Consumers in Nevada are expected to spend about $50.2 million on costumes while decorations, the second-highest grossing category, is expected to hit $42.1 million in sales, according to the Retail Association of Nevada.
Three applicants have been selected as finalists for executive director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
SolarReserve, developer of the Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Plant, last week sued the Department of Energy and Tonopah Solar Energy, the plant’s operator.
Open enrollment on the Nevada Health Link exchange runs from Nov. 1 through Dec. 15. In the meantime, consumers are encouraged to “window shop” the varied plans on the exchange.
It’s an optimistic outlook also shared by many retailers in Nevada, but concerns remain over the potential effects of import tariffs.
Senate Bill 220 goes into effect on Tuesday, giving consumers more ability to keep websites from selling their information to third-party firms.
The Nevada Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Title Max broke state law by offering loans twice as long as state law allows, thus overcharging customers, but the company won’t have to pay damages because it didn’t willfully violate the law.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development received more than $250,000 from the U.S. Small Business Administration on Tuesday to help expand export sales.
Arby’s is bringing a food truck with a specialized menu to the Area 51 Bascamp event in Hiko.
The special-edition aluminum cans are available in Nevada, California and Arizona.