Collapsing casinos mean it's time for new plan

July 2014
njbiz;7/7/2014, Vol. 27 Issue 27, p13
The article discusses the initiative of Atlantic City, New Jersey to develop it into a tourist destination due to continuous decline of revenues from its failing gambling industry.


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