Lorraine and Clifton Marshall, partners in marriage and business, have successfully climbed the minority business-certification mountain.
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Bruce Merrin came to Las Vegas in 1956, when his father took a job as general manager and executive vice president of the Flamingo Hotel and Casino.
It can be very lonely at the top, said Vicki Hainsworth King, president of Mountain Vista Development Inc. That’s one reason she joined the Las Vegas chapter of Women Presidents’ Organization.
The Nevada Association of Realtors named Kolleen Kelley, an agent with Golden Real Estate and Investments and a past president of the local association, as its 2014 Realtor of the Year.
For Security Partners, establishing its new operations center in Las Vegas was an easy decision.
T he midterm elections are over and Congress will be firmly under Republican control next month, but what does that mean for the economy and the banking industry?
Indecisiveness stymies projects and people. When a co-worker suddenly stops making decisions, you and the work may suffer.
When starting a business, partnership isn’t for everyone because sharing decision-making and working through issues can lead to contentious moments.
UT.LAB has launched an online crowdfunding campaign called Labworks to produce a limited-edition collection of shoes designed by Cristian Lopez, a North Las Vegas student.
Founding partners of the accounting and financial consulting firm Johnson Jacobson Wilcox are splitting off and forming their own company, JW Advisors, on Jan. 1.
Clark County residents looking for a little extra holiday cash might try checking the state treasurer’s website for unclaimed property.
KTR Capital Partners has purchased the approximately 46,020-square-foot industrial property at 6365 Montessouri St. in Las Vegas.
Bankruptcies and new businesses
A Las Vegas tech company has been bringing video data to life, providing businesses with several tools to increase profits and efficiency.
If your business is not on social media, you’d better get your act together. So says Dan Steele, chief operating officer of Las Vegas’ The Influential Network.
The demise of Ultimate Gaming just five months short of the company’s second birthday was attributable to several factors that make online poker in Nevada a challenging business model.
Lawrence Vaughan is a Las Vegas native who attended Faith Lutheran High School. Growing up with computers, he took it one step further and became a self-taught computer programmer.
The Affordable Care Act isn’t changing just how Americans get health insurance and medical care. It’s also set to affect the commercial office market.
When the Great Recession hit in 2008, many entertainment venues lost business as families suffered financially. Bowling, however, just kept rolling along.
All that Twitters isn’t gold. If you’re not getting your message across in the viral world, it’s time to re-examine your approach using the authors’ story-building, story-spreading platform.
The Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Nevada Small Business Development Center, graduated 27 students from its Money Smart/Como Empezar un Negocio (How to Start a Business) Saturday class.
Las Vegas’ famous neon lights turned red on World AIDS Day to show support in the fight against HIV/AIDS and honor those who have died.
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