In September, unemployment rates fell by more than 1 percent year-over-year in all three of Nevada’s major population areas — Carson City, Reno-Sparks and Las Vegas.
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A batch of disappointing company earnings news helped put investors in a selling mood Tuesday, pulling U.S. stocks sharply lower. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 200.38 points.
When Wells Fargo kicks off U.S. banks’ third-quarter earnings season on Friday, all eyes will be focused on its practice of selling more products to retail customers.
British-born Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmstrom of Finland won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for their contributions to contract theory, shedding light on how contracts help people deal with conflicting interests.
It may soon be time for Las Vegas city dwellers to say goodbye to twice-a-week trash pickup.
Employers added 156,000 jobs, fewer than the 167,000 in August and well below last year’s average monthly gain of 230,000. Still, September’s hiring pace, if sustained, would likely be more than enough to absorb new job seekers.
Griffin Capital Corp., a Southern California investment firm, bought International Game Technology’s three-story office building in southwest Las Vegas for $66.5 million late last month.
A few years ago, bargain-hunting investors were snapping up homes by the dozen in Las Vegas. They sent prices soaring and revived a market left for dead during the recession.
The Nevada Employment Security Council on Monday recommended no change in 2017 to tax rates employers pay to fund the state’s jobless benefits trust fund.
Real estate investors have been scooping up land across the Las Vegas Valley for new projects, but they’re largely avoiding one area in particular, the lifeblood of Southern Nevada’s economy, no less: Las Vegas Boulevard.