Presidents Day has turned into a huge three-day weekend for retailers and many offer highly competitive sales to entice customers.
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If you want something wearable and shiny this Valentine's Day, start dropping hints now. According to the Retail Association of Nevada, only one in five Nevadans are planning to buy jewelry for their Valentine.
Downtown Summerlin has given Tivoli Village a black eye in the fight for retailers to serve the Las Vegas Valley's affluent west side.
If you like getting gift cards, you might be surprised at how many retailers love giving them out as incentives.
Retail sales across Nevada rose at a healthy rate in November.
The staff was still scurrying around, moving equipment into place and unpacking signs, during the Jan. 13 grand opening of Downtown Crown.
After months of legal wrangling, Summerlin's Trails Village Center finally has a grocery anchor.
If you're looking for work in home furnishing sales, interior design, customer service, safety and security, cashier, facility management, receiving, and stock replenishment and warehouse, IKEA Las Vegas may have a job for you.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc said it would pull the plug on its smallest store format, Walmart Express, and close 269 locations as it contends with higher costs in its home market of the United States and disappointing results overseas. The list of planned closings from Wal-Mart Stores Inc. includes a Supercenter at 4350 N. Nellis Blvd. in Las Vegas.
Although the internet can help consumers save money by allowing them to compare prices, research products and find the best deals, it has also created a bigger temptation to spend. As you shop online, be aware of all the ways you might be spending more than necessary and take steps to avoid breaking your budget and hurting your financial welfare.
If you exceeded your holiday shopping budget, racked up debt and depleted your savings, you can bounce back. Here are 10 steps you can take to get your finances back in shape in the new year.
An architect is ready to invest his money, and his company, into downtown Henderson. The move could signal that the longstanding plans to redevelop Henderson's Water Street District — plans that came crashing to a halt when the recession hit in 2007 — might be getting back into gear.
Some people went to bed irate on Christmas Eve, furious that FedEx did not deliver their packages in time for the holiday.
With all the retail and restaurants in development for Las Vegas, asking our Facebook followers to choose which they're most excited to have open next year seemed like a difficult task, as many couldn't chose just one.
The first few months of the year can be a great time to get stellar deals on items such as electronics, gym memberships and golf clubs. Read on to see the 20 best deals to watch for in early 2016.
A limited-liability company called Main Street Investments II is redeveloping an 11,000-square-feet building for 10 commercial tenants at Main and California streets in downtown's Arts District.
Los Angeles-based clothing seller Kitson is closing all of its 17 shops, including one at The Linq in Las Vegas.
Just because you waited until the last week before Christmas, and the malls are packed and the shipping is unsure, you still have some options. You may just have to do a little thinking outside the box.
IKEA executives are confident the Swedish furniture retailer will be a success in Las Vegas when it opens next summer.
Another company's misfortune has trimmed business at Posare Salon.
The holiday season is a time for giving, but one well-known store is giving the Salvation Army bell ringers the boot this year. The Christmas Tree Shops have asked the Salvation Army to keep its Red Kettle Campaign away, because it has a no solicitation police that it needs to uphold.
They spent nearly 2½ years trying to infuse new life into the urban White Cross Market between downtown and the Strip, but in the end low sales doomed the small food store.
As the holiday shopping season peaks, U.S. apartment complexes are being flooded with packages, from HD televisions to children's scooters, inundating lobbies and forcing building managers to take measures to extremes.
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