Electric carmaker Faraday Future plans to begin grading on its $1 billion factory site in late June. In a statement on Monday, the company said that it is scheduled to have heavy equipment on-site in early June.
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The Nevada Gaming Policy panel that could offer recommendations to boost the state’s gaming industry was dazzled Friday by stories of arenas filled with passionate fans and heard from a retired player who now lives in Southern Nevada about the potential for gambling on e-sports.
The Swedish furniture titan will enter the Las Vegas market with a 351,000-square-foot store off the 215 Beltway at South Durango Drive to open Wednesday.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida is dropping its bid to block the disclosure of financial information about its casinos. The tribe made the move on Friday, shortly after Politico printed details of the deposition of casino executive Jim Allen.
The Wolff Co. and 901 Fremont, LLC, an affiliate of Downtown Project, on Monday will introduce, a mixed-use, multifamily residential project at the intersection of Fremont and Ninth streets.
Swaggering hedge fund managers, long known for ignoring client complaints during years of strong performance, are trying something new: listening. The shift was evident this week at the annual SkyBridge Alternatives Conference at Bellagio in Las Vegas.
Sales at retailers jumped in April by the most in a year, indicating consumer spending will help the U.S. economy recover from an early-year slowdown.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said on Thursday that Amazon.com, the world’s biggest online retailer, has “a huge antitrust problem.”
Chris Connelly is the founder of Contrarian Investments LLC, one of the first established sports betting entities in Nevada. Entity betting could provide a significant boost to the state’s handle.
More than 3,000 checked bags missed their outbound flights in Phoenix on Thursday because of a problem with a screening system at Sky Harbor International Airport, officials with Transportation Security Administration said.
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Allegiant Air has taken another step toward converting to an all-Airbus fleet, announcing on Thursday the purchase of four Airbus A319 twin-engine jets.
SR Construction on Thursday announced the official completion of Beerhaus at The Park. The restaurant will offer patrons a constantly changing beer list and a rotisserie, sausage and sandwich menu.
Fresh off Tuesday’s announced $312.5 million acquisition of the Palms, Red Rock Resorts Inc., parent company of Station Casinos, reported a 4.8 percent increase in revenue over last year in its first quarter, the 12th straight quarterly increase for the locals casino company.
Top fundraisers for Donald Trump made pitches to prominent hedge fund investors at a conference at Bellagio in Las Vegas to line up behind the presumptive Republican presidential nominee as he seeks to raise $1 billion for the general election campaign.
A doctor who sued Caesars Entertainment Corp. when it barred him from its properties and prevented him from attending a medical conference at Paris Las Vegas lost his appeal Thursday to the Nevada Supreme Court.
ATLANTIC CITY — Atlantic City’s casinos are providing more proof that their improving fortunes after a rash of competitors shut down may not be a fluke.
The West Coast Conference men’s and women’s basketball tournaments will be sticking around in Las Vegas — at least through 2019.
The world’s largest retailer is trimming its free-shipping pilot program to two days from a three, and it’s cutting a dollar off the membership price.
Video-game giant Activision Blizzard is teaming up with Facebook to deliver live eSports tournament coverage on the social-media service worldwide.
Nevadans who play their cards right won’t have to pay at all when MGM Resorts International starts charging for parking on June 6.
Shops in Tivoli Village’s Market LV include a new addition that aims to make a bride’s special day as stress-free as possible. Glitter & Grace puts brides in touch with wedding vendors that match their needs. Store owners Megan Thompson and Stacey Shively-Kepler said it’s a one-stop place to locate various facets that come together in a wedding, a reception, or even the honeymoon, all in a 642-square-foot space painted pink.
Instead of shelling out hundreds or thousands of dollars on services you pay someone else to do for you, consider doing the task yourself. You might be surprised by how much money you can save by becoming an expert at DIY projects.