Fifth Street Gaming is looking to hire more than 800 people for the Downtown Grand hotel, the company’s chief executive said Monday. The company expects the hiring process to take four months.
If Tony Hsieh is the savior of downtown Las Vegas, then Derek Stevens is at least the savior of Fremont Street.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitor Authority on Thursday adopted a new budget which, reflecting the uneven visitor industry, incorporates only minor changes from the previous year.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority soon will purchase another slice of Sierra Vista Drive for a cool $4.6 million.
Keeping your business afloat in a tough economy is one thing. Keeping your business afloat in a tough economy while finding time to volunteer at an animal shelter, compete in triathlons, help a child through a kidney transplant or battle cancer? That’s another level of achievement altogether.
Las Vegas tourism numbers rose a tiny 0.1 percent in March, marking the first month of 2013 that didn’t see a decrease.
Greek philosopher Aristotle may have been about half right when he observed that we are deeply flawed beings.
A bill submitted to Congress on Thursday would allow visitors from Hong Kong to enter the United States without needing a visa, a move to spur more travelers from the well-to-do territory.
Business fell by more than a third during March for Yellow Checker Star Transportation, the first month of a now-settled two month drivers strike.
Cravers wanted White Castle so bad, they passed out for them.