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37 firms apply to go into Internet gambling in NJ

Thirty-seven firms have applied to get a piece of the Internet gambling business when it gets underway in New Jersey later this year. Full story

Online gambling sparks interest in AC casinos

An online gambling firm plans to buy or build a casino in Atlantic City to get a piece of the Internet wagering action planned to launch in the state this year, another sign of a revival of corporate interest in a city where gambling revenue has been falling since 2006. Full story

Zynga drops after scrapping online gambling plans

Zynga investors cashed in their shares Friday after the company said it was dropping its plans to pursue online casino-style games in the U.S. Full story

Second bill to legalize Web poker in US introduced

Rep. Joe Barton wants to help Poker-lovers stay on the couch. Full story

Caesars spinning off online gambling company

Caesars Entertainment is taking steps to spin off its online gambling venture into a separate company. Full story

Caesars shares surge on stock offering

Caesars Entertainment Corp. shares surged Wednesday after the company's new online gambling business said it would sell up to $1.18 billion in stock. Full story

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Del. publishes Internet gambling regulations

Exclusive: Glu Mobile dips toe in U.S. real-money games

Florida governor signs law to close storefront gambling

Gaming firm 888 set for U.S. launch after Nevada license

Europe's 888 clears hurdle for offering online poker in Nevada

New Jersey gets online gambling as governor signs revised bill

Nevada legalizes first interstate online poker

NYT: Federal ruling opens door for online gambling

NYT: States look to Web gaming to fix budget woes

3 poker sites charged with illegal gambling, fraud

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  Will Big Bet on Internet Poker Payoff?

Tom Breitling, Ultimate Poker chairman and co-founder, discusses the business of online gambling, with Ben Mezrich, "The Accidental Billionaires" author.