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Payday loan managers with Las Vegas ties to pay $100,000 in penalties

The managers of an illegal payday loan business with operations in Las Vegas have been ordered to pay $100,000 in penalties and forfeit more than $1 million in outstanding loans, according to a final settlement announced by California regulators.

McCarran passenger numbers unchanged in November

The recent modest uptick in passenger traffic at McCarran International Airport was halted in November, as the numbers year over year were unchanged, figures released Tuesday show.

Holiday exhibits keep visitors coming to Las Vegas resorts

Las Vegas has mostly shelved its attempt to rebrand itself as a family-friendly wonderland. But there’s one exception: the dreaded holiday season, when visitor numbers crater and room vacancies soar.

Las Vegas a Top 10 travel destination, Lonely Planet says

Las Vegas is ranked in the Top 10 best travel destinations for 2014, but not for the same old reasons. The outside world is taking note of downtown’s arts and entertainment attractions.

Nevada launches $200 million tax credit program

Seven community development entities, or investment funds, won a combined $200 million in state tax credits meant to support economic development and job growth in Nevada. The catch is they must invest 85 percent of the credits within one year.

‘Welcome to Las Vegas’ sign to go solar

A solar tree to power the iconic “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign should be in place by early 2014.

Local companies turn to SBA loans to expand

The Small Business Administration’s stable of lending products has played a crucial role in giving local and regional community bankers opportunities to fund real estate deals or the expansion of local businesses during the economic recovery.

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