Las Vegas’ newest park is a mere 160 square feet — about as big as a Summerlin McMansion bedroom closet. But when your downtown is thirsting for park space, you take any park you can, no matter how small.
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The search for an administrator for the Nevada Taxicab Authority is continuing after state officials have determined that they wouldn’t be able to deliver the names of three vetted applicants for the job.
At first blush, it might sound creepy and Big Brotherish — cameras documenting an arena visitor’s gender and age, then computers digesting facial images to generate digital ads, music and food selections tailored to fit a crowd’s demographic composition. But this kind of technology will be used at the MGM-AEG arena on the Strip.
A new sip and paint studio will open in the northwest valley May 1. Wine and Design will launch its first Nevada site at 6535 N. Buffalo Drive.
Police have had 78 interactions with people on the Strip who were carrying glass containers since Clark County commissioners in September banned carrying glass containers on the resort corridor.
Assembly Bill 280, sponsored by Assemblyman Ervin Nelson, R-Las Vegas, is the most sweeping measure aimed at making changes to the state collective bargaining law in the 2015 session.
A Reno industrial developer said Tuesday that it has started construction of a large, local distribution center in North Las Vegas. Dermody Properties is building its 381,804-square-foot LogistiCenter Cheyenne on 20 acres at 4025 E. Cheyenne Ave.
By the time you reach your thirties, you will have wised up to many of the foolish money habits of your twenties. It might be just as tempting to give in to careless spending, impulsive buying and paycheck-to-paycheck living, but at least you know better now. After all, you are about halfway to retirement, and these 20 lessons will help you get there comfortably.
IGT CEO Marco Sala rang the opening bell to start trading on Wall Street Tuesday morning. Right, that’s IGT CEO Marco Salo — not GTECH CEO Marco Sala.
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh has informed his workers and managers in a memo that Las Vegas-based Zappos, the downtown online retailer owned by Amazon, is going manager-free by the end of April and that managers or workers who don’t want in can accept a severance package.
California-based Lazy Dog Restaurant opened its Downtown Summerlin doors to dogs and humans alike on Monday. The Las Vegas location, 1725 Festival Plaza Drive, is the 16th in the chain, which started in 2003.
Bank of Nevada has elevated John Guedry to the position of CEO. Guedry follows longtime banking leader Bruce Hendricks in the top role at Bank of Nevada.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas Foundation, UNLV’s nonprofit fund-raising arm, has entered a deal with Wells Fargo to buy a 42-acre site at Koval Lane and Tropicana Avenue for $50 million for a potential football stadium, or other uses.
A bill requiring employers to offer paid sick leave was met with opposition Monday by business groups who said it would cost Nevada employers millions of dollars a year.
Developers of the $375 million arena behind New York-New York on the Strip have signed two major global brands — Toshiba and Coca-Cola — as founding sponsorship partners for the venue that is scheduled to open in April 2016.
Shake Shack has announced plans to open a second location in Downtown Summerlin in 2016.
A leading independent proxy advisory firm has recommended that Wynn Resorts shareholders withhold their votes for two company-recommended candidates to serve on the company’s board of directors. Institutional Shareholder Services, which monitors boardroom actions for institutional investors, also did not endorse a vote for company co-founder Elaine Wynn .
The nightclub and bar industry might be an unlikely place to find entrepreneurs catering to health-conscious consumers, but when any opportunity knocks, someone ususally tries to capitalize.
Not all of today’s billionaires grew up with silver spoons in their mouths — many of them are self-made moguls who came from humble beginnings. From selling chicken eggs to delivering newspapers, see how these billionaires earned their first paycheck
The Las Vegas Review-Journal became a buyout target in March, when New York-based New Media Investment Group snapped up its parent company, Stephens Media.
MGM Resorts International had a busy March. On March 24, MGM officials broke ground on the company’s $800 million hotel-casino development in Springfield, Mass. A day later, MGM leadership celebrated the hiring of the 1,000th construction worker for the $1.25 billion MGM National Harbor in Maryland.
There’s a new trend in Las Vegas’ restaurant industry these days. The big-name chef restaurants are still around and even growing. But they are being joined by a new generation of independent, homegrown restaurateurs focusing on varying concepts.
Roughly seven out of 10 U.S. filers will receive a tax refund with the average amount reaching around $2,800, according to the most recent IRS data. That’s a significant amount of money that can be put toward a variety of financial goals.