Station Casinos Inc. reported more red ink on Thursday, although the Las Vegas-based hotel-casino company dramatically reduced its losses in 2010 compared with the previous year.
Counting Washington, D.C., we’re 51st in the nation in education and somewhere around 51st in unemployment, foreclosures, public transportation and health care.
Who says businesses don’t want to move to Las Vegas? Certainly not Carlos Santana. The guitar god and rock legend announced Thursday through his management company that he has relocated from San Francisco to Las Vegas all of the operational functions for his music label and music publishing company, his Maria Maria restaurant chain, his line of signature music instruments and his Carlos by Carlos Santana brand of shoes, hats and purses.
Partially filling the void left by the bankruptcy of Mexicana Airlines, discounter Volaris on Wednesday launched daily service out of McCarran International Airport.
WASHINGTON — Companies added more workers in March, a sign the labor market may be strengthening, data from a private report based on payrolls showed Wednesday.