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.
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Nevada is working to create an economy that more heavily relies on advanced manufacturing, technology and healthcare, among others. That has meant travel abroad to recruit companies to the Silver State.
U.S. employers advertised more openings and hired more people in June, adding to evidence that the job market has rebounded from a brief soft patch in the spring.
Customer service call center Sitel is seeking 200 full-time, seasonal positions at its Las Vegas location.
Craft beer can be found in more locations than ever in Southern Nevada as Strip properties embrace the market.
Gov. Brian Sandoval and Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk have signed a statement of intent to advance relations between the two governments.
Goodwill of Southern Nevada opened its third Career Connections center on Thursday in an area it identified as among the most in need of its services.
It took Cuban immigrant Marcos Alian Hurtado Vilar six years to open his first business, and he considers himself lucky to have accomplished so much in less than a decade.
Workforce development efforts in the state have been ongoing and numerous — and now a team of two is working to coordinate all of those efforts and target grant money.
City National Bank has announced that it has established a new relationship with Shetakis Foodservice, one of the largest food distribution companies in Southern Nevada, by providing them with a commercial loan totaling more than $12 million.