Revel is once again left without a buyer after a company specified deadline for real estate developer Glen Straub to close $95.4m deal.
Revel's pending sale has been put on hold after a federal appeals court ruled in favor of tenants seeking for protection of property rights.
The union has taken its protest outside the offices of Icahn; Judge Burns to approve the recent tax breaks given to Revel.
Revel granted tax concessions; two credit ratings agencies lower their ratings for Atlantic City.
N.J. judge frees Straub from any obligations to honor leases and other rights of Revel’s amenity tenants.
Glenn Straub plans to turn Revel casino into water park; Pennsylvania developer eyeing Atlantic Club purchase.
A bankruptcy judge approves the sale of Revel to Glenn Straub but rejects his argument that the price should be cut to $87 million.
Revel says its $110m sale to Brookfield Asset Management is officially dead, will now sell to Glenn Straub; AC's job losses lead the nation.
Carl Icahn reportedly makes offer to Trump Taj Mahal workers union; Straub says Brookfield not serious about walking away from Revel deal.
Brookfield Asset Management walks away from deal to buy Atlantic City's Revel casino; Trump Taj Mahal boss calls union leader Joseph Stalin.