Key employees at swanky nightclubs in casino resorts in Nevada would be required to register with state gambling regulators under a bill designed to prevent unsavory workers from club-hopping and taking trouble with them.
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The list of large companies seeking to leave Nevada Power to secure their own cheaper energy is growing.
Allegiant Travel Co. had record first-quarter earnings, but it’s the prospect of a pilot strike that held most financial analysts’ attention in Wednesday’s company conference call. Las Vegas-based Allegiant, parent company of Allegiant Air, reported an 89.8 percent earnings increase of $64.9 million on revenue of $329.2 million compared with first-quarter 2014 earnings of $34.2 million on revenue of $302.5 million. Earnings per share more than doubled from $1.86 to $3.74.
A thick beard on an NHL pro this time of year means his team is still in the running for the Stanley Cup — and you can also spot the diehard fans by their own burly beards worn in support. However, growing an NHL playoff beard has benefits beyond ensuring your team makes it to the Stanley Cup finals — namely, significant savings.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. revenues dropped below forecast nearly 25 percent in the first quarter of 2015. The company announced Wednesday its revenue for the quarter, which ended March 31, fell 24.9 percent to $3.01 billion compared with $4.01 billion in the first quarter of 2014, primarily due to softness in Macau.
The nationally known political and sports stat guru trashes Sin City’s hockey hopes on his website, but locals say he doesn’t understand Las Vegas.
The six-month shutdown of Runway 7L/25R disrupted air traffic patterns since late October for work to convert the 14,505-foot strip from an asphalt to concrete.
NV Energy’s report on renewable energy shows that the utility has exceeded the state’s 18 percent Renewable Portfolio Standard requirement for 2014, which is based on total energy sales.
Bill Foley, who hopes to deliver a National Hockey League team to Las Vegas, is moving a publicly traded company that he spun off from his Fidelity National Financial title insurance company last year to the western Las Vegas Valley from Jacksonville, Fla.
With record-breaking profits last year, moviemakers have returned with old dogs and new tricks, hoping to continue their success. “I told you, ‘I’ll be back,’” Arnold Schwarzenegger told the audience of CinemaCon’s “The State of the Industry: Past, Present and Future” Tuesday morning at Caesars Palace
Southern Nevada’s employment indicators mostly held steady from February to March, with unemployment stalled and gains in jobs and the labor pool tracking recent trends.
Whether the overdraft charge was an innocent oversight or timing on an electronic transfer just wasn’t on your side that day, you can save yourself considerable cash if you learn how to get overdraft fees waived.
The high-profile boardroom battle between Wynn Resorts’ board of directors and dissident board member Elaine Wynn will come to an end Friday morning, but not before both sides fired off more volleys in advance of the company’s annual shareholders meeting.
A Las Vegas judge began hearing testimony Monday to help her determine whether she has jurisdiction over Sands China Ltd. in a breach of contract case filed by Steven Jacobs, the former president of Sands Macau.
Steve Wynn is looking to weaken the state’s anti-SLAPP law. And if you know anything about Steve Wynn’s record of success at the Legislature, you know he usually gets his way.
Norwegian Air Shuttle will begin nonstop round trips from Las Vegas to Stockholm, Sweden, and Copenhagen, Denmark, later this year.
Apparently, no amount of touchdowns can protect a National Football League player from filing for bankruptcy soon after retirement.
A million-dollar man-made lake is giving thrill-seekers the chance to walk on water — and maybe try no-handed flying — just an hour outside of Las Vegas. It’s not a miracle, it’s a jet-pack.
Shares of Caesars Entertainment fell $2.05, or 17 percent on Monday to close at $10. The casino operator said the company’s bankrupt operating division, Caesars Entertainment Operating Co., has been unable to reach a deal regarding the restructuring plan to cut “some” debt, Reuters reported.
When it comes to hotel room rates in Las Vegas for the fight of the century on May 2, it’s the Wild, Wild West out there. “It’s kind of a free-for-all,” said Vanessa Doleshal, Vegas.com business development manager.
Sports bettor Glen Cobb and his family pleaded guilty Monday in a long-running investigation of a multimillion-dollar illegal gambling operation.
A California investment firm has purchased a neighborhood shopping center in North Las Vegas.
A recently published BankRate.com survey discovered roughly half of all working Americans and 75 percent of millennials do not own any stock or 401(k) plans. But why?