Caesars Foundation will offer 16 grants totaling nearly $1 million to nationwide organizations. Caesars Foundation is funded by operating income and gifts from Caesars Entertainment Corp. and its resort properties.
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This stigma of veterans having PTSD is as great for today’s veterans as it was for those who served in Vietnam, according to Air Force veteran Mark Brenner.
After nearly two decades of searching, Julie Gilday-Shaffer found her niche in the business world.
Station Casinos has joined MGM in signing on with the myVegas social gaming site.
A 5-year-old non-profit organization is cleaning up in North Las Vegas. The Global Soap Project will quadruple its output of reprocessed soap bars with the opening of its new 7,000-square-foot manufacturing plant, which is twice as large as the one it’s replacing.
Cobalt is treating geeks like people and adding the kind of amenities that are common in offices but rare in the high-tech backrooms of the server farm.
The 10th annual Las Vegas’ Largest Mixer, a collaboration of local chambers of commerce and business organizations, will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Riviera Hotel, 2901 Las Vegas Boulevard South.
The recent sale of an office building in southwest Las Vegas looks routine on the surface. But brokers involved in the $17.4 million deal say it’s a sign that local commercial real estate has begun transitioning into a more stable market built around long-term investment.
A couple in Henderson is taking a hands-on approach to teaching their children about work and money — they’ve helped their three preteen daughters create a profitable business and now they’re working for their kids.
Consider this roster a guide for the state exchange and its contractor, Xerox, whose officials we know want to get this stuff sorted out.
California restaurant operator Lzy Dog is opening a branch in Summerlin.
Three Las Vegas business executives share their experiences in improving time management.
A proposed medical school would have a ‘massive’ impact on the health of the community, stakeholders agree.
“Late-Blooming Entrepreneurs: 8 Principles for Starting a Business After Age 40” by Lynne Beverly Strang (White Chimney Press, $14.99).
The latest local housing numbers show an ongoing struggle with prepping home sites for development.
Legislator-turned-lobbyist Terry Care is glad he went to law school.
Few job hunters escape uncertainty and anxiety from not knowing when their search will end.
Airline executives open up about Las Vegas plans during industry event.
The seven local Auto Tech shops are being converted to the Meineke brand, doubling the national auto repair franchiser’s footprint in Southern Nevada.
Risk-taking entrepreneurs may not realize how precarious business can be until they see over the edge of the cliff. Some learn that not being successful, sometimes for years, doesn’t put success out of reach.
Two airlines are promising new flights to Las Vegas before the end of the year. Virgin Atlantic Airlines, which offers nonstop flights to McCarran International Airport from London’s Gatwick International and Manchester, England, plans to experiment with weekly nonstop round trips on Wednesdays from Glasgow, Scotland, during the month of September.
It’s become a local market truism: If you want a new home, prepare to drop $100,000 more than you’d shell out for a resale. But new research — admittedly sought out by home builders — shows that pricing gap may be overstated.
The economy has wreaked havoc on William Jacob’s career as a chef. Now the state is taking his taqueria but he hasn’t lost hope.
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