While Atlantic City officials may be trying to push the meme that their future’s so bright, they gotta wear shades, the numbers in the casinos’ quarterly tax filings paint a far less sunny picture. Half the casinos are looking for new owners, three are facing imminent closure and many are habitually recording losses in the double-digit millions. Darwinian theory may be a debatable point in America, but natural selection will ensure that some of Atlantic City’s 11 casinos will not be with us much longer. Read more.
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