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  • Revel sale resurrected; $82M price agreed on for ex-casino

    A Florida developer agreed to buy Atlantic City's former Revel Casino Hotel for $82 million on Tuesday, a week after a bankruptcy judge declared his former deal to buy it at a higher price dead. Glenn Straub's new contract gives him a discount from the...
  • CNBC tackles Claudio Osorio, Jeb Bush, the Clintons

    CNBC tackles Claudio Osorio, Jeb Bush, the Clintons
    This Thursday night, CNBC is running a new episode about one of the most notorious Florida fraudsters in recent years, Miami businessman Claudio Osorio. This blogger will also be featured for the CNBC show because I covered the Osorio scandal for...
  • Appeals court won't toss ex-Dodgers owner's divorce deal

    A California appeals court has refused to overturn a financial settlement between former Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt and his ex-wife, who argued that McCourt misled her about the value of the team and television broadcast rights. The...
  • Commentary: Campaign hit pieces distort taxpayer-friendly record

    One of the major reasons that good citizens do not run for public office is that they don't like the negativity seen in most campaigns. A more troubling concern is when the mudslinging is inaccurate. I got involved in public service after Orange County...
  • March 4 hearing set to consider (latest) Revel sale

    A bankruptcy court judge will decide next week whether Atlantic City's former Revel casino should be sold to a Florida developer. The March 4 hearing will be the third time Judge Gloria Burns will have approved the casino's sale — and the second...
  • Illinois' financial woes

    I have to agree with Gov. Bruce Rauner. What happens when you spend more than you earn every year? You end up where Illinois is right now. Bankruptcy is one solution, but Illinois Speaker of the House Michael Madigan and Illinois Senate President John...
  • Lumber Liquidators warns of possible criminal charges

    Lumber Liquidators shares plummeted Wednesday after the floor retailer warned it may face criminal charges and be the subject of an upcoming "60 Minutes" segment. The company also reported disappointing results for its fourth quarter. Lumber Liquidators...
  • A first-timer bar-crawls through Horseshoe Casino

    A first-timer bar-crawls through Horseshoe Casino
    Since opening six months ago, the Horseshoe Casino has illuminated downtown like a beacon of ... well, what exactly? There are plenty of questions surrounding the Horseshoe Casino's economic viability (the division of Caesars Entertainment Corp. that...
  • Poll: Most in NJ feel Atlantic City's best is behind it

    A new poll finds most New Jerseyans are willing to bet Atlantic City's best days are behind it. The Rutgers-Eagleton poll released Tuesday also finds a majority supports Gov. Chris Christie's appointment last month of an emergency manager for Atlantic...
  • Striking FairPoint workers ratify tentative agreement

    FairPoint Communications workers ratified a new contract during three days of voting, ending a four-month strike by more than 1,700 workers in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, two unions announced Sunday. Workers for northern New England's primary...
  • U.S. stocks edge lower, pulling Dow back from a record high

    U.S. stocks edge lower, pulling Dow back from a record high
    U.S. stocks edged lower in early trading Monday, with energy stocks among the biggest decliners. The market is coming off an all-time high reached last week. KEEPING SCORE: The Dow Jones industrial average lost 75 points, or 0.4%, to 18,064 as of 9:51...