It’s not the wine talking. Those prices really might be creeping up on you. Wine prices in U.S. restaurants have been rising steadily since the last quarter of 2012, with family dining and white-tablecloth establishments seeing the biggest increases.
Lorenzo Fertitta, Ultimate Fighting Championship chief executive and chairman, is leading a contingent of UFC staffers and fighters Tuesday on a one-day tour of three upstate New York cities to extol the economic virtues of hosting a UFC event.
Danica Patrick’s marketing machine includes bikinis and racy Go Daddy TV commercials, but 15-year-old car racer Kayli Barker of North Las Vegas is building her motorsport brand in a much more wholesome, girl-next-door way.
Jury deliberations in the Richard Suen case were interrupted on Monday afternoon after one of the jurors sent Clark County District Judge Rob Bare a note asking to be kept separate from the rest of the jury.
It’s official: the Las Vegas 51s have new local owners.
State gaming regulators are looking into the relationship between 2-week-old Internet poker website Ultimate Poker and an unlicensed service provider used to identify new players.
Affinity Gaming gained limited breathing space Monday in its on-going legal battle with largest shareholder Z Capital Partners.
With all the publicity that has followed the CityCenter construction defects case, it never figured to be easy to find an impartial jury.
Terri Janison had a solid career in corporate marketing in Jackson, Miss., when she came to Las Vegas two decades ago with her husband, television weathercaster Kevin Janison.
Keeping your business afloat in a tough economy is one thing. Keeping your business afloat in a tough economy while finding time to volunteer at an animal shelter, compete in triathlons, help a child through a kidney transplant or battle cancer? That’s another level of achievement altogether.