Purchases of previously owned U.S. homes fell in September for the first time in three months, retreating from an almost four-year high as rising prices and mortgage rates discouraged would-be buyers.
The city’s largest and most powerful hospitality union had planned to protest weekly in front of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in an effort to gain a contract with the luxury hotel. But, after several members of the Culinary Union were caught on video verbally abusing Strip visitors, those protests were put on hold for the rest of the month.
Changes to downtown Las Vegas — and a few outlandish ideas — were the subject of a panel discussion on Monday that included former Mayor Oscar Goodman, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh and Downtown Grand operator Seth Schorr.
Zions Bancorp, parent of Nevada State Bank, on Monday posted third-quarter earnings that easily surpassed analyst expectations, as its loan portfolio expanded modestly amid consumer cautiousness.
Caesar Entertainment Corp. said Monday the U.S. Treasury Department is investigating potential money-laundering allegations at Caesars Palace.
A group of academics, politicians and businesses leaders have joined forces to create The Economic Club of Las Vegas, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization designed to provide an independent forum for economic and political debate.