People walk on The Boardwalk past Trump Plaza Hotel Casino in Atlantic City, N.J. On Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014, Trump Entertainment Resorts filed for bankruptcy and threatened to shut down the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort in November. The company owns Trump Plaza, which is closing in a week, and the Taj Mahal, which has been experiencing cash-flow problems and had been trying to stave off a default with its lenders.
People walk on The Boardwalk past Trump Plaza Hotel Casino in Atlantic City, N.J. On Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014, Trump Entertainment Resorts filed for bankruptcy and threatened to shut down the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort in November. The company owns Trump Plaza, which is closing in a week, and the Taj Mahal, which has been experiencing cash-flow problems and had been trying to stave off a default with its lenders. Mel Evans The Associated Press
People walk on The Boardwalk past Trump Plaza Hotel Casino in Atlantic City, N.J. On Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014, Trump Entertainment Resorts filed for bankruptcy and threatened to shut down the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort in November. The company owns Trump Plaza, which is closing in a week, and the Taj Mahal, which has been experiencing cash-flow problems and had been trying to stave off a default with its lenders. Mel Evans The Associated Press

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