Faraday Future got the green light this week to start moving dirt on its $1 billion factory site in North Las Vegas, coming in about a month behind the company’s self-imposed schedule
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KLA Laboratories, an information technology firm based in Michigan, is expanding west by establishing a new office in Las Vegas.
Nevada has regained nearly all of the 175,000 jobs lost during the Great Recession and should fully recover later this year, a state economist told the Economic Forum on Thursday.
A major food redistribution company has chosen northwest Arizona over Southern Nevada for a distribution facility that will serve the southwest region.
The nation’s first passenger-carrying drone manufacturing company is coming to Las Vegas. The Chinese company, EHang Inc. is developing a drone that is capable of carrying passengers.
City leaders in Northern California voted unanimously to enter on an exclusive negotiating agreement with Faraday Future for a 150-acre electric car plant on a former Vallejo shipyard.
Tesla’s gigafactory under construction east of Reno will be put on display July 29 for some of the electric-car company’s customers.
University of Phoenix plans to open a first-of-its-kind innovation center at the Bank of America Plaza building at 300 S. Fourth St. in downtown Las Vegas.
Electric carmaker Faraday Future plans to build a second factory in Northern California, but has stressed that the plans will not affect its Nevada site.
Tim Leiweke adds credibility and influential NFL connections to the Las Vegas stadium drive. He is playing an integral role in the Raiders’ potential relocation from Oakland.
What is the “downtown” part of Downtown Summerlin? It’s the open-air pavilion’s single office building, “ONE Summerlin,” according to the person in charge of its conception, David Weinreb.
The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance is bringing aboard its second-ever chief operating officer, after CEO Jonas Peterson. Jared Smith will start at LVGEA June 1.
Some of the top players in the entertainment industry will partner with Las Vegas Sands Corp. to build a 17,500-seat off-Strip venue designed specifically for live music performances.
Officials for Moulin Rouge Holdings held a groundbreaking on Tuesday for the new Moulin Rouge Las Vegas.
PT’s Entertainment Group, a division of Golden Entertainment, Inc., is opening its 50th tavern this month. What started in 1982 as a sole PT’s Pub on the east side of Las Vegas, has grown to 50 taverns throughout the state, 48 of which are located in Southern Nevada.
Electric carmaker Faraday Future plans to begin grading on its $1 billion factory site in late June. In a statement on Monday, the company said that it is scheduled to have heavy equipment on-site in early June.
A group of predominantly African-American investors, led by former Oakland Raiders players Ronnie Lott and Rodney Peete, have met with team and city officials about developing a stadium to keep the NFL team in California.
Two large plots of dirt that currently fence in the Henderson Commerce Center will be turned into 240,000 more square feet of commercial space come winter. Harsch Investment Properties formally started work on the project Monday.
The Habit Burger Grill, an Irvine, California-based restaurant company featuring its charburgers, will open its second Las Vegas location on June 8, and and it will mark the occasion with a limited offering of free food.
Fifteen months ago, Wolfgang Hauck didn’t know if he would live or die. Today, the 59-year-old cancer survivor and onetime bartender turned entrepreneur is bringing a hot new national franchise known as a gastropub to Las Vegas in September.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development board on Thursday approved spending up to $500,000 for equipment that will help train high school and College of Southern Nevada students in manufacturing technology.
Southern Hills Hospital and Medical Center plans to add a $26 million inpatient psychiatric facility to its main structure, the hospital announced Thursday.
Goodwill of Southern Nevada leaders formally started construction Tuesday on a new 17,000 square-foot build-to-suit location at Boulder Highway and Horizon Road in Henderson.