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Midday Market Minute: A Prelude to Internet Gaming in New Jersey

Guests at one New Jersey casino will be the first in the United States to place bets with the click of their television remote controls, as gambling gets ever closer to going online in the state. Governor Chris Christie narrowly vetoed a bill last week which would have legalized online gaming.

Trump Entertainment Resorts to Sell Atlantic City Casino

Trump Entertainment Resorts agreed to sell the Trump Marina Hotel Casino in Atlantic City for $38 million. The casino will be sold to Landry%u2019s Inc., which operates the Golden Nugget casinos in Las Vegas and Laughlin, Nevada, Trump Entertainment Resorts said in a statement.

Is HBO's Boardwalk Empire Breaking a Modern Prohibition?

HBO has debuted a novel liquor-store marketing campaign tied to Canadian Club whiskey for its Prohibition-era drama Boardwalk Empire, and some critics fear it may affect an unintended audience: children and young adults. Is the series further glamorizing drinking for the underage crowd?

N.J. Governor Gambles on a Gaming Overhaul

New Jersey's GOP Gov. Chris Christie is preparing to announce sweeping plans to overhaul Atlantic City's casino district, just one part of a set of proposals that would mark the most sweeping changes to the state's gaming industry since casino gambling was legalized.

Did the Atlantic City Hilton Bet Wrong on Bill Clinton?

The struggling Jersey Shore casino has booked the former president on July 23 as part of its speaker series , but plenty of seats are still available. Why would Clinton even want to appear there? And do people think he'll say that he hasn't said already?

Trump's Win in Atlantic City Is Far From a Victory

The bare-knuckle battle between Donald Trump and Carl Icahn over control of the addled Trump Entertainment Resorts and its three Atlantic City casinos has finally ended, with a New Jersey bankruptcy court declaring Trump's group the winner. But The Donald may have gotten himself into a losing a proposition.

Morgan Stanley Walking Away from Revel Casino

Morgan Stanley has decided to cut its losses in Atlantic City. The investment bank is selling its stake in the Revel casino and taking a "substantial loss," one that some analysts estimate could amount to $800 million to $1 billion.

Monopoly and Atlantic City, 75 Tough Years Later

As Monopoly celebrates its 75th anniversary, DailyFinance explores the lessons of the game -- which are especially raw for its inspiration, Atlantic City, New Jersey. The city today is a dramatically different place from the board game's capitalist map in 1935. An exclusive story and video.

Angry MGM Tries to Sell Casino in Poor Atlantic City Market

MGM Mirage is trying to sell the Borgata, after state officials deemed its Macau partner Pansy Ho as "unsuitable." The sale would come while Atlantic City is trapped in a downward spiral as neighboring states step up their gambling efforts. But A.C. won't go down without a fight.