The recurring theme at last week’s International Aviation Forecast Summit involved China, China and more China. And why not?
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The audit committee of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has approved of the hiring of an executive with Boyd Gaming as the organization’s new director of internal audit.
Tourists, conventioneers and shipping companies are continuing to cope with the logistical nightmare of highways and rail lines closed by the Blue Cut Fire in Southern California.
The MAGIC trade show now underway in Las Vegas is all about start-up designers and manufacturers in the fashion industry looking to break through with their new brand of footwear, clothing or accessories.
An undisclosed number of people who used credit cards at 20 Hyatt, Sheraton, Marriott, Westin and other hotels in 10 states and the District of Columbia might have had their cards compromised as a result of hack of the hotels’ payment system.
Las Vegas-based GES has acquired an Atlanta-based audio-visual production company to expand its ability to produce live events in conjunction with conventions and trade shows or stand-alone entertainment events.
Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority President and CEO Rossi Ralenkotter will receive a $166,200 bonus for the work he did in the last fiscal year following a unanimous vote Tuesday of the organization’s board of directors.
McCarran International and Henderson Executive airports will receive federal grants that will go toward improvements at their respective airfields, Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., announced Friday.
Guy Seeklus owns nearly 30 camels. About half of those live on his new ranch in Bunkerville, where he operates the recently opened Camel Safari.
Earlier this month, the traveling public was shown once again that it doesn’t take an act of terrorism to create havoc on a city’s tourism economy.