We know thousands of Nevadans are seeing steep premium increases as they move into Obamacare-compliant plans for the first time in 2015. The question is how businesses and individuals are adjusting to the higher costs.
The irony was not lost on Gavin Isaacs. On Nov. 21, 2013, Gavin Isaacs watched as SHFL entertainment, where he was CEO for 32 months, was sold to slot machine giant Bally Technologies — his former employer — for $1.3 billion. The next day, Isaacs was out of work.