While brick-and-mortar stores increase their online presence and tech companies are increasing their real-world presence, the competition is heating up.
Nearly 20,000 Nevada homeowners have received an average of about $97,000 as part of the $25 billion national settlement over questionable foreclosure and lending practices by some of the nation’s largest financial institutions.
Companies ranging from one in Storey County well-known for paint operations to one in Clark County associated with high-tech data storage recently received tax abatements from the Board of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
Universal Entertainment Corp., the Tokyo-based company controlled by gaming magnate Kazuo Okada, called a $25 million payment at the center of an FBI investigation into possible bribery in the Philippines “unnecessary.”
A management company headed by former Las Vegas Sands Corp. President Bill Weidner will oversee the centerpiece resort of a $3.5 billion hotel-casino complex in the Bahamas.
Sempra U.S. Gas & Power has sold part of its interest in a local solar power plant.
Culinary Workers Local 226 members voted overwhelmingly Monday to raise dues by $25 in the event of a strike this year against Strip and downtown resorts.
Inside South Hall, all the big names are present: Chase, McDonald’s, Cinnabon, Big 5 Sporting Goods, Bass Pro Shops and Ace Hardware. Real estate agents, developers, shopping center marketing staff and potential franchisees are walking the floor and making their appointments.
The Toronto City Council went ahead with a vote Tuesday to kill a casino project proposed for the downtown area that attracted interest from Nevada largest gaming companies.
REDMOND, Wash. — Microsoft thinks it has the one.