U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev. on Wednesday hailed the shutdown of three of four coal-fired units at a plant near Moapa, saying Nevada’s energy future is in development of solar, wind and geothermal resources. The three units were shut down on Dec. 20.
More than a year ago, Culinary Union members stood outside the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and called visitors to the Strip resort names such as “scabs,” “beached whales,” and “losers.” What a difference 14 months can make.
MGM Resorts International will hold a seasonal job fair next week to hire more than 700 summer positions at the company’s 12 Strip resorts. Seasonal employees will support the properties’ swimming pools and related hotel operations.
Before you start thinking about resolutions for the new year, your immediate plans might include ending 2014 with a bang. Our bank accounts don’t always agree with our plans. Fortunately, there are money-saving hacks to enjoy the festivities without going broke.
It’s abundantly clear Caesars Growth Partners is key to the planned bankruptcy restructuring of overly-leveraged affiliate Caesars Entertainment Operating Co., which intends to shed almost $10 billion of the parent company’s industry-leading $22.8 billion debt through reorganization.
Nevada casinos ended three straight months of gaming revenue declines in November. The Strip wasn’t so lucky.
Las Vegas visitor volume grew 1.4 percent in November, but it seems like a moot point.
On paper, it appeared MGM Resorts International lost the construction defect lawsuit over CityCenter’s mistake-riddled Harmon Hotel.
You might not be able to immediately change your income, but with savvy planning you can have fun with your family without sacrificing the essentials. Budgeting is important for everyone, but it’s absolutely crucial for single parents.
AirTran Airways has ceased to exist in an industry that has reshaped itself into something that would not be easily recognized when the Dallas carrier took its first flight about two decades ago.