Northern Nevada will have its gigafactory.
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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.
First-time business owners Reed and Judy Alewel aren’t taking any shortcuts as they prepare to open Pinot’s Palette, a paint and sip studio, on Thursday at The District at Green Valley Ranch.
Nevada business leaders want the Legislature to consider holding a special session this year to put together an incentive package to lure Tesla Motors’ $5 billion lithium battery factory to the state, but lawmakers aren’t sold on the idea.
With all the stadium, arena and ballpark proposals floating around Las Vegas, it’s a challenge to keep track of them all. Here’s the rundown for those keeping score:
Downtown Project redevelopment march down East Fremont Street toward Maryland Parkway is continuing with the rebirth of the old Fergusons Motel property at 11th Street, where Tony Hsieh’s DTP is proposing an outdoor retail and office with three taverns and a 60-foot-tall piece of art called, “Big Rig Jig.”
A Phoenix family that owns 11 Jersey Mike’s Subs shops in Arizona is planning a major expansion into the Las Vegas market, revealing plans to own as many as 13 Jersey Mike’s shops in the valley.
The Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Nevada, or GLCCNV, recently hosted chambers from across the U.S. and Canada at Caesars Palace for the 2014 NGLCC National Business and Leadership Conference.
A sprawling industrial park near Reno where wild mustangs roam among the sagebrush has become the focus of Tesla’s unusually secretive site selection process for its $5 billion battery factory, but the groundwork taking place is no guarantee that the plant and its 6,500 jobs are coming.
It’s official: Tesla Motors has broken ground on a stretch of land outside Reno that could serve as the site for its forthcoming $5 billion battery factory.
Sixteen months ago, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas cut loose its campus stadium partner, Majestic Realty, to make peace with the Las Vegas resort industry.
The Market, a new grocery on East Fremont Street, is projected to open in late September across from the El Cortez and a two-minute stroll from Container Park. About 10,000 items will line the shelves of the 6,000-square-foot urban grocery,
The state will partner with the South Point to provide Nevada’s first indoor unmanned aerial vehicle test range.
When the Federal Aviation Administration considered Nevada as a potential site for unmanned aerial vehicle tests last year, regulators were impressed with the state’s wide-open spaces. Now there’s another allure: indoor spaces
Among the best states for business, the Silver State ranks No. 29 overall, a new analysis shows. In CNBC’s annual list of top states for business, released in June, Nevada jumped 18 spaces from No. 47 to No. 29.
Downtown Project, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh’s land redevelopment initiative, has circled Aug. 25 as the re-opening of the Bunkhouse Saloon, which dates to the 1950s.