Rolling excavation machines have dug a shallow, oval-shaped hole of four feet or so on the 14.5-acre construction site to make way for the $375 million arena being built by the partnership of MGM Resorts and Anschutz Entertainment Group.
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Nevada’s jobs market mostly held steady in July. The state’s jobless rate stayed at 7.7 percent in the month, though unemployment in Las Vegas ticked up to 8.2 percent, the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation reported.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority may get some professional real estate help acquiring land south of the Convention Center in its bid to transform the campus into the Las Vegas Global Business District.
OCEAN CITY, N.J. — Gov. Chris Christie vowed Thursday to do everything he can to help laid-off Atlantic City casino workers find new jobs after the hotels they work for close next month.
LaTrina Reed is slowly bleeding out. Nearly a dozen growths are devouring the Las Vegas woman’s uterus and ovaries, and Reed, 49, hasn’t had a break from blood flow since February.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, which is in the process of being sold, grew revenue almost 17 percent in the second quarter and trimmed its quarterly loss.
A new report shows employment in Nevada rose 3.3 percent in May compared to last year, which has driven consumers to spend more freely since they’re more confident that they’ll be continuously employed, said Randy Boesch, executive vice president of The Private Bank by Nevada State Bank.
Casino operator Affinity Gaming saw a decline in both revenue and cash flow during the second quarter, the Las Vegas-based company said Thursday.
A deal between International Game Technology and a Macau-based game distributor could further open the Asian market to the company’s slot machines.
Sky Combat Ace, a civilian aerial combat training center, pairs customers with flight instructors to provide sightseeing and thrill packages year-round, according to owner Richard “Tex” Coe.
Lenders filed 1,037 notices of default to start foreclosure proceedings in July, up 128 percent from July 2013, RealtyTrac reported. It’s the highest number of starts since October, when the state’s Homeowners Bill of Rights took effect and put new restrictions on banks looking to foreclose.
Tim Crowley, president of the Nevada Mining Association for the past six years, is leaving the organization to create his own public affairs agency.
ATLANTIC CITY — A day after announcing it will shut down next month, Revel told a bankruptcy court judge it is still negotiating with potential buyers.
Call it a “soccer stadium” and Las Vegas Councilman Bob Coffin volunteers to correct you. “You really want to call it a multi-purpose stadium,” Coffin says.
Limousine drivers operating with the new Ride Genie smartphone application system say the process of requesting a ride will get easier for customers who use the service.
Has watching the morning news or reading the daily business journals become a source of anxiety to you? Unless you live in a media-free world, it is unlikely that the recent market volatility has escaped your attention. And if you’re among the millions of Americans who are saving for retirement, the steady decline in your account balances is very likely causing you a great deal of concern.
Stratosphere and Arizona Charlies’ parent company said Wednesday nongaming revenue helped fuel the company’s second-quarter results.
Apple primarily relies on white and Asian men for its top-paying technology jobs, feeding the perception that Silicon Valley’s economic boom is largely excluding women, blacks and Hispanics.
The combined $11.5 billion in lottery company-slot machine company mergers in the past few weeks has the investment community relieved.
A big real estate auction could soon test the local development industry’s recovery.
The startup for Factorli, which received support from Downtown Project, Tony Hsieh’s $350 million downtown redevelooment program, reported on its website that it shut down operations as of Monday.
City National Bank has donated 1,000 backpacks filled with school supplies to at-risk students in 30 schools and one nonprofit in Nevada, California, New York, Tennessee and Georgia.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority routinely encourages conventioneers to mix business with pleasure when they conduct meetings in Southern Nevada. Tuesday, the board of directors took its own advice.