When MGM Resorts International announced this spring that it was selling the Mandarin Oriental, it left out an important part: the buyers.
About 315,000 people are expected to visit Las Vegas over the Labor Day weekend, in line with the number of visitors predicted for the holiday since at least 2014.
American Costumes marks 40 years of business this year. But the milestone is bittersweet. On Thursday, the costume rental business began a store closing sale.
Online retail giant Amazon will open a temporary kiosk Saturday on the Strip.
Microsoft will begin requiring its contractors to offer their U.S. employees paid leave to care for a new child.
A warehouse developer has bought a spread of land in North Las Vegas from a wireless-communications giant whose planned project there fizzled.
Hilton will begin rebranding the Mandarin Oriental hotel on the Las Vegas Strip as a Waldorf Astoria Friday, a transition for the 389-room, casino-less property that will lead to renovations and mark the debut of another luxury brand on the world-famous corridor.
Mark J. Amox has joined Sunrise Children’s Hospital as its new chief operating officer.
Food giant General Mills is giving its employees more paid time off to care for an aging parent or ill family members and to bond with their newborns and adoptive children.
State casino gaming win showed its first decline in six months in July on a tough comparison against last year, the Nevada Gaming Control Board reported Thursday.