The solar industry is booming in Las Vegas. Nevada is already third in the nation for solar projects.
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It’s definitely not the worst of times for Nevada’s new-home market, but it’s certainly not the best of times, either.
Seven years after the recession and the end of the easy credit era it represented, Nevada startup companies are looking at every possible resource to raise funds.
Retailers large and small have begun the run-up to the holiday season by announcing plans to employ more seasonal employees than last year.
Microsoft, one of the most well-known brands in the world, is looking to increase its presence in Las Vegas.
Nevada employers may have to increase their unemployment insurance contributions next year as the state works to close a budget problem in its benefits pool.
The nuances of employment law can land small-business owners in hot water if they don’t understand all of the obligations that come with being an employer, Las Vegas area attorneys say.
Litigation Services is among fastest growing Nevada firms by serving lawyers’ needs… including lunch.
Fortunately, there is an emerging group of professionals and advisers focused on preparing business owners and their businesses so that they might enjoy that elusive “successful business transition.”
The Board of the Directors of the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance extended for two years the contract of Tom Skancke as its president and CEO.
Somehow your boss sneaked in a promotion but omitted the raise. You were so glad to keep your job that you didn’t balk. However, you recognize now that the glow is wearing off as resentment creeps in.
Southern Nevada’s commercial real estate markets continued to improve in the third quarter, but the industrial sector posted some of the biggest gains.
Data breaches are becoming commonplace, and banks and credit unions are trying to deal with the threat while working with law enforcement officials and federal and state regulators to try and protect consumers.
While Air Force pilot Matthew Jensen was deployed in Afghanistan nearly two years ago, he said, he and his fellow airmen spent most of their free time working out and talking about the best ways to build muscle.
Although Kevin Potts and David Starck are based in Las Vegas, the two are always traveling to oversee other projects, which include Converse Corp. in Boston, Hotel D at City of Dreams in Macau and their most recent at The Solaire Theatre in Manila, Philippines.
UNLV gets $12.9 million grant from Kitty Rodman estate
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.