Real-estate executive George Okinaka can’t remember the last time he visited the Meadows mall. And the problem for the Meadows is that there are tens of thousands of George Okinakas across the Las Vegas Valley.
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After establishing itself as the go-to craft beer festival organizer of the Las Vegas market, Motley Brews is expanding to the ultracompetitive beer scene in the San Diego area.
Fresh & Easy is selling two Las Vegas Valley stores, and the stores will close within the next week, a company spokesman said on Friday. The two locations are at Tropicana and Jones in Las Vegas, and Centennial and Simmons in North Las Vegas.
As GlobalShop 2015 descended on Mandalay Bay Convention Center on Tuesday, the merchandising display and design show conveyed how technology will help improve the consumer experience in retail environments across the country.
More than 10,000 pizza makers, ingredient providers, pizzeria workers and their fans gathered at the Las Vegas Convention Center Tuesday for the opening of the International Pizza Expo — one of the tastiest trade shows on the city’s convention calendar.
Swedish furniture retailer IKEA has set a date for the ground breaking of its southwest Las Vegas store.
A fast-casual chicken tenders and sandwich chain called PDQ that was created by Outback Steakhouse co-founder Bob Basham is opening its first restaurant west of Texas in North Las Vegas on Sunday.
Simon Property Group Inc., owner of three malls in Las Vegas, offered to buy Macerich Co. for $14.39 billion in a deal that would join the No. 1 and No. 3 U.S. shopping mall owners.
The Doobie Brothers’ “Takin’ It to the Streets” blasted through the loud speakers on the opening day at the Grand Bazaar Shops outside of Bally’s. And that’s exactly what developer Larry Siegel wanted to do: bring the property’s 110 stores, four full-service restaurants and 20 grab-and-go culinary concepts to the Las Vegas streets.
A new type of salon service is popping up across the country, and those who live in the Summerlin area have one in their back corner. Its motto is, “No cuts, no color, just blow.”
Wal-Mart’s recent decision to raise its minimum wage to $9 an hour may not be as altruistic as some would believe.
Smith’s will open six new rebranded Southern Nevada stores on March 4. The new locations were formerly Food 4 Less stores.
He’s a culinary double threat — part food scientist with a doctorate in flavor and fragrance chemistry and part restaurant marketer who launched the McDonald’s Dollar Menu and McCafe about 15 years ago before creating the Smashburger chain in 2007. Now, Tom Ryan has unleashed all his flavorful innovations and foodie creativity at his sprawling 18,000-square-foot Tom’s Urban restaurant on the Strip.
Target Corp. halved the size of online orders eligible for free shipping to $25, undercutting Amazon.com Inc. and traditional rival Wal-Mart Stores Inc. as it focuses on its online business.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc., long criticized for its low wages and employee benefits, said it would spend more than $1 billion to increase pay for half a million U.S. employees this year.
Splashville gets its name from paint splatters. Not only are there plenty decorating the space at 9700 W. Tropicana Ave., Suite 105, there are less-intentional ones created by patrons as they busily decorate ceramic pieces.
More sports entertainment is coming to the Strip as Topgolf International Inc. on Wednesday held a ground breaking at MGM Grand for a high-tech driving range-sports bar where golf fans can tee off from climate-controlled bays and then quaf beers in a night clublike setting.
Swedish furniture retailer IKEA said Wednesday it has chosen Las Vegas-based R&O Construction to build its 351,000-square-foot store on 26 acres along the northern side of the 215 Beltway at Durango Drive.
The upscale Juhl apartment building near the Bonneville Transit Center in downtown Las Vegas will be welcoming a half-dozen stores and restaurants on the ground floor in the spring.
Isn’t it about time to repeal that crazy law that prohibits car dealerships from selling new vehicles on Sundays? No, thank you, say representatives of the car-dealing industry.
Costco Wholesale Corp will stop accepting American Express Co’s credit cards at U.S. stores from next year, threatening nearly 8 percent of the worldwide annual spending on its cards.
The downtown-headquartered retailer projects an operating profit of $97 million this year — 77.9 percent jump from the $54.5 million in profits in 2014.
RadioShack Corp. has listed eight Las Vegas area stores for possible closure as part of its bankruptcy. Nationwide, there are about 1,780 RadioShack locations slated for possible closure, including the Las Vegas Valley stores.
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