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ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey: Atlantic City could see major changes in 2011 that could help America's second-largest gambling market come back to life after stalling and struggling for four years.
MACAU (AP) - February marks the start of the year of the rabbit in the Chinese lunar calendar. It may be an auspicious sign for Playboy Enterprises Inc., which opened a nightclub in Macau last month as it seeks to expand its business by licensing the trademark bunny head logo on lifestyle products in Asia, its fastest growing region.
LAS VEGAS: Casino operator Las Vegas Sands Corp. said Wednesday it earned US$168 million during the third quarter on a record $1.91 billion in revenue, with help from strong business in China and a new casino in Singapore.hr noshade size=-1 width=50%>
ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey: America's cash-starved states are increasingly being drawn to the lure of easy money in casinos - a bet that could ultimately hurt taxpayers if the supply of slot machines, poker tables and racetracks outpaces customers' demand.
IN every gamble, the first rule always applies. And that is, the house always wins.
AZOV CITY, Russia (AP): Half a year after Russia closed all of it's gambling casinos and slot-machine halls, the first new casino opened Saturday under a plan to limit legalized gambling to four comparatively remote areas.