Tesla’s gigafactory under construction east of Reno will be put on display July 29 for some of the electric-car company’s customers.
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As the owner and strategic partner of PrideStaff Las Vegas, Bob Daniel shares his knowledge with every staffing applicant who walks through his door. It is this trademark of personalized quality and service that has earned Daniel the Small Business Administration’s award as Nevada Veteran-Owned Business of the Year.
Construction is dormant on the site of the former Fergusons Motel. And while officials with Downtown Project have not cited any difficulties with plans for the shuttered motel at Fremont and Eleventh streets, they said they want to “get it right the first time.”
Many Nevada companies are missing opportunities to grow their business and increase revenues because they don’t think about exporting their goods and services abroad. That’s the message of Kris Sanchez, director of international trade with the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis on Thursday told the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee that he wants to move his NFL franchise to Las Vegas, and he pledged $500 million toward the construction of a $1.4 billion domed stadium if a public-private financing plan is approved by the Legislature.
The Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee all but signed off Thursday on a proposal to fund the expansion and improvement of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Those National Football League fans hoping to get a definitive resolution on whether the Oakland Raiders are Las Vegas-bound will likely be disappointed in the outcome of Thursday’s Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee meeting.
The federal Bureau of Land Management on Tuesday sold its largest amount of land in a single auction since Southern Nevada’s boom era.
Nevada college students have a chance to work with Faraday Future this summer, well before the burgeoning electric car company opens a $1 billion, 3-million-square-foot factory in North Las Vegas.
The federal government on Tuesday will hold its largest local public-lands auction in 11 years, as the Bureau of Land Management puts 40 parcels totaling nearly 900 acres in southwest Las Vegas, east Las Vegas and Henderson up for sale.
Picture a Las Vegas nightclub filled with stationary bikes. That’s exactly what it feels like inside XCYCLE, an indoor cycling studio that debuted last week at Boca Park in western Las Vegas.
The Henderson Chamber of Commerce’s third, and final, I CAN BE program of the school year took place Wednesday at Basic High School.
Faraday Future is striving to make its 3 million-square foot factory one that boasts energy-efficient and eco-friendly aspects.
Electric car company Faraday Future broke ground Wednesday for its planned 900-acre manufacturing site in North Las Vegas.
As the sun slipped below the western horizon Monday night, current and former employees of Walker Furniture gathered in a parking lot near the family-owned store on Martin Luther King Boulevard to watch the last piece of the Walker warehouse turned to rubble.
Z Capital Partners, the private equity management arm of Z Capital Group, said an affiliate agreed to acquire the Pink Taco restaurant brand for an undisclosed price.
NEW YORK — Marriott International has cleared one of its major hurdles on its journey to acquire rival Starwood and become the world’s largest hotel chain.
Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop has opened the doors to its latest Las Vegas-area restaurant in North Las Vegas.
OnTrac, a regional parcel company, hosted an event on Thursday to mark the opening of a new shipping facility in Henderson.
Nevada’s weekly wage soared to a record third-quarter reading in the period that ended in September.
The Las Vegas City Council agreed Wednesday to sell three acres of land near downtown to a distiller looking to expand its operations.
Before the title game even tipped off, the PAC-12 announced it was taking its basketball and going across the street to T-Mobile Arena in 2017. The move to the Strip’s newest, shiniest venue will boost attendance at the sold-out tournament by 42 percent, from around 13,000 to 18,500.
T-Mobile Arena isn’t a one-configuration-fits-all type of venue. With flexible moving platforms, seats can be arranged in different ways to host concerts with a stage at one end of the building, performances in the round, boxing and mixed-martial-arts matches and hockey and basketball games.