After 45 years, Kiss has launched their final “End of the Road” tour. The outing follows their first “farewell” tour…back in 2000. The band has sold over 100 million records worldwide and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014. Say goodbye to the band at T-Mobile Arena on Feb. 15.
A report from JPMorgan Chase found that male business owners in Las Vegas have higher first-year revenue than their female counter parts. According to the report, male business owners in Las Vegas made an average of $70,000 in the first year. Female business owners made an average of $57,000 in revenue their first year, a 20 percent difference. Other cities had larger gaps. Austin, for instance, had a 73 percent difference between male and female first-year revenue. And the gap in San Antonio was a 79 percent difference.