Ashley Ross, director of operations for Rollasole USA, started out thinking of a career in real estate. But as a lifelong resident of Las Vegas, she knew a product, which she first saw in Great Britain, could be a big hit in her hometown.
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Las Vegas’ swap meets provide a start for a variety of store owners’ businesses.
NEW YORK — A data breach at Supervalu may have impacted as many as 200 of its grocery and liquor stores and potentially affected retail chains recently sold by the company in two dozen states.
Clark County’s taxable sales blew past pre-recession levels in May to hit an all-time high for the month.
Entrepreneurship is easy as breathing for Stephanie Mitchell-Anthony, who owns more than five businesses, including her most recent, Pas De Deux, a children’s clothing store at Tivoli Village’s Market LV.
Long before the first shovel full of dirt was dug up, and long before the final name of the shopping destination was approved, Downtown Summerlin had a unique relationship with Red Rock Resort.
Now that Tamar Ofier, 26, has gotten her feet wet with her store Savvy Lingerie, which opened last September, she admitted she has loftier plans than one shop in Boca Park.
The excitement began nearly six months ago, when Blue Bell Ice Cream announced plans to open a distribution center in North Las Vegas, and interest in the Texas-based company hasn’t melted since.
WASHINGTON — U.S. retail sales increased slightly in June, evidence that consumers remain cautious despite steady job gains this year.
Turns out, 2 million was the magic number. That was the population benchmark for IKEA, which will open its first store in Nevada on 26 acres in southwest Las Vegas in the summer of 2016.
Those looking for custom printing, personalized stationery, creative gift wrapping and unique gift ideas may be in luck as Chicago-based Paper Source made its way into the Las Vegas area, opening stores at Tivoli Village and Town Square.
After coming under new ownership in 2007, Broadacres has grown to become a mecca for shopping and entertainment for the North Las Vegas community.
Brenda Johannessen, a former culinary teacher in the Clark County School District, has always wanted to open her own knitting and crocheting shop. On May 1 she got the chance.
It is a weekday morning — a time at which most businesses are still quiet. But as Bruce Mianecki of Uniform Sports arranges new World Cup merchandise at his shop, his day is proving to be anything but typical.
General Motors is recalling nearly 512,000 Chevrolet Camaro muscle cars from the 2010 to 2014 model years because a driver’s knee can bump the key and knock the switch out of the “run” position, causing an engine stall.
Father’s Day spending this year is expected to be 30.2 percent lower than Mother’s Day with an average of $113.80 being spent on dad and $162.94 last month for mom, says the National Retail Federation.
Lev Restaurant Group, the Las Vegas-based exclusive area developer of Jamba Juice and the management company of FC Juice Partners LLC, has announced the April 2 purchase of four Southern California Jamba Juice stores from the Jamba Juice Co.
U.S. retail sales rose modestly in May as consumers turned cautious in their spending.
It didn’t take long for Southwest Airlines to work out the details of making its new mobile boarding passes available systemwide.
Ted Mamola is a former professional golfer from Southern California who always had the urge to open a bar. So, after Mamola opened Embers Grille in the Boca Park shopping center in September 2011, he opened a new gaming and cocktail tavern called The Lion’s Tail Tavern in Village Square on Sahara Avenue in February.
Las Vegas residents Hunter Molzen and Alex Hanson were tired of trying to find jeans to fit their athletic builds. So last spring the pair, along with two other Sin City residents and one Dallas founder, set out to solve the problem themselves.
The Strip got a whole lot sweeter Tuesday as Hershey’s Chocolate World debuted at New York-New York.
The Howard Hughes Corp. has set its sights for Oct. 9 as the opening date for its 1.6 million-square-foot retail and dining experience to be known as Downtown Summerlin.
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