The Nevada Transportation Authority has revoked two operating certificates for CLS Transportation, throwing 60 employees out of work.
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After months of strategizing, representatives of Uber say they will launch their controversial ride-sharing platform in Las Vegas and Reno this afternoon.
Late last year, a Belgian chocolate maker changed its name from Italo Suisse, because the company no longer had any real association with either country. Now it’s changing the name again - because the new name it picked was ISIS.
ATLANTIC CITY — Billionaire investor Carl Icahn says the struggling Trump Taj Mahal casino “will almost certainly close.”
ATLANTIC CITY — One worker had to move up a double mastectomy before her insurance runs out in a week. Another says he can no longer afford diabetes medicine for his young son, and a third may have to do without medication for frequent asthma attacks.
A Henderson subcontractor working on a federally backed renewable-energy project has had to pay back wages to nearly 150 employees.
The Retail Association of Nevada estimates statewide Halloween sales could reach $110.1 million, up 7.3 percent from the $102.6 from last year.
State gaming regulators took the “soft launch” tag off the Real Gaming poker website Thursday, allowing the Internet presence for Michael Gaughan’s South Point to move forward after a nearly eight-month testing period.
Southwest Airlines, the Dallas-based airline, the busiest operating at McCarran International Airport, on Thursday reported record third-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street expectations.
TRENTON, N.J. — Claims that New Jersey’s plan to allow legal sports gambling violates federal law are meritless, the state wrote in a court filing in response to efforts by four major U.S. pro sports leagues and the NCAA to stop gambling from beginning this weekend.
BOSTON — Wynn Resorts is redesigning its proposed $1.6 billion resort casino in Everett and has scheduled a public meeting to discuss its cleanup plan for the heavily polluted former chemical plant site.
Even though there is enough food produced on the planet to feed everyone, 805 million people worldwide go hungry. In America, one of the wealthiest nations on Earth, one in seven people don’t have enough food to eat. Part of the problem is the enormous amount of wasted food.
M Resort owner Penn National Gaming said revenue and profits declined in the third quarter as regional gaming markets across the U.S. continued to under-perform.
California research firm RealtyTrac reported Wednesday that 31 percent of Nevadans with mortgages had loans that were “seriously” higher than their home values in the quarter that ended Sept. 30.
ATLANTIC CITY — Trump Entertainment Resorts is dropping its threat to close Atlantic City’s Taj Mahal casino on Nov. 13.
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks erased earlier gains to close lower on Wednesday as a shooting at the Canadian parliament unnerved investors, Boeing and Biogen sold off following results, and energy stocks fell along with oil prices.
Former UNLV and NBA basketball player Jackie Robinson plans a ground breaking for Wednesday to mark the construction start of a $1.4 billion arena, hotel and shopping project that has quietly moved ahead.
ATLANTIC CITY — The CEO of Caesars Entertainment said Wednesday a new $125 million meeting center his company is building will help define Atlantic City’s future, even as he pointedly refused to say whether his company is done closing casinos there.
Allegiant Travel Co. recorded its 47th straight profitable quarter despite a decline in earnings for the third quarter that ended Sept. 30.
Uber, the ride-sharing company that thousands of Southern Nevada consumers have been clamoring for — and will likely result in thousands of headaches for transportation regulators and taxi company executives — is nearing its Las Vegas launch.
Nevada’s fire marshal says his review of nearly a dozen fires at homes with NV Energy’s smart meters found the meters themselves are not starting the fires.
For the most part, online banking security has greatly improved over the last few years, but there are still weaknesses in digital security that customers need to be aware of.
Retailers will add up to 7,600 seasonal jobs in Nevada during the upcoming holidays, officials for the Retail Association of Nevada said Wednesday.