Elaine Wynn’s uphill bid to retain a seat on Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s board of directors failed, but the longtime philanthropist and ex-wife of Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn says her efforts served their purpose.
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Disabled veteran Christina Slowik’s recently purchased home had issues from plumbing to power to a subpar rear addition. But by Saturday, Slowik and the two teen sons who live with her will finally have a habitable home, thanks to local participants in a national effort to fix up homes for low-income families and veterans.
The Nevada Gaming Commission has approved the sale of the 300-room Gold Strike Hotel and Gambling Hall in Jean to the Herbst family in a deal the new owners are calling more of a real-estate play than a gaming opportunity.
Passenger volume at McCarran International Airport continued its moderate climb, domestically and internationally, in March with 3.9 million customers passing through the gates of the Las Vegas airport.
Many adults who pay rent might be able to afford mortgage payments, but switching from renting to owning is a process that requires planning and forethought. If you’re considering applying for a mortgage, one of the first things you want to pay attention to is your credit report and score. Ask yourself, Is my credit score good enough to buy a house?
During the course of a lifetime, the average American is estimated to spend between $240,704 and $349,968 on automobiles, according to MotorTrend. Keep in mind that cost includes gas, repairs, registration fees and more. Rather than spending all of that money on your wheels, what if you saved at least some of it and invested it instead?
Downtown Summerlin is not where one expects to find a venue offering valuable items at a fraction of their cost. But Dinosaurs & Roses is such a place. Located at 10975 Sage Park Drive, Suite 170, just east of Dillard’s, the pop-up venue is slated to be there only until May 31.
For the past year, d’annata has been gaining a loyal following at Tivoli Village. The nearly 1,400-square-foot store gets its name from the Italian word for “vintage.” Patrons say it has its own personality.
From using social media to score last-minute flight deals to which cities are surprisingly affordable, check out what expert travelers from the Travel Channel, Budget Travel and more have to say about how to save money for vacation travel plans.
Jennifer Roberts never considered a career as a gaming attorney. She grew up in Salt Lake City and earned an undergraduate degree in criminology. She thought about looking into an advanced degree in some type of forensic science program. “Since I knew I could never get through organic chemistry, I chose law instead,” she said.
In his first foray away from his restaurants on the Strip, Jonathan Fine has converted the old Roadrunner country-western themed saloon in the west valley into an ultracasual craft beer tavern with 250 beers and space to watch sports and play games.
Fresh off staging a prestigious global equestrian event at the Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas Events is bidding to host the FEI World Cup in Las Vegas for 2018 with the host locations for 2016 and 2107 already locked up.
The wait is almost over for the grand opening of Tenaya Creek Brewery’s bigger, better location. No later than September — about five months behind schedule — Las Vegans will be able to enjoy one of the brewery’s craft beers inside the fully renovated 13,000-square-foot building at 831 Bonanza Road, owner Tim Etter said.
Two casino companies with Nevada ties had improved first-quarter results, including Las Vegas-based Pinnacle Entertainment which reported record net revenue.
You’re probably not going to watch the Fight of the Century in person on May 2. But at least you can buy a $35 T-shirt — 0r even a $10,000 charcoal framed pastel — at a pop-up merchandise store that opened in a downtown Las Vegas parking lot at noon Friday.
Silver State Schools Credit Union on Friday reported an increased profit for the first quarter of 2015 compared to the same three-month period for last year.
First Security Bank of Nevada on Friday reported a 216 percent increase in profits for the first quarter of 2015 compared with the same period in 2014.
City National Corp., parent company of wholly owned City National Bank, on Thursday reported first-quarter 2015 net income of $61.6 million, up 14 percent from $53.8 million in the year-ago period.
Las Vegas is losing ground as the “wedding capital of the world” as more destinations around the globe try to tap into the business of love and money.
Clark County government and its largest union remain locked in a standoff, unable to bargain a contract, as the Nevada Legislature considers a bill that would reform collective bargaining.
Charter Communications Inc.’s advisers have started the process to begin talks on a deal to buy Time Warner Cable Inc., Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.
Millennials might just be the most financially savvy generation — at least when it comes to credit card perks. We spoke with four millennials about why they choose cash back, how much they get back and what they like to spend it on.
Allowing data storage company Switch to leave Nevada Power with a lower “exit fee” than recommended by state regulators would expose the utility and its remaining customers to the volatile purchased power market and would not be in the public interest, a member of the PUC staff has testified.
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