Senate Bill 220 goes into effect on Tuesday, giving consumers more ability to keep websites from selling their information to third-party firms.
Slot machine developers have been working to integrate video game concepts to attract players. While some believe such skill-based games could be a game-changer in the industry, others are not so sure.
The Max has been grounded since March after two crashes killed 346 people.
Turbines are rising by the thousands across America, from remote Texas plains to farms in Iowa. And the boom now is expanding offshore. But, President Donald Trump hates wind turbines.
Experts say the computer vision technology could be a game changer in the casino industry, allowing operators to collect more data on more players than ever before.
Janet Garcia-Legrand, who is set to go on trial in Florida next month, confirmed to the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Wednesday that she is the CEO of project developer Bleutech Park Properties.
Low-price fashion chain Forever 21, a one-time hot destination for teen shoppers that fell victim to its own rapid expansion and changing consumer tastes, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Of the workers who once staffed the plant around the clock, about 3,400 took GM up on transferring to factories around the country.
The law firm of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck has formed a crisis management group led by shareholder Mitch Langberg and Chief Culture and Communications Officer Lara Day.
CarParts.com is the latest company to choose Southern Nevada for a distribution center, joining firms such as Smith’s Food and Drug Stores and Amazon.com.