The new stadium’s big canopy will provide shade to keep out the sun; openings around the exterior will allow in a breeze to help cool the fans.
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TMC Financing, a San Francisco-based certified development company, took a calculated risk six years ago and moved beyond its nine-county Bay Area region to set up shop in Las Vegas.
Huntington Capital, a boutique San Diego-based private equity firm focused on lower-to-middle market investment opportunities, has hired two full-time employees and opened offices in Las Vegas and Reno, state Treasurer Kate Marshall said Wednesday.
Seven community development entities, or investment funds, won a combined $200 million in state tax credits meant to support economic development and job growth in Nevada. The catch is they must invest 85 percent of the credits within one year.
Kevin Morss got his executive job the old-fashioned way.
When it comes to small networks and higher insurance premiums, Las Vegas has nothing on Lovelock. Or on Battle Mountain, or Elko, or any of Nevada’s rural areas.
Taxable sales rose healthily across Nevada in September, the state Department of Taxation reported Monday. Total sales came in at $4.1 billion, a 9 percent jump from $3.7 billion in September 2012.
New health care rules are having an unintended effect. The rule that says employees who work more than 30 hours a week qualify as full-time, and employers have to offer them insurance or risk fines of $2,000 to $3,000 per worker, is leading employers to reduce hours.
Stephens Media LLC, parent company of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, has named Ed Moss chief executive officer, replacing Michael Ferguson who has stepped down.
New numbers from the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation showed Nevada’s unemployment rate at 9.3 percent in October.