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Topic - Tropicana
Two unions have agreed on a five-year contract with the Tropicana casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
Three former executives at the shut-down Atlantic Club Casino Hotel have found new jobs with one of the companies that bought and closed the casino.
Atlantic City's casino revenue fell below $3 billion last year for the first time in 22 years, as increasing competition in the northeastern U.S. continued to shrink the market.
Tropicana wants more people to drink its juice, so it's extending a carrot — and a bushel of other vegetables.