UNLV Lee Business School named Chin-Chun (Vincent) Hsu, associate professor of international business, MBA director.
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Green practice is woven in the name of the downtown architecture and design firm, BUNNYFiSH studio.
A co-worker has done you harm. The person stole something from you — an opportunity, such as a promotion or seat on a prestigious committee, trade secrets, a file, your good reputation, something on your desk.
A routine check on national master-plan sales exposed a slowing new-homes market.
You may have heard that Southwest Airlines is now flying internationally with routes to Montego Bay, Jamaica; Nassau-Paradise Island, Bahamas; Punta Cana, Dominican Republic; and Oranjestad, Aruba.
Opportunity Village leads several initiatives to increase sustainability. The nonprofit repurposes used towels from hotels like the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas and Mandalay Bay and also disassembles computer hard drives to reuse the parts.
Since its founding in 2008, Simple Environmental Service Group has been on a mission to help businesses live in harmony with nature. Through its efforts 9 million tons of recyclable materials have been kept from making their way to landfills.
‘Hungry beast’ can shred a car in two-three seconds
Joe Russo of GetDocsNow.com on his company’s role in conservation and preserving resources.
For one Las Vegas transplant from Montana, advocating for sustainability and greener practices has become a major focus.
The Springs Preserve is green to its core.
Valley Electric Association is not your typical energy provider. The nonprofit, member-owned electric cooperative operates with the environment in mind, voluntarily promoting a product that significantly reduces energy use.
Fighting hunger is not an easy task, but the team at Three Square Food Bank managed to distribute 30 million pounds of food in 2013 while also taking care of the environment.
The nine winners of this year’s Green Awards represent a wide range of industries showing that ecofriendly measures do not represent obstacles; rather they are vehicles that help businesses increase productivity and efficiency.
As business travel is rebounding, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has unveiled a series of advertisements promoting the city as a place to have conventions and trade shows as well as corporate meetings.
She’s Las Vegas’ queen of green. Annette Bubak, co-founder of the Green Alliance, is a longtime instructor who helps real estate agents learn about energy efficiency and green homes.
That wasn’t so bad. When the state Insurance Division released the health-plan premiums that insurers have proposed for 2015, the numbers held a couple of surprises.
The 17 high school students filling a large circular life raft used teamwork as they worked together to put up a tarp to protect themselves from the elements.
British lifestyle brand Ted Baker London will open its third Las Vegas store on Aug. 15 at Fashion Show mall.
Miracle Mile Shops collects funds for Dress For Success
If you haven’t job hunted in the last seven to 15 years, you’ll find a more intricate, demanding market. You’ll confront changes in recruiting and personal branding and the proliferation of niches, which makes targeting essential.
Richard Solomons sits in one of his hotels, explaining how travelers can’t be stereotyped. A businessman this week might be on vacation the next. For each trip, they have different needs.
Bart Patterson, who became president of Nevada State College in 2012, sees his role as “helping change family trees.”
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