Shares finished higher Monday, the last day of the year, but most big gaming companies ended 2018 down more than 30 percent, their worst annual performance since the Great Recession a decade ago.
Nevada marijuana tax revenues top $31 million in first four months of fiscal year; more than 45 percent of projections for the full year already collected.
Wall Street closed out a dismal, turbulent year for stocks on a bright note Monday, but still finished 2018 with the worst showing in a decade.
Richard Karpel will take over management of the association starting Tuesday and will relocate from Washington, D.C., to Nevada.
Two more companies have asked the Nevada Public Utilities Commission for permission to leave NV Energy, adding to a total list of 10 companies that have requested access to an alternative energy supplier in 2018.
Time to compare 2018 prognostications against reality and to go out on the 2019 limb.
Investors are always buying, selling, building — and, if things go south, facing lawsuits and other problems. With the year almost done, here is my list of Las Vegas’ top 10 real estate deals of 2018.
The Knights aren’t as dominant on the ice this season, but there is still plenty of excitement for desert hockey.
Scientific Games has been the worst performing gaming stock this year as a hike in interest rates and weakness in the high-yield debt market rattled investors.
The major stock indexes closed with their first weekly gain in what’s been an otherwise painful last month of the year. The Dow and the S&P 500 rose more than 2 percent for the week. The Nasdaq added nearly 4 percent. The indexes are still on track for their worst December since 1931.