UNLV gets $12.9 million grant from Kitty Rodman estate
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Some of the biggest deals were on display Oct. 17 at The Orleans during DEALing in Vegas 2014, a panel discussion held by NAIOP Southern Nevada, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association.
When voters go to the polls, they won’t find the Margins Tax or the Education Initiative on the ballot. Instead they’ll encounter Question 3.
Jaimesen Mapes joined Town Square as a marketing coordinator in August 2007, just months before the shopping, dining and entertainment destination, formerly the Vacation Village Hotel & Casino, opened on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Businesses that collect at least $1 million in annual revenue are in jeopardy of paying a 2 percent margin tax if Question 3, an initiative that seeks to increase public school funding, comes out on top when ballots are counted Nov. 4.
When investment banker Lincoln Spoor walked into a Krispy Kreme in Alexandria, Va,. in 1992, his life changed with his first bite.
The Las Vegas Metro Chamber will honor local businesses that demonstrated excellence, innovation and best practices at the Business Excellence Awards luncheon on Oct. 30 at Green Valley Ranch.
Las Vegas has made its reputation on entrepreneurs who are living out their dreams in the bright lights of the Strip, but for more practical small-business owners, identifying the right franchise to purchase is the most efficient way to build a path to financial independence.
Change prompts business reinvention, said Lloyd Shefsky, author of “Invent, Reinvent, Thrive: The Keys to Success for any Startup, Entrepreneur or Family Business” (McGraw Hill, $26).
The Wet ’n’ Wild attraction has two years under its belt. 5Q asked Takuya Ohki, the venue’s general manager, what he’s learned and what comes next.
Station Casinos hosted its annual Smart Start breakfast this month at Red Rock Resort’s T-bones Chophouse and awarded $50,000 — $5,000 each — to 10 elementary schools designated by the Clark County School District as needing the greatest assistance for students.
Planning for changes in the tax laws — even when no one is sure what they will be as Congress drags its feet ahead of November’s midterm elections — is the most important piece of advice local accountants and tax professionals recommend for small-business owners.
You might not have hunted for a job for some time and might be looking for inspiration. Or you might have been looking for a while, but your methods have proved unproductive. Don’t put up with repetitive job-hunting information and ideas. Look for something new.
Goodwill of Southern Nevada has broken ground on three new locations for Goodwill retail stores and drive-thru donation centers.
We are witnessing the arrival of a new economic model that we have yet to understand fully. Although this new, conceptual economic model is unfolding gradually, the knowledge economy is changing rapidly.
Lance Bradford wears a variety of hats. He’s a certified public accountant and co-founder of L.L. Bradford & Co., a local accounting firm. He’s also CEO of Stable Development, which recently added the Longford Medical Center to its growing portfolio.
In Southern Nevada, the voices are getting louder. Uber is coming.
In five years of working as a certified business mentor with SCORE, Raj Tumber has seen his share of entrepreneurs with growing pains. He’s counseled a wide range of business owners through the roller coaster ride that has been the local economy.
Southern Nevada auto dealers are belatedly embracing the state’s new Electronic Dealer Report of Sale program, just as the Department of Motor Vehicles ramps up its enforcement of the program, promising fines for noncompliance.
The grand opening of Downtown Summerlin’s new shopping and entertainment center has passed, but that doesn’t mean you’ll stop hearing about the project’s launch.
They could put off the inevitable for only so long. Now, locals who renewed health insurance early in 2013 to delay complying with mandates in the Affordable Care Act are feeling the effects of the law.
The opening of Downtown Summerlin will dramatically change the commercial real estate market in Southern Nevada, five senior industry executives agree. But they differ on just how those changes will be felt in the valley’s submarkets.
The Nevada District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration seeks nominations for its signature statewide 2015 Small Business Awards.
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