A year ago Thursday, representatives of the Genting Group were celebrating on the Strip at the ceremonial groundbreaking for the $4 billion Resort World Las Vegas. Since then, there have been few visible signs of progress on what is projected to be a 3,000-room resort that would include a 56-story tower.
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McCarran International Airport had its best March passenger totals in eight years, and the total count cracked the 4 million barrier for the first time in four month.
Newly minted Red Rock Resorts, the new public company that manages and is majority owner of Station Casinos LLC, got off to a somewhat rocky start on its first day on the Nasdaq, closing below the initial public offering price.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will not be attending any potential stadium rallies on the Strip, even if he recognizes Las Vegas as a valuable piece in a high-level chess match.
Those National Football League fans hoping to get a definitive resolution on whether the Oakland Raiders are Las Vegas-bound will likely be disappointed in the outcome of Thursday’s Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee meeting.
Allegiant Travel Co., parent company of Allegiant Air, on Wednesday reported double-digit percentage increases in earnings for its first quarter, traditionally the company’s strongest.
Ride-hailing company Uber, the largest transportation network company operating in Southern Nevada, cut its rates for the second time in four months Wednesday for its basic UberX service in a bid to build volume and market share.
Health insurer Anthem aims to pull a small profit this year from the Affordable Care Act’s public insurance exchanges, and its CEO said Wednesday he’s “really glad” to be serving nearly 1 million people in this still-developing market.
An Apple Inc employee has been found dead in a conference room at the company’s headquarters in Northern California, police said on Wednesday, calling it an “isolated incident” that did not involve any other victims or suspects.
McDonald’s says it is testing an artificial preservative-free version of Chicken McNuggets, which have practically become synonymous with hyper-processed foods since they were introduced in the 1980s
After finding himself in an alcohol-free bus adventure with his friends, what could have been a sour situation instead became a sweet and profitable endeavor for Leif Pearson, the owner of Momenti Spirited Ice Creams.
Boyd Gaming, the company that left the Strip in the rear-view mirror to focus on downtown Las Vegas and the city’s locals market, on Tuesday announced its seventh straight profitable quarter, capping a week that included two announcements to buy three properties.
The federal Bureau of Land Management on Tuesday sold its largest amount of land in a single auction since Southern Nevada’s boom era.
Massachusetts will collect less gambling tax revenues if two casinos rather than one are allowed to open in its southeastern corner near Rhode Island, a state consultant’s report released Tuesday suggests.
Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air will donate office space on the company’s campus to Make-A-Wish Southern Nevada next year.
The real estate investment trust that owns the M Resort in Henderson on Tuesday reported flat first-quarter earnings that still exceeded Wall Street profit expectations.
Home prices in 20 U.S. cities rose less than forecast in February from a year earlier, which bodes well for prospective buyers.
The saying goes that the house always wins. In Red Rock Resorts’ upcoming initial public offering, the Fertitta brotherscertainly stand to come out on top.
Las Vegas-based Boyd Gaming has acquired Cannery Casino Resorts LLC and its two Southern Nevada hotel-casino properties for $230 million.
The Oakland Raiders will seek relocation to Las Vegas if a domed stadium is built here, according to two reports. Both Sports Illustrated and the Bleacher Report reported Monday that Raiders owner Mark Davis will pledge Thursday to move the team to Southern Nevada if a 65,000-seat stadium is built along Tropicana Avenue near the Strip.
New-home sales slipped 1.5 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 511,000, the Commerce Department said Monday. That ratehas steadily dropped from 519,000 in February and 521,000 in January. Sales plummeted 23.6 percent in the West, which has been prone to volatileswings in sales as one of the nation’s priciest housing markets.
When Richard Yukes and Bella DuPrie first drove through the guard-gated entrance of The Ridges in Summerlin, they discovered a new place to call “home” with the Spring Mountains of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area in the backdrop.
Nevada college students have a chance to work with Faraday Future this summer, well before the burgeoning electric car company opens a $1 billion, 3-million-square-foot factory in North Las Vegas.