The COVID pandemic forced most U.S. casinos to close for months, causing payrolls, revenue and earnings to tumble. But the forced shutdowns and highly regulated recoveries also taught some useful lessons that will endure even after the pandemic is a distant memory.
Hard Rock International, the global gambling, entertainment and hospitality company, said Monday it is spending over $100 million to give significant raises to 10,000 non-tipped workers, most of them in the U.S.
Former NFL star Frank Gore is accused of assaulting a woman in a "domestic violence incident" at the Tropicana Atlantic City.
Atlantic City casino dealers opposed to smoking indoors are rejecting an idea being floated among state legislators to create designated outdoor smoking areas that employees could opt out of staffing.
Resorts casino reached an agreement with Atlantic City's main casino workers union, leaving the Golden Nugget as the last casino in this Jersey Shore city without a new labor agreement.
The chairman of the global Hard Rock casino and entertainment company spoke recently with New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy about the "economic challenges" of banning smoking in casinos.
Atlantic City's casino earnings have surpassed where they were before the coronavirus pandemic broke out. Eight of the nine casinos posted a gross operating profit last year, according to New Jersey officials.
New Jersey officials awarded $1 million in grants to install electric vehicle charging stations in 24 tourist areas around the state to reassure visitors who own electric vehicles that they can come to a vacation spot and not run out of power to get back home.
Atlantic City's market-leading Borgata casino has a new boss who is planning some significant investments, including renovating the hotel rooms and bringing in hundreds of new slot machines.
Hard Rock is looking at three potential sites in New York City on which it could build a $2 billion casino — but it won't be built at the location of its soon-to-open half-billion-dollar hotel in Manhattan.
At least six people were injured when a commuter bus headed to Philadelphia ran off the Atlantic City Expressway and hit a tree early Tuesday.
New Jersey has approved its first company to take bets on competitive video games, a fast-growing activity known as eSports that is popular with young people around the world
A winter storm dumped a significant amount of snow on parts of New Jersey with some areas getting more than a foot of accumulation.
Atlantic City casino workers are furious that the New Jersey Legislature is moving quickly to pass a bill giving tax breaks to the gambling halls but not acting on a measure that would permanently ban smoking in the casinos.
A year after new owners took over Bally's casino in Atlantic City, a $100 million facelift is underway involving hotel rooms, the casino floor and more. Rhode Island-based Bally's Corporation bought the Boardwalk property last November.
Police said the 24-year-old Somers Point man doused himself with rubbing alcohol and used a lighter to set himself on fire before going into the store.
New Jersey’s red-hot sports betting industry smashed its own national record in October for the highest amount of bets taken in a single month, topping $1.3 billion.
The manufacturer of a popular online slots game at the center of a lawsuit over how much a Pennsylvania woman should be paid for winning says it has "taken corrective action,” but maintains there are no grounds to pay the woman the $100,000 jackpot her phone told her she had won.
New Jersey lawmakers are proposing financial relief for Atlantic City's casinos to help them continue to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Pennsylvania woman is suing the manufacturer of a popular online slots game, claiming it wrongly refused to pay her a $100,000 jackpot due to “a bug” in the product. She's not alone.