2007 March 30 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The founder of the BetOnSports gambling Web site, Stephen Kaplan, is named in a 22-count criminal case related to Internet gambling.
Mixed emotions have been spilling over the state of Kansas since last Friday when the House passed the expanded gambling bill. Emotions heightened on Monday as the Senate gave the green light to the bill as well sending it on to the Governor. As we wait for the Governor’s decision which is foreshadowed to be a new state law people are beginning to speak out.
The U.S. ban on offshore Internet gambling payments is illegal, the World Trade Organization said yesterday, upholding a previous decision that allowed for possible sanctions.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The battle over whether casino dealers should join labor unions heated up Friday as workers at a third gambling hall sought an election to certify a union there,…
Recently The Andy Foundation held its second Bingo. Over 143 children attended and everyone had a wonderful time. Many thanks to Caitlin, Caroline and Brooke Confort for all their help, to Garden City Pizza for the refreshments and to Terrence and John Connelly for working non-stop start to finish.
NEW YORK, March 30 (newratings.com) - Analyst Joel H Simkins of Prudential Financial downgrades Ameristar Casinos Inc ( ASCA.NAS ) from “neutral weight” to “underweight.” The target price has been reduced from $34 to $29.
The WTO said the U.S. ban on Internet gambling is out of line with international trade policy. This ruling gives hope to Web gambling firms that have been battered by U.S. regulatory and law enforcement activity in recent months. The WTO ruled in favor of the Caribbean nations of Antigua and Barbuda, which had filed a complaint in May of 2004.
A Toms River man was charged today in connection with the illegal sports betting ring broken up by State Police and the Monmouth County Proseucutor’s Office. Gilbert Cilli, 67, of Toms River, was arrested in Maryland. He was charged with racketeering, conspiracy to commit financial facilitation of criminal activity, promoting gambling and conspiracy. Bail has been set at $100,000 and extradition …
Las Vegas gaming company Station Casinos Inc. said Friday in a regulatory filing it has terminated Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer Glenn C. Christenson’s employment with the company.