The Las Vegas squad captured the national competition sponsored by the Institute of Management Accounts by developing a business plan for a fictional empanada eatery.
Families with children in grades K-12 are expected to spend a record amount this season.
According to the agreement, the Clark County School District would promise not to leave NV Energy in return for cost savings.
Shaan Patel has parlayed his academic success — degrees from USC and Yale and a dermatology residency — into a successful college admissions test preparation company.
More than 500 MGM Resorts International Employees have the chance to attend college for free this fall.
The UNLV International Gaming Institute turned out to be instrumental in the unlikely bid to move the Raiders from Oakland to Las Vegas.
Tesla signed 15 more high school graduates from Clark County to work at its Gigafactory, offering employment, benefits and higher education.
UNLV announced a partnership with Caesars Entertainment Corp. called Black Fire Innovation that will bring the university and local businesses together to test, develop and commercialize hospitality products and ideas.
A group of middle school girls jumped in the driver’s seat Thursday to get a firsthand look at emerging careers in the technology and engineering fields.
At downtown Las Vegas’ Zappos headquarters, nearly 400 Clark County students gathered for the first Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Technology Summit, a series of panels meant to showcase local and global technology leaders as diverse as the students in the crowd.