The Las Vegas City Council voted 4-3 to approve a stadium subsidy deal with a development partner seeking to bring a Major League Soccer team to play at the $200 million stadium.
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Atlantic City is expected to slash a bond sale by 71 percent to $40 million because the multitude of uncertainties facing the city have made it difficult to borrow, a city official told Reuters on Wednesday.
The state’s health insurance exchange reported its first sign-up numbers this morning.
MGM Resorts International Senior Vice President of Public Relations Jenn Michaels was named Wednesday to an industry trade publication’s first-ever list of Top Women in PR.
Las Vegas city officials have released the latest terms in their proposed stadium subsidy deal with Findlay Sports & Entertainment and The Cordish Cos. for a $200 millon Major League Soccer stadium in downtown Symphony Park.
California’s latest effort to legalize online poker would sideline PokerStars, shut out the racetrack industry, and offer a twist that makes traditional casinos and card rooms part of the game.
When looking at the cumulative financial benefits of the nation’s gaming industry, the Silver State is No. 1 in economic impact, No. 1 in jobs supported and No. 1 tax revenue to state and local governments. Yeah, big surprise.
Developers of a new biometric scanning system that verifies passenger identities at airports are the first to admit that some customers like the idea of having their irises scanned because it looks so cool.
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas CEO John Unwin, who has headed the Strip resort leading up to the property’s 2010 opening, announced Tuesday he will leave his post at the end of the year.
Billionaire title insurance businessman Bill Foley, who is part of an ownership group seeking a National Hockey League franchise in Las Vegas, said Tuesday he hopes to launch a ticket drive in February as the first step toward showing the NHL that Las Vegas is a viable market.
The Las Vegas Indie rock band Imagine Dragons has joined the parade of local entertainment celebrities boosting tourism by participating in a “What happens here, stays here” television advertisement for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
The median price of a single-family home jumped to $202,000 in the month, up 1.1 percent from $199,900 in October, the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors reported Monday.
Barrick Gold Corp. said Monday that it will locate its global information management and technology functions in Henderson.
The state Division of Insurance said Monday that two small-group PPO plans offered in Nevada by Sierra Health and Life were sold with rates that the agency did not approve.
Nevada’s new attorney general has reached into the private sector for a chief deputy to head up the gaming division.
An all-out bid by billionaire casino owner Sheldon Adelson to kill gambling over the Internet is coming up empty in the final days of Congress, sources said on Monday.
Warren Buffett didn’t become the world’s fourth richest person by accident — he is one of the most strategic and calculated investors of our time, with a long-term investment strategy that has been described as the “Rip Van Winkle approach.”
Should Nevada and Arizona be taking advantage of plunging gasoline prices to raise taxes to fund construction of Interstate 11? An Arizona State University economist posed that question while assessing the economy of the Western states in the University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ biannual Economic Outlook forum.
Over the years, Nevada leaders have signed various documents assuring smooth business relationships between cities in China and the state. But a memorandum of understanding that promotes trade and foreign investment, signed last month by outgoing Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki, has greater meaning because it represents the state’s broadening relationship with the entire country.
Uncle Sam and Congress have long distinguished between income paid due to a person’s individual effort, such as wages or self-employment earnings, and income received from the profitable sale of assets knows as capital.
Las Vegas’ bid for a Major League Soccer team drew the attention of the league’s Board of Governors Saturday when the board received a report on expansion proposals by groups in Las Vegas, Minneapolis and Sacramento.
A Las Vegas tech company has been bringing video data to life, providing businesses with several tools to increase profits and efficiency.