Southern-Nevada based nonprofit Nathan Adelson Hospice is expected to acquire HealthCare Partners Nevada-owned Las Vegas Solari Hospice Care by early September.
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Nevada’s public employee pension fund grew by 2.3 percent in the fiscal year ending June 30, below the long-term target rate of an 8 percent return but among the top performing funds in the country, the agency said this week.
Starbucks has increased prices slightly on brewed coffee, espresso and tea latte beverages at company-run stores in the U.S.
Nevada State Treasurer Dan Schwartz on Friday suggested that payday lenders are strategically located in low-income neighborhoods and near military bases to target these communities. But the payday business owners disputed how their customers are characterized.
Employers added 287,000 jobs in June, up sharply from a meager addition of only 11,000 jobs in May.
The vote on June 23 by Great Britain to exit the European Union has sent bond prices soaring and mortgage rates lower.
U.S. companies added 172,000 jobs last month, according to a private survey, a sign that hiring may have recovered after a slowdown in April and May.
The Ethiopian community has grown in Las Vegas since Redda G. Mehari arrived as a refugee in 1983.
When Toni Jackson started playing music with her children 15 years ago, she dreamed of one day opening a dinner theater to showcase their talents. On June 29, she let her son cut the ribbon, and she watched as the doors opened for the second time.
Gov. Brian Sandoval is about to embark on yet another foreign trade mission, this time to Australia.
Premier Business Centers has acquired a second location in Nevada to expand its portfolio of alternative workspaces.
Tony Patt works in one of the coldest places in Las Vegas, where the temperature fluctuates between 15 degrees to 20 degrees below zero. But for Patt choosing between the Vegas summer or the subzero temperature is easy. “When you come out for a break in the sun, you almost wanna run back in already,” he said.
Toyota Motor Corp. has recalled 3.37 million cars worldwide over possible defects involving airbags and emissions control units.
Nevada will receive $5.3 million under a multistate settlement with Volkswagen over cheating on emissions tests by installing software to circumvent emission tests, Attorney General Adam Laxalt announced Tuesday.
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.