With a three-day Memorial Day weekend on the horizon and a growing national economy, Las Vegas officials are expecting travel to the Las Vegas Valley to compete with the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight and New Year’s for the biggest event of 2015 so far.
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A bill backed by Nevada’s gambling equipment manufacturers that would allow slot machines to add a skill-based, arcade-style element to the game has been approved by both legislative houses and awaits the governor’s signature.
Tide Dry Cleaners of Agile Pursuits Franchising Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Procter & Gamble, plans a ceremony on Friday at its new location at 10010 W. Sahara Ave.
Rotella Gallery, a fine-art photography gallery showcasing collectable works from notable photographers, has opened a third location at Appian Way inside Caesars Palace.
The Siegel Group Nevada Inc., a real estate investment and management company, on Thursday announced that it had acquired two extended-stay properties totaling 305 units in Las Vegas previously operated under the Crestwood Suites brand for $12 million.
Len Petoske received the ultimate compliment from his fellow board members of the Silver State Schools Credit Union upon reaching his 50th year as a volunteer. “He’s like E.F. Hutton. When he speaks. Everybody listens,” said board chairwoman Terry Mannion in citing the television commercial about the American financier.
Macy’s Chief Financial Officer Karen Hoguet said on a call with analysts that tourist spending at Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s stores in Las Vegas, New York City, Chicago, and other cities was down in double digits in percentage terms in the first quarter.
Longtime Las Vegas gaming attorney Jeff Silver announced Thursday he was departing the law firm that still carries his name to join Dickinson Wright.
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Everything from the Sinatra Suite goes fast as employees and friends get first-crack at buying the venerable hotel’s furnishings and equipment.
Not only could unmanned aerial systems deliver packages to a home or office some day, they may also drive the conversation on the issue of personal privacy, a panel of drone experts agreed Wednesday.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas reduced its net loss by more than half in the first quarter, its first full three-month period under the ownership of the Blackstone Group.
Full House Resorts saw net revenues decline slightly in the first quarter as new management takes control of the Las Vegas-based casino operator.
Casino management company Paragon Gaming hopes to take over operations of Westgate Las Vegas on June 1, but the off-Strip resort is already benefiting from the planned association.
Steve Jacobs’ personal fight of the century is still in the preliminary stages at the Regional Justice Center, but casino titan Sheldon Adelson is already taking punches.
Station Casinos gained tentative approval on Wednesday from Nevada gaming regulators to be treated by like any other casino company.
Facebook announced deals with nine publishers — including NBC News, the New York Times and BuzzFeed — to deliver select articles “instantly” on mobile apps. A next logical step for the social giant would be to extend the program to Internet-video providers.
Slot machine giant International Game Technology lost $13 million and saw total revenue decline 22 percent in its final quarter before completing a $6.4 billion merger with lottery provider GTECH Holdings.
Although the number of Fortune 500 companies offering traditional defined benefit plans has dropped significantly over the years, it is possible to find a job that still offers some sort of pension.
Repeating a popular marketing campaign that drew millions of visitors to the city in 2014, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority previewed its $16 million summer campaign that will include a series of humorous television advertisements juxtaposing the Christmas season with visiting Southern Nevada.
Goodwill of Southern Nevada will break ground Thursday on its first northwest Las Vegas thrift store.
As different forms of cannabis are rapidly legalized across the United States, corporations involved with the drug have exponential growth potential, speakers at the first-ever Cannabis Investing Symposium said this week at the 34th annual Money Show in Las Vegas.
Americans are becoming more apt to quit their jobs, a government report showed on Tuesday, a sign that a stronger labor market and falling unemployment rate could result in healthier wage growth and inflation.