The investor group that owns the bulk of Juhl in downtown Las Vegas is gearing up to turn rentals into sales.
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Chris Connelly’s Contrarian Investments LLC was up 31 percent on December 18 compared with a 10 percent return for the Dow Jones over the same period. Then he had his Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl moment.
Nevada’s unemployment rate saw the largest decline nationwide for year-over-year February unemployment.
When Douglas Murphy decided to buy a vanity license plate in 1982, he hit a snag generations in the making.
When NFL owners gather in Phoenix beginning Monday, they’re expected to consider a vote to relocate the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas.
GameCo, the first U.S. maker of video game gambling machines, hopes to raise as much as $30 million in a third round of funding as it seeks to launch more games and expand into new markets.
Spanning 26 acres of beachfront property, the latest project by a subsidiary of MGM Resorts won’t have slot machines or poker tables, but will boast 1,000 rooms, a “dazzling” theater and a snorkeling area. It will also be in Dubai — a Middle Eastern city the company knows all too well.
Twitter Inc. is considering whether to build a premium version of its popular Tweetdeck interface aimed at professionals, the company said late Thursday.
Touch the screen. Place your order. Pay for your food. Have your Big Mac delivered via table service. Welcome to the new McDonald’s in Las Vegas.
Minus5, kept at -5 degrees celsius, 23 degrees Fahrenheit, will open inside Grand Canal Shoppes, Minus5 President Noel Bowman said. He will hire about 30 people.
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