WASHINGTON, D.C. — Federal regulators are suing to stop two major health insurance mergers because they say the deals will increase health care costs for Americans and lower the quality of care they get.
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While Nevada’s economy is rebounding from a destructive recession, the Latino community was particularly hard hit. On Tuesday, the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) and the Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce held a roundtable discussion to address those economic issues.
Dave & Buster’s will be opening a hiring center at Downtown Summerlin on Wednesday. The entertainment restaurant is looking to hire about 260 positions for serving, bartending, hosting and support staff, the statement said.
Volkswagen would repair or buy back polluting diesel vehicles and pay each owner as much as $10,000 under a $14.7 billion deal the car maker has reached to settle lawsuits stemming from its emissions cheating scandal, a person briefed on the settlement talks said Monday.
Experts with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and researchers who study the hospitality industry say it’s too early to tell if there will be any long-term implications on visitation from Great Britain as a result of the Brexit vote.
The Southern Nevada economy will get a job boost with the opening of the Faraday Future $1 billion auto plant at the Apex Industrial Park in North LasVegas. The Chinese-backed Faraday will employ 4,500 people and about 3,000 construction jobs will be created and 9,500 indirect jobs.
The Southern Nevada economy will strengthen the rest of the year and into 2017 and even surpass the national economy, which continues to be a concern and poses a risk, according to a report released Thursday by a UNLV economics professor.
Investors questioned a plan by Silicon Valley heavyweight Elon Musk for his electric car company Tesla Motors to buy his rooftop solar company SolarCity for up to $2.8 billion, sending Tesla’s shares down more than 10 percent on concerns the two would not fit together and a deal would distract Tesla from making cars.
Ten years old. Two foreclosures. Vacant. The two-story home at 5450 Nickel Creek Trail near Sam Boyd stadium is in many ways reflective of Las Vegas’ housing boom and bust.
It’s a troublesome story playing out across America in the 10 years since the housing bubble burst: Homeowners are thriving while renters are struggling.
Are we back? A principal at Applied Analysis asked — and answered — his own question Thursday on the status of Nevada’s economy at an event sponsored by the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance.
Nevada’s unemployment rate ticked up in May to a seasonally adjusted 6.1 percent when payrolls dropped by 3,800 from April, marking the largest monthly jobs decline since September 2010.
Tesla Motors Inc. has agreed to revise its customer repair agreements to allow owners to report potential safety issues to U.S. auto safety regulators, a government spokesman said on Friday
The Habit Burger Grill, an Irvine, California-based restaurant company, has opened its second Las Vegas location, at 4830 Blue Diamond Road.
Cushman & Wakefield on Friday announced the sale of four grocery-anchored, neighborhood shopping centers totaling 336,096 square feet in Henderson and North Las Vegas.
NAI Vegas, a real estate brokerage in Las Vegas, recently closed its latest sale in an all-cash transaction.
Union workers at a Northern Nevada cement plant have rejected a contract proposal from the company, a union representative said Friday.
Nevada is gradually regaining lost ground in private sector job growth.
Negotiating pay isn’t always a strong point for women, yet that skill has a big impact on a woman’s career. According to a 2015 Pew Research Center report, American women make approximately 84 percent of what their male counterparts earn.
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.
U.S. hiring slowed to a near-standstill in May, sowing doubts about the economy’s health and complicating the Federal Reserve’s efforts to raise interest rates.
U.S. businesses added 173,000 jobs last month, lifted by strong gains in services industries, according to a private survey.
Sales of cars, trucks and SUVs fell 6 percent last month, to 1.54 million, according to AutoData Corp. It was the biggest monthly drop in nearly six years. The decline was unusual for May, a month when Americans typically buy cars ahead of summer road trips.