The development of intimate and kinky emerging technology products has spurred growth of the Adult Entertainment Expo, which is wrapping up a four-day run Saturday at the Hard Rock Hotel.
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Is this the year the state Legislature finally turns the corner and does something to boost Nevada’s woeful education system? Jonas Peterson, president and chief economic development officer for the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance is optimistic, even though many of the professionals that are part of the alliance have led the fight against taxes that would generate more revenue for the state education system.
Representatives of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development board on Thursday approved a series of economic incentives for Scientific Games and a subsidiary, Scientific Games Production, to defray costs of building a 40,000-square-foot soundstage for a set for “Monopoly Millionaires Club,” a nationally broadcast television game show.
The efforts by Caesars Entertainment Corp. to restructure 81 percent of its gaming industry-high debt will be a “drawn out” process, a Wall Street ratings service warned investors Thursday.
The Clarion off the Strip is scheduled to be imploded next month in the early morning hours. Clark County spokesman Dan Kulin said Thursday that the implosion will take place on Feb. 10 between 2-3 a.m.
Gaming industry predictions are not exact science.
Sign-ups have mostly run smoothly in the current open-enrollment session, but some of Nevada’s most vulnerable citizens still face issues getting covered.
To Uber, the ride-sharing transportation network company, and its legion of fans, it’s an easy fix.
Good credit is a lofty goal, but what about perfect credit? Securing the best three-digit FICO score can save hundreds of thousands of dollars during your lifetime. With FICO scores ranked from 300 to 850, reaching the top of the pack — the so-called “800 Club” — is a goal few consumers achieve.
The dream of homeownership can quickly turn into a nightmare, leaving you with enough financial regrets to last a lifetime. Don’t let the home-buying process make a financial fool out of you. Here are seven of the biggest home shopping and mortgage mistakes to avoid.
One in five Americans has hidden a purchase of $500 or more from their significant other, according to a new study from CreditCards.com. And an estimated 7.2 million Americans have a bank account or credit card that their spouse doesn’t know about.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman Sheldon Adelson will take over as chief executive of the company’s Macau subsidiary.
If you’re flying on a Boeing 777 Cathay Pacific flight from Hong Kong to Los Angeles on any given day, there’s a one in 4,068,434 chance that your plane will crash. At least that’s what a new app called “Am I Going Down?” says.
It’s a sad day for shoppers who love Sasquatch statues and electric slippers. The SkyMall catalog, a dog-eared best friend to bored and lonely fliers for 25 years, has filed for bankruptcy.
Expedia Inc. has acquired online travel agency Travelocity from technology company Sabre Corp. for $280 million in cash, the companies said in a statement on Friday, as consolidation in the online booking industry continues.
Personnel changes are under way at the state’s health insurance exchange.
Two of the more commonly talked about debt reduction methods are the debt snowball and the debt avalanche. With the snowball method, people focus on paying debts off one at a time, in the order of smallest to largest balances. With the avalanche method, you pay off debts one at a time in the order of the highest interest rate first. So which method is better for you?
Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Beers and dozens of soccer stadium subsidy opponents plan to make their last stand in front of City Hall on Friday.
Boyd Gaming Corp. appointed the chief executive of a national hotel chain and a Las Vegas attorney to the casino company’s board of directors on Thursday.
City National Corp., parent company of wholly owned City National Bank, on Thursday reported record full-year net income of $255.8 million in 2014, up 11 percent from $230 million in 2013.
The Nevada Transportation Authority on Thursday wrapped up the adjudication of 24 citations and vehicle impoundment cases connected to the illegal operation of the Uber Technologies ride-sharing app.
President Obama faces a new problem this year: America as a whole is improving, but most cities are getting left behind.
The arrest of New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver on federal corruption charges Thursday caught the attention of Las Vegas-based Ultimate Fighting Championship, which has been feuding with Silver over proposed legislation that would legalize mixed martial arts fights in New York state.
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