When faced with bankruptcy, the troubled casino adopts a smoke-'em-if-you-got-'em policy.
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Finally, some good news for Atlantic City.
Mounting money problems and dwindling revenues have forced the troubled casino's hand.
Save for a holiday miracle, there's nothing keeping the multimillion dollar steakhouse from liquidation.
From high steaks to no steaks, the multimillion dollar restaurant appears to be well done.
With insolvency and bankruptcy becoming increasingly realistic, the casino is seeking to expand its credit.
The onetime entrepreneurial power house lost her last two businesses to bankruptcy.
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