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.
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Southern Nevada’s economy is showing continued signs of growth in gaming, tourism and other areas, the latest figures in a University of Nevada Las Vegas study indicate.
Alcohol consumption is up in Nevada — distribution of wines increased 18.2 percent, spirits went up 14.8 percent, and draft beer 10 percent, all in gallons, state figures show.
Gov. Brian Sandoval said he can’t wait to experience “the Kitty Hawk moment” for Hyperloop Technologies Inc. in North Las Vegas. That moment could occur as early as next fall based on company’s bold development schedule.
Consultants working for Las Vegas Sands and Majestic Realty told the 11-member Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee on Thursday about the benefits a domed stadium would bring to Southern Nevada.
KIOF, found at 97.9 on the FM dial and supported in part by T-Mobile, began broadcasting in Las Vegas last month after receiving its license from the Federal Communications Commission.
Would Southern Nevadans prefer to spend room-tax revenue on a domed football stadium and a potential National Football League team, or a convention center expansion boosters say would keep Las Vegas the leading convention and trade show host?
Executives with Hyperloop Technologies, which late last year announced plans to build an outdoor test track at Apex, will appear before the Governor’s Office of Economic Development on Friday and work to convince the 11-member board to award it sales, business and property tax abatements as well as a $750,000 catalyst-fund tax credit.
Danu Partners, an Irish investment firm, Ireland acquired Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group, a chain of steakhouses, from Bunker Hill Capital for an undisclosed price.
IKEA on Tuesday announced that the solar installation is complete atop its Las Vegas store.
Tesla Motors officials pulled back the curtains Friday at its Gigafactory under construction east of Reno, offering some local media a chance to see the progress of what will become one of the largest factories in the world.
Sutherland Global Services, a New York-based technology outsourcing and consulting company, will hold a job fair from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at its new operations center at 8725 W. Sahara Ave.
Ahern Rentals, Xtreme Manufacturing, Ahern IT and AX Transportation will hold a job fair for more than 35 job openings on Saturday.
Six leaders of the the state and local Realtors’ associations will participate in MIPIM, a global trade show in Cannes, France, designed to connect real estate professionals with investors, tenants and property buyers.
A ceremony marking the start of construction for the Enclave at 5800 S. Eastern Ave. in Las Vegas was held Wednesday.
Jeff Bezos says his rocket company, Blue Origin, will start sending tourists into space by 2018.
The Sansone Cos.’ turnaround project on Maryland Parkway has signed a lease with Sea Quest Aquarium to open a 31,000 square-foot, interactive attraction that will let visitors feed caimans and swim with stingrays, among other activities.
Faraday Future has assured Nevada of its commitment to acquire sufficient bonds and other funding to help finance infrastructure at the Apex Industrial Park in North Las Vegas.
Construction workers at Tesla’s massive battery factory east of Reno returned to their jobs Tuesday after a one-day walkout to protest the hiring of out-of-state workers by a contractor.
U.S. manufacturing activity contracted for a fifth straight month in February, but there were signs the embattled sector is recovering. In a separate report, the Commerce Department said construction spending increased 1.5 percent to $1.14 trillion, the highest level since October 2007.
The Great Recession made Las Vegas health clubs sweat along with other businesses. But the sector is pumped for a rebound. Several health club companies have clubs planned or in construction — signs that the market can grow.
A new solar plant that can store the sun's energy and generate power day or night is now in full commercial operation outside of Tonopah.
There's a flicker of life at the old Moulin Rouge casino site on the industrial northwest edge of downtown Las Vegas. And a property transaction could be in the cards by the end of March.