The world is constantly changing and is now moving at a significantly faster rate than in the past. This is why many people in Maryland and other states become upset when a historic business decides to close its doors. One town in the Northeastern United States is now feeling this way after learning that the local paper mill company which had been operating since 1907 has now filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which will result in asset liquidation.
Many Maryland readers have taken the short road trip to Atlantic City. For decades, the area was one of the few places where legal gambling was available, and the casinos along the boardwalk drew many thousands of visitors each year. Now, Trump Casinos joins other businesses in Chapter 11 as the gambling market expands and the company's customer base finds alternative venues in which to place their bets.