One of MGM Resorts International’s objectives in building MGM National Harbor was to bring a slice of Las Vegas to the nation’s capital while preserving a touch of Maryland hospitality. Mission accomplished.
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Amazon Go, the online shopping giant’s new 1,800-square-foot (167-square-meter) store, uses sensors to detect what shoppers have picked off the shelf and bills it to their Amazon account if they do not put it back. It’s called “just walk out technology.”
Applied Analysis will continue to play an integral role in bringing a stadium to the Las Vegas Valley after the Stadium Authority Board temporarily hired the local research firm during its inaugural meeting Monday.
Dragon and lion dancers danced and marched past baccarat players to a staccato beat of drums and cymbals while gamblers snapped cellphone pictures Saturday as Las Vegas’ newest boutique hotel property, Lucky Dragon, celebrated its grand opening.
The announcement last week of a new partnership between the Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems, the governor’s office of economic development and Nevada State College has significant implications for commercial drone use in populated areas, a top official believes.
With nonstop service between Las Vegas and Beijing now available, many in the Chinese community are eagerly preparing for investment opportunities
Treasurer Dan Schwartz responds to reassuring remarks by Sandoval, North Las Vegas major with statement calling their defense of Chinese-backed electric car project a “charade.
Las Vegas’ housing market is a far cry from the boom days of a decade ago, but at least one thing is approaching those levels again: new-home prices.
Hainan Capt. Zhao Zhi Long guided the airline’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner into McCarran International Airport nearly an hour ahead of schedule on Friday and once the nearly 300 Chinese travelers, media and tourism leaders arrived, they were treated to champagne, cake, gift bags, a brief performance by some of the Cirque du Soleil “Ka” cast and a welcoming ceremony.
A small leak in a tank filled with molten salt has shut down a $1 billion solar plant in Central Nevada touted for its ability to generate electricity day or night.