The boutique motel rooms have new floors, furniture and paint. The flowers in the center of the property are in full bloom. The road surface is cobblestones, not asphalt. And a small wooden pavilion provides much-needed shade.
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The chief financial officer for MGM Resorts International said Thursday the company has held discussions with a group looking to bring a National Hockey League team to Las Vegas, but the talks were preliminary.
RW Garcia, a family-owned corn-based chip and snack maker from San Jose, Calif., has opened a 63,000-squre-foot manufacturing plant in unincorporated Clark County near North Las Vegas.
Denver-based Frontier Airlines announced Tuesday that it will start nonstop service between St. Louis and Las Vegas three times a week in January.
In a small celebration, Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce executives cut a ribbon for the opening of the 5,000-member business organization’s new home in the Bohman Pavilion of the the Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
Several Las Vegas City Council members say developers Cordish Cos. and Findlay Sports & Entertainment should consider taking on a third partner to privatize financing for a proposed downtown soccer stadium so that public dollars are not used.
The State Transportation Board on Monday unanimously approved a $70 million design-build project for State Highway 439, also known as USA Parkway east of Reno in Storey and Lyon counties.
A Las Vegas firm has launched a first-of-its-kind online research program that lets businesses and consumers see real-time trends in economic and social indicators.
A pharmaceutical fulfillment company will expand to Las Vegas next year with 353 jobs and an employment pipeline to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas after winning a $3.4 million incentive package.
Gov. Brian Sandoval said Thursday the Clark County School Board made a “grave mistake” by not asking voters this year to approve new bonds to build schools and the decision may complicate his efforts in education.
It’s here. After six years of economy-related delays, Downtown Summerlin’s 1.6 million-square-foot outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment center opened this morning to floods of consumers flowing into stores.
The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance has elected three business leaders to its board of directors.
The nation technically put the Great Recession in its rear-view mirror five years ago, but to the president and CEO of the San Francisco’s Federal Reserve Bank, which oversees Nevada, there’s still a ways to go to reach full recovery.
Downtown Project spokeswoman Kim Schaefer reassured those at a Tuesday meeting of the company’s commitment to Las Vegas in the wake of recent layoffs of 30 employees.
Construction will start Wednesday on the anchor business of what is to become Nevada’s first full-scale health village. Gov. Brian Sandoval is expected to attend a groundbreaking ceremony at Union Village, near U.S. 95 and Galleria Drive in Henderson.
Entrepreneurs, startups and business leaders will converge Nov. 21-23 at The Innevation Center at 6795 S. Edmond St. to participate in Las Vegas Startup Weekend, a weekend-long event where entrepreneurs come together to pitch ideas, learn business basics, build partnerships and ultimately, start companies.
RENO — Word that Tesla Motors was interested in locating its giant battery factory near Reno apparently jumpstarted a business migration to the region long before the electric car maker made the decision official.
RENO — The city of Reno is considering a plan to ban any new casinos or unrestricted-gambling licenses on the north edge of downtown as part of an effort to redevelop the mile-long corridor linking the city to the campus of the University of Nevada, Reno.
Sen. Harry Reid on Monday claimed a bit of credit for pushing energy policies in Congress that led to electric car maker Tesla being able to choose Nevada for its lithium battery Gigafactory.
The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance has officially rolled out a new networking program to connect business owners with economic development officials to improve and expand the economy with new jobs.
Nevada Controller Kim Wallin said she’s glad that Nevada made a deal with Tesla to build a $5 billion battery plant in the state, but she’s worried officials won’t hold the company publicly accountable for meeting its end of the bargain.
It seems the world’s oldest profession isn’t preventing the newest and most innovative businesses from coming to Nevada, after all.
The governor’s economic development office hopes to receive about $4 million in federal money to invest in new businesses through the Silver State’s venture capital program.
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