Lorraine and Clifton Marshall, partners in marriage and business, have successfully climbed the minority business-certification mountain.
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Marco Benvenuti and Patrick Bosworth, co-founders of Las Vegas-based Duetto, are using the company’s innovative software to change the way hotels and resorts book rooms.
Boutique hotels have been sprouting up across the Las Vegas Valley and there could be more soon.
Small Business Saturday on Nov. 29 marks the fifth anniversary of the American Express initiative, which seeks to encourage customers to explore small businesses for their holiday shopping.
Tina Quigley, general manager of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, grew up in Petaluma, Calif., and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in aviation business and planning.
Several local real estate brokers recently received notable industry accolades.
How does a business owner save for retirement? If tax bite is the issue, consider a Cash Balance Plan.
f you’re an entrepreneur, pat yourself on the back. You may have initially explored self-employment and building a business to meet personal goals, but you’re doing the world a favor.
The Henderson Chamber of Commerce and the city of Henderson’s Economic Development/Redevelopment division hosted Henderson’s 15th annual Economic Development and Small Business Awards on Nov. 13 at the Hilton Lake Las Vegas.
The future of America’s energy storage industry may well be found in “them thar hills” of central Nevada, and Canada-based American Vanadium Corp. is gearing up to harvest what it sees as the 21st century mother lode.
Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada honored health care community leaders at its annual Medicine Ball on Nov. 8 including Dignity Health Nevada senior vice president of operations Rod A. Davis.
The Sauter Multifamily Group of NAI Vegas helped negotiate the sale of 1550 Fahrenheit Apartments at 1550 E. Harmon Ave.
When a mom thinks of starting a business, there’s one question she must answer: “What does success look like?”
Chris Strahan of Chapman Las Vegas Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram is one of 55 finalists for the Dealer of the Year award sponsored by Time magazine.
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Bankruptcies, new businesses
The solar industry is booming in Las Vegas. Nevada is already third in the nation for solar projects.
Last year, SolarCity founders, brothers Lyndon and Peter Rive, wanted to establish their San Mateo, Calif.-based company in Nevada. However, they felt state policies didn’t accommodate solar.
Linda Rheinberger of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices-Nevada was installed Nov. 11 at a national convention in New Orleans as vice president of the Rocky Mountain Region of the National Association of Realtors.
Confidence has been restored in the past two years in the areas of buying businesses and real estate, expanding existing businesses and establishing startups, said Wells Fargo Vice President Business Development Officer Roger Unger.
Olive Apartments, an 85-unit complex at 2300 Olive St., Las Vegas has been sold for $2.25 million.
MGM Resorts International is one of Las Vegas’ largest and most high-profile businesses. And, with annual donations surpassing $11 million, so is the MGM Resorts Foundation.