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Report Caesars considering bid to buy Revel

The report said the Las Vegas-based gaming giant, New Jersey’s largest casino operator, is still making up its mind. Bloomberg said offers for the property are due in two weeks, citing people who asked not to be named because the deliberations are private.The news was the latest twist in Revel’s brief history since it opened ...

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Economic impact more than numbers

For state officials, hosting the first cold-weather outdoor Super Bowl Sunday at MetLife Stadium is a chance to shine when the logistical demands have never been greater. Meeting those challenges can only help New Jersey’s long-term prospects for landing other marquee events. “That, at the end of the day, will add economic value to the ...

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2 weeks from kickoff, Super Bowl prep nears an end

But that’s about the only piece of the game that was unknown until now. Here’s a look at how organizers and local leaders have spent more than a year covering all the bases ahead of the Feb. 2 game at MetLife Stadium:Keeping the lights on: Its been a priority going back to the earliest stages ...

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Retro Fitness and its frozen yogurt franchise get new VP

Lauletti, named vice president of real estate and development, is a 25 year real estate and business veteran. He was most recently the director of development for Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen, where he led development efforts in the Eastern United States. He previously worked for the brands Sbarro, Boston Market, SuperValu and Friendly’s. The company said ...

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Super Bowl site transformation in full swing

The East Rutherford site was buzzing Thursday with the construction crews and equipment being used to build the 300-foot security perimeter around the stadium. The complex has already been overtaken by the seven 20,000-square-foot tents, known as “welcome pavilions,” that will serve as the entrance for anyone attending the Feb. 2 game.What’s more, state officials ...

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First month of Internet gaming in N.J. brings in 7.4M

The total makes up a small slice of the $215 million in overall winnings by Atlantic City’s casinos in December, which still fell 4 percent from the same month in 2012, even with the added option for in-state gamblers, the state Division of Gaming Enforcement said. For the year, overall gaming revenue fell 5.9 percent, ...

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Hasenbalg N.J. #8220ready#8221 for Super Bowl

Welcoming the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl in NFL history will be 60,000 tons of salt, 3,000 snow plows and 1,600 people to clear away the snow, if it falls, Hasenbalg said. Sixteen state agencies have been meeting for the past two years to nail down a myriad of issues, including logistics, transportation, security and ...

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