Lorenzo Fertitta, Ultimate Fighting Championship chief executive and chairman, is leading a contingent of UFC staffers and fighters Tuesday on a one-day tour of three upstate New York cities to extol the economic virtues of hosting a UFC event.
Striking drivers at Yellow Checker Star Transportation, Las Vegas’ second-largest cab company voted Wednesday to return to work after receiving concessions on several key contract provisions.
CARSON CITY — Las Vegas cabdrivers who have been on strike for weeks staged a loud protest Tuesday afternoon outside the Nevada legislative building, chanting about their ongoing contract disputes and the death of a bill that would have ramped up penalties for long hauling.
The drivers’ strike at Yellow Checker Star Transportation, Las Vegas’ second-largest taxi company, slogs into its seventh week after a failed attempt at mediation.
There are signs of movement in the 6-week-old strike by Yellow Checker Star Transportation cabdrivers.
Cab drivers for Yellow Checker Star Transportation, now in their sixth week of a strike, take their dispute to the Las Vegas Convention Center on Tuesday.
Representatives from two unions and the Strip’s two major casino operators will begin contract negotiations today covering thousands of hotel and restaurant workers at some 20 resorts.
A group that has staged a wildcat strike against Frias Transportation Management, Las Vegas’ largest taxi company, claims to have drawn the support of more than one-fourth of the drivers.
Aslam Khan lost more than $1 million trying to do the “right” thing.
Union members of Southwest Airlines ground crews handed out leaflets at McCarran International Airport on Thursday to protest the company’s proposals to outsource some jobs.