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TODAY AT SANTA ANITA: Oct. 14, 2013

Post Time 1 p.m. Race 1 – 1 mile, Purse $17,000, Claiming $8,000, 3-year-olds and up

Spending snags deal

WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans and Democrats hit an impasse Sunday over spending in their last-ditch struggle to avoid an economy-jarring default in four days and end a partial government shutdown that is entering its third week.

Investment company accused of misleading Nevada Legislature

An Advantage Capital lobbyist who campaigned for a bill that became a state tax credit law has been accused of “misleading” Nevada legislators on the profitability of similar laws in Missouri and Florida.

Feds end consent order for First Security Bank of Nevada

Federal banking regulators have terminated a consent order issued in September 2010 for First Security Bank of Nevada. At the time, the Las Vegas bank was recovering from losses on real estate loans that collapsed when the recession took hold.

On the Move, Oct. 14

Announcements of new hires, promotions and professional awards. Want to see your accomplishment here? Send your information to bizbriefs@reviewjournal.com.

Executive Calendar, Oct. 14

A weekly listing of events put on by professional organizations, educational groups and local chambers of commerce.

Word-of-mouth, in any form, an effective business booster

In “Contagious: Why Things Catch On,” Jonah Berger writes that “people tend to ignore the importance of offline word of mouth … ” and cites research maintaining “only 7 percent of word-of-mouth happens online.”

Time and Place, Oct. 14

A list of weekly networking events around the Las Vegas Valley. Want to see a meeting here? Send your information to bizbriefs@reviewjournal.com.

For the Record, Oct. 14

A weekly log of business bankruptcies, commercial and industrial lease transactions, and new business licenses in Clark County.

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