State Treasurer Dan Schwartz has submitted a bill draft for consideration by the 2017 Legislature to eliminate the modified business and commerce taxes and replace them with a corporate income tax.
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Startup activity in Las Vegas jumped from 72.7 percent in 2014 to 77.4 percent in 2015, according to the The Kauffman Foundation, which released its analysis on startup activity by metro area and state Tuesday.
Cracker Barrel will expand its Southern Nevada presence with a North Las Vegas debut in mid- to late- October, according to company spokeswoman Breeanna Straessle.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid voiced support Tuesday for a proposed domed football stadium that could bring the NFL’s Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas, but he deferred to local and state officials when asked about the project’s financing.
The Las Vegas startup scene has not blossomed into the thriving tech hub many envisioned four years ago, but the scene is still reaping the benefits from a bid to make it one.
Documents show congressman’s assertion that military officials were worried about surveillance not just ‘bizarre conspiracy theories’
Development company the Walters Group deposited $495,600 in earnest money on Wednesday to secure the purchase of about 36 acres of Clark County land won at auction Tuesday.
A golf course development company may be out an extra $365,000 after its president inadvertently overbid on surplus airport land during an auction at Tuesday’s county commission meeting.
Futuristic transportation company Hyperloop One, which is testing its technology in North Las Vegas, late Monday announced a partnership with international port operator DP World.
Nevada is about to test the concept of a partnership between corporations and universities as it works to create an entirely different workforce to offer to companies such as autonomous-car manufacturer Faraday Future.
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