Exxon Mobil produced its weakest quarter in more than 16 years as lower oil prices pushed its profit down by 63 percent.
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Community leaders and elected officials will gather Friday in the south valley to discuss how to improve the economic climate and job market for African-Americans, according to an announcement from the lieutenant governor’s office.
Job openings jumped 4.9 percent to 5.5 million in January, the most since July, the Labor Department said. And weekly applications for unemployment aid rose 7,000 to a seasonally adjusted 265,000.
The Las Vegas Valley’s unemployment moved up to 6.5 percent, compared with 6.2 percent in December, the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation reported Tuesday.
The Affordable Care Act’s health insurance co-ops absorbed deep financial losses last year, and 2016 is shaping up to be a make-or-break year for these nonprofit alternatives to traditional insurers.
Dennis Conway will take over June 1 as chairman of the board of the National Roofing Contractors Association. He was elected to the post in February during a national convention in Orlando, Fla.
Temporary staffing giant Manpower listed Las Vegas among the U.S. cities with the weakest job outlooks for the second quarter.
Jobless claims dropped by 18,000 to 259,000 in the week ended March 5, the fewest since mid-October, from a revised 277,000 in the prior period, a Labor Department report showed Thursday in Washington.
A hiring blitz planned by Lowe’s and Home Depot could add nearly 1,300 seasonal jobs to a Nevada retail economy already showing signs of strengthening.
There’s still some deals around at Las Vegas gas stations but the low prices motorists have paid at the pump are coming to an end, at least for now.
The state’s unemployment rate slid to 6.2 percent in January, down from 6.3 percent in December and 7.1 percent in January 2015, the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation reported Wednesday.
U.S. employment gains surged in February, the clearest sign yet of labor market strength that could further ease fears the economy was heading into recession and allow the Federal Reserve to gradually raise interest rates this year. But actual hourly earnings actually dropped.
Burgers, Buicks and bureaus helped push up retail sales across Nevada in December.
Nevada's jobless rate in 2015 was lower than initially estimated.
Another speculative industrial project has joined a long list of planned developments.
Organizers on Tuesday released an economic impact report for the most recent edition of Electric Daisy Carnival, which shows the 2015 installment of the festival generated more than $350 million.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, suggesting the labor market remains on solid footing despite slowing economic growth and a stock market rout.
Nevada had the third largest number of solar jobs among all states in 2015 and the most solar jobs per capita, according to a new report being released Wednesday by a national group, the Solar Foundation.
America might have too many job openings.
Someday, Southern Nevada's hot industrial real estate market will cool. But Monday wasn't that day.
Gold and precious metals continued to reign as Nevada biggest export commodity in 2015, amounting to roughly half of all exports for the year, according to a report released Friday by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
U.S. employment gains slowed more than expected in January as the boost to hiring from unseasonably mild weather faded, but surging wages and an unemployment rate at an eight-year low suggested the labor market recovery remains firm.
After finalizing a $1 billion deal with electric carmaker Faraday Future in December, large companies from California, the Midwest and Europe have shown increased interest in North Las Vegas' Apex Industrial park, city officials said.