2008 December 16 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Excitement over the idea of looser gambling restrictions in Cripple Creek after 17 years of limited stakes has given way to anxiety about the economy. Above, Cripple Creek resident Jessica Krummenacher arrives at the town hall Tuesday to vote.
A co-founder of an Internet gambling company has pleaded guilty to a federal crime and agreed to forfeit $300 million.
NEW YORK - A co-founder of an Internet gambling company and one of the world’s richest people pleaded guilty Tuesday to violating the federal wire act and agreed to forfeit $300 million as part of a co-operation deal.
A second Indiana casino is looking to hire. Blue Chip Casino Hotel in Michigan City is hosting a job fair Wednesday, in anticipation of its $130 million expansion project opening next month. Full-time and part-time positions are available for the new casino, hotel and two restaurants. Indiana Live Casino in Shelbyville recently announced that it will host a series of job fairs in January and …
Punters at the racetrack and the oval won’t be put off by tough economic times, a report predicts.
PUNTERS at the racetrack and the oval won’t be put off by tough economic times, while casino and lottery customers will cut back over the next two years, a report predicts.
Cripple Creek voters gave a resounding OK to expanded gambling. More games, longer hours and higher bets passed in landslide tonight, 267 for it and 13 against in the Teller County town of
The result of an operating profit plunge in Atlantic City has been nearly 1,000 layoffs, dropping its casino employment below 40,000 for the first time in 20 years.
Internet gambling billionaire Anurag Dikshit pleads guilty to a federal offence in the US and agrees to forfeit $300m (£192m).