Las Vegas once was believed to be the first place that Americans would see high-speed transportation as good as anything found in Europe or Asia. Now, it’s at the bottom of the heap with no solid plan for a train of any kind. The route from first to last goes through many locales and has several stops.
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Las Vegas city officials Tuesday said they have a term sheet with their proposed soccer stadium partners — The Cordish Cos. and Findlay Sports & Entertainment — that would require the public to contribute $127.1 million.
High performers risk overperforming, as did Stephanie Cook, founder of Stephanie Cook Wellness in Philadelphia.
ATLANTIC CITY — Caesars Entertainment is showing the soon-to-close Showboat to “an interested party,” but won’t say who it is.
Burger King struck an $11 billion deal to buy Tim Hortons that would create the world’s third largest fast-food company and could make the Canadian coffee-and-doughnut chain more of a household name around the world.
Affinity Gaming completed the remake of its corporate leadership Tuesday, naming a long-time Caesars Entertainment Corp. executive as CEO and appointing three new board members.
Marshall Retail Group of Las Vegas, a specialty retailer for high-foot-traffic marketplaces with locations in casinos, hotels and airports nationwide, has been acquired by Brentwood Associates, a Los Angeles-based consumer-focused private equity investment firm.
The sign may say “Established 2014,” but Old School Brewing Co. has a story that goes well before that.
Aviation expert Mike Boyd, speaking at Monday’s kickoff of the Boyd Group International Aviation Forecast Summit in Las Vegas, didn’t disappoint when he listed problems with federal management of air traffic control, security and airport capacity planning.
NEW YORK — Chip supplier Fairchild Semiconductor is eliminating about 1,350 jobs in the U.S. and Asia — about 15 percent of its total workforce — to reduce costs.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – Back to school. Just ask most parents. But as the summer comes to an end and kids are resuming their studies maybe its time for the parents to follow their lead and learn more about retirement planning.
Air Methods’ investment in Sundance Helicopers has paid off. The company’s tour numbers are up by 10 percent from the previous year. On Tuesday, Sundance will debut its new sundancehelicopters.com website.
If art can heal, then Lois Greer has to be the healthiest person at Tivoli Village. As owner and curator of Collective Souls Fine Art & More, she is surrounded by the beauty of art every day. The gallery is in the Market LV and attracts all types of people who peruse the art and comment on it.
How important are the uniforms and outfits worn by casino industry cocktail servers, dealers, valets, and other front-of-the-house resort personnel? Often, it’s a multi-million dollar marketing decision.
Gaming attorney Mark Clayton, who represented several high-profile clients in their Nevada regulatory matters in the past year, has switched law firms.
The area’s housing market continues to recover, but don’t expect a breakout year for home sales and permits until 2016 at the earliest.
Borgata, the company’s flagship resort in Atlantic City, may see a revenue boost from a far different means - Atlantic City is shrinking.
Kelley Goldberg manages the Intellectual Property and Technology Group at Brownstein Hyatt Farber and Schreck. The group handles billions of dollars in intellectual property assets for the nation’s largest gaming, hospitality and entertainment companies.
On Aug. 13, 1 Million Cups, a weekly gathering that aims to connect startup communities over cups of coffee and conversation across the country, launched in Las Vegas. The weekly event, located in the inNEVation Center, powered by Switch, seeks to engage, educate and connect entrepreneurs.
Last year, Clark County was home to 714 jobs in marketing consulting services and 2,684 jobs in advertising and public relations, according to the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages within the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.
Dina Titus introduced a bill last month to repeal the tax on all sports wagers.
Who hasn’t wanted to shop around a little bit? In this case, a local reader wants to know if people with workplace coverage can look for better deals outside the office. We also help a computer-averse consumer find ways to reach actual human beings in her quest to change her coverage.
As the government funnels billions into expanded criminal databases and computer vision technology, why are Las Vegas casinos shying away? Local cheat investigator Beverly Griffin said it’s a matter of quality and data.