Las Vegas and its $1.9 billion stadium project won’t be forgotten when nine NFL owners and team presidents, together wielding influence over an adjusted Super Bowl bid-selection process, meet in the coming months.
As Nevada grapples to address a massive shortage of affordable housing, state officials fear federal tax reform has stymied a long-standing funding resource.
The special committee of Wynn Resorts Ltd. independent board members has hired a Los Angeles law firm with a special emphasis on workplace sexual harassment cases to assist in investigating allegations of sexual impropriety by Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn.
Part of the difficulties of running a data center can be policing tenants. In September 2008, Switch sued tenant Brilliant Telecom after Brilliant’s parent company removed equipment without permission from a Switch data center.
If you visit the Switch compound south of where Decatur Boulevard meets the 215 Beltway, armed guards serve as your escort.
In the past 18 or so years, Rob Roy has taken a different kind of Las Vegas hotel — one that rents out space for data instead of people — and turned the idea into one of the technology industry’s largest initial public offerings of 2017.
Pat Christenson expects when the Raiders get to Las Vegas, every home game is going to be like Super Bowl Sunday with parties that could include appearances by Raider legends and massive screens showing the action.
Phil Ruffin said he has turned down a “huge’’ offer from a Chinese company as well as two local operators for TI, which he now owns, because Strip assets are “irreplaceable.”