The development of intimate and kinky emerging technology products has spurred growth of the Adult Entertainment Expo, which is wrapping up a four-day run Saturday at the Hard Rock Hotel.
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The Siegel Group Nevada Inc. recently acquired an apartment complex after the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority elected not to close on the purchase.
Paul Johnson Drywall of Phoenix has bought a 6,500-square-foot office building at 5957 McLeod Drive for a Las Vegas location, with plans to bring on as many as 100 office and field staff members by the end of the first quarter.
Donald Trump has sued Palm Beach County in Florida for $100 million and accused the county-run airport of deliberately sending air traffic over his historic mansion and private club.
If you haven’t had any luck landing that dream job yet, there are likely some big reasons why. Here’s what you can do to find employment in 2015.
The federal Department of Health and Human Services said Wednesday that 47,784 Nevadans had enrolled between Nov. 15 and Jan. 9 in Nevada Health Link coverage through healthcare.gov. That was up from 40,285 people on Dec. 15, which was the deadline to apply for a plan that would have taken effect Jan. 1.
Opponents of using public dollars to help pay for a $200 million downtown Las Vegas soccer stadium faced a setback Tuesday blamed on an apparent error in the city clerk’s office. They need to collect more than 8,258 signatures to put the issue on the June 2 municipal election ballot, not 2,306, as originally thought.
It’s not just children who find intriguing items at The Toy Box at Downtown Summerlin. Sure, the shop has your prerequisite puzzles, dress-up items and play ovens, but older patrons who take a second look will find items they’d long forgotten about, such as Lionel trains, play instruments and My Little Pony.
The American Gaming Association is expanding both in membership and influence. Last week, the AGA announced it added nine new members, including Seminole Hard Rock Gaming — the group’s first American Indian-owned casino company — and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
Gov. Brian Sandoval during his first term in office led several trade missions to far-flung locales. His trips were financed by a nonprofit group, formed outside government bureaucracy.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc said it would suspend pork sales at about a third of its U.S. restaurants, following a routine audit that revealed one of its suppliers was not complying with its animal-welfare standards.
Nearly 150 Allegiant Air pilots walked informational picket lines in Las Vegas on Tuesday in an attempt to call attention to negotiations that have been stalled for more than two years and under the supervision of a mediator since April.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority isn’t satisfied with attracting a mere 40 million visitors to the city in 2014.
Fiscal issues can put a damper on newlywed bliss — they can even threaten the health of a marriage. However, marriage can also be an opportunity to establish or strengthen your credit.
A company now based in Henderson that manufactures organic fruit bars under the Trader Joe’s brand won approval Tuesday from the state Board of Finance to receive $4.2 million in bonds issued through the city of Henderson.
In a world of big-box stores and mega-franchises, the Fashion Show’s Berger & Son Fine Jewelers stands out as a store that offers individualized attention and unique pieces. As much as 80 percent of the items in its showcases are designed by the owner, Summerlin resident Stuart Berger.
One of the nation’s top commercial real estate conferences is renewing a contract that will keep the show in Las Vegas through 2019 with an option to continue through 2022.
A top Malaysian government official and his ruling political party have come under fire in light of his intervention in a high-profile Las Vegas illegal sports betting case.
Several Las Vegas Valley stations were pumping regular unleaded gasoline for under $2 a gallon, the website GasBuddy.com reported on Monday.
Third-quarter numbers from Brookings Mountain West’s Mountain Monitor report show the Las Vegas Valley’s economy outperformed the national economy in nearly every indicator it measures.
Four UNLV accounting students each won $2,500 in a national accounting competition, but they demonstrated running a successful business – in this case a fictional pie company — is more than simply crunching numbers.
The initial phase of the $3.5 billion Baha Mar resort in the Bahamas will open March 27.
A senior U.S. House Democrat on Monday unveiled a more aggressive agenda to boost workers’ paychecks by shifting significant tax breaks from the wealthiest Americans to the middle class.