Steve Norton

Expanding casino gaming beyond Atlantic City not encouraged 'at this point' | Casinos & Tourism | pressofatlanticcity.com

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I can't understand why anyone is surprised at the job losses in Atlantic City. I can remember Resorts International with 4,400 employees, n…

My comment: Kudos to Hard Rock, CEO, Jim Allen.

Atlantic City needs an overhaul, not just improving the City; but the casinos, the State and all marketing arms of South Jersey need to get together and find a way to bring an airline company, like Southwest, offering service from majo…

My comment: Kudos to Jim Allen.

Atlantic City needs an overhaul, not just improving the City; but the casinos, the State and all marketing arms of South Jersey need to get together and find a way to bring an airline company, like Southwest, offering service from major Cities, like A…

My comment=Great Article David.

Atlantic City has finally gotten back to $3 billion in gaming win, unfortunately we are still several $billion behind the $5.2 billion won in 2006. Eastern Pennsylvania, Northern Delaware and slots at Aqueduct and Yonkers, have halved the win at Atlan…

When New Jersey spent $7 million in legal fees to help overturn the Federal bill against Sports Betting, it was primarily to help the Atlantic City casinos, that had seen their gaming revenues drop over 50% from $5.2 billion in 2006. But sports betting at the casinos themselves was only $…

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