Caesar's in Atlantic City (William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)
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Slimmer Atlantic City market still needs gamblers in casinos

The closure of four Atlantic City casinos in 2014 has led to better gaming revenues for most of the remaining eight, but it may have also pushed some gamblers out of the state for good.

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Profits up again in slimmed-down Atlantic City casino market

Less competition has led to greater profits for most of the casinos that survived a painful shrinkage of Atlantic City's gambling market last year.

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Atlantic City casinos’ July revenue up 8.1 percent

The eight Atlantic City casinos that survived a major shakeout last year are continuing to see an increase in their gambling revenue.

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Officials feud over potential new Atlantic City tax receipts

Gov. Chris Christie has not decided whether to sign legislation to help economically struggling Atlantic City, yet local officials have already begun arguing over potential tax proceeds contained in the measure.

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Borgata
This June 26, 2013 photos shows the exterior of the Borgata casino in Atlantic City, N.J.
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Half of Atlantic City’s surviving casinos show gains in June

The Atlantic City casinos that survived a major shakeout last year are collectively continuing to see an increase in their gambling revenue.

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Clouds are reflected in the glass exterior of the former Revel casino in Atlantic City
Clouds are reflected in the glass exterior of the former Revel casino in Atlantic City (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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What’s left for laid-off casino workers after AC closings?

After a brutal year for Atlantic City's casino industry, with four venues closing and 8,000 jobs lost, those who were laid off have gone in different directions.

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Debate continues over casinos in North and Central Jersey

As Atlantic City continues to try and recover from economic hardship, the debate continues as to whether casinos should be allowed in Central and North Jersey.

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Trump Plaza
This April 24, 2015 photo shows tourists walking past the shuttered Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City N.J. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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10-year casino restriction OK’d on shuttered Trump Plaza

Atlantic City's former Trump Plaza casino is likely to remain closed for at least 10 years following a judge's approval Thursday of a deed restriction prohibiting anyone from re-opening it as a casino.

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The exterior of the Borgata casino in Atlantic City
The exterior of the Borgata casino in Atlantic City (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Court – Atlantic City overcharged Borgata casino in taxes

The Borgata casino will receive about $63 million after a state appeals panel concluded Monday that Atlantic City had overcharged it on property taxes.

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Philadelphia developer Bart Blatstein speaks at a news conference on in Atlantic City
Philadelphia developer Bart Blatstein speaks at a news conference on April 1, 2015 in Atlantic City. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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The Playground opens as AC’s newest non-gambling attraction

Atlantic City has a new place to play, and it doesn't involve gambling.

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