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San Francisco Examiner: WSEX Founder Killed Himself With Illegal Gun

 Tom Somach reports in the San Francisco Examiner Sunday that Steve Schillinger of Word Sports Exchange, who killed himself last month, had an illegal gun and Antigua police are investigating how he got it, 

Brilliant Game Developers At The Biggest Slot Machine Company In The World Are Walking Away

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Gambling911.com mentioned in Business Insider - A hedge fund manager's proxy battle with the management of IGT, the world's largest casino gaming company, is shining a light on what's been going on inside the company.

CNBC Stock Market Report on Zynga

CNBC quotes a Gambling911.com article on Zynga's potential for real money poker.

Election 2012: Candidates Hedge Bets On Gambling Policy

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Gambling911.com was quoted in a recent Huffington Post article. The debate over gambling has taken a backseat in the presidential race, but experts say it is bound to emerge.

Jenny Woo Interviews Harrah's Interactive Entertainment Mitch Garber

I recently had an opportunity to sit down with the CEO of Harrah's new division, Harrah's Interactive Entertainment.  His name is Mitch Garber and if the name rings a bell, it probably should.  For some time he served as CEO of the once largest online poker room, PartyGaming.

Archived Costigan Media Press Stories & Events

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Archived content dating back to 2006 from Costigan Media.

The World Wagers On Obama

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Gambling911.com referenced in Obama betting odds. Inauguration Snow? First-Term Impeachment? White House Puppy Named Joe The Plumber? Place Your Bets

Online gambling's chief booster in Congress hopeful for Obama win

Recap of interview with Barney Frank from the Industry Standard publication.

Web is the winner in March Madness

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Gambling911.com mentioned in CNNMoney article describing this years increased traffic online to March Madness websites. Bricks-and-mortar casinos and media group CBS, which owns the television rights, also have plenty at stake. But the online video and gambling businesses may turn out to be the up-and-coming teams to watch.

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