Connecticut's two tribal casinos have again reported falling revenue and slot machine bets in March as they vie to open a joint venture elsewhere in the state.
Foxwoods Resort Casino, owned by the Mashantucket Pequots, reported Wednesday that revenue was $40.4 million, a 9 percent drop from $44.6 million in March 2014. Slot machine bets of $507.5 million were down 10 percent.
19:55 Woman says Trump groped her while attending U.S. Open tennis tourney in 1998
20:17 Yahoo earnings: 20 cents per share, vs expected EPS of 14 cents
15:41 Box office: 'The Accountant' tallies $24.7M in top spot
14:47 Weekend Box Office: 'The Accountant' Wins With $24.7M; 'Kevin Hart: What Now?' Ties for No. 2