Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson is suffering from non-Hodgkin lymphoma, but plans to continue working through treatment.
The city of Las Vegas is considering leaving NV Energy for an alternative power provider, setting the stage for it to potentially join a recent exodus from the utility monopoly .
Scott Sibella, a Las Vegas native and UNLV grad, has reportedly taken a buyout from MGM Resorts International.
The future home of the Raiders and UNLV football is set to be one of the most connected stadiums in the country.
After a half-century of service in Las Vegas, Frias Transportation is officially on its way out after the state Taxicab Authority approved the sale of its assets.
Tesla said it will be “winding down many” of its stores “over the nest few months,” it said, with a small number of stores in high-traffic locations.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission expects Steve Wynn’s lawsuit against it and its chief investigator to be dismissed, clearing the way for a suitability hearing for new Wynn Resorts executives and board members.
The family of a Fairfax, Virginia, man who died after falling off an escalator at The Orleans filed a wrongful death lawsuit this month against the Boyd Gaming Corp. property.
Howard Hughes sold 244.8 acres of residential land in Summerlin – Las Vegas’ largest master-planned community – for $144.7 million last year.
Last August, co-founders Billy Thompson and Randy Choi moved the e-commerce company from California to Las Vegas for its friendly business climate, and said they haven’t looked back since. Thompson Tee is now nearing its 1 millionth T-shirt sold.