The Affordable Care Act may be the law of the land, but that’s not stopping Las Vegans from trying to get around it.
Anyone trying decipher subliminal messages from the early November policy address by Macau’s top government official would have an easier time determining whether the Beatles were secretly telling us Paul was dead through the “Abbey Road” album cover.
Kevin Morss got his executive job the old-fashioned way.
When it comes to small networks and higher insurance premiums, Las Vegas has nothing on Lovelock. Or on Battle Mountain, or Elko, or any of Nevada’s rural areas.
Christmas decorations, including plush snowmen in red and green suits, lined the sale’s entrance. Behind them, other holiday decor was displayed atop boxes and tables, giving way to clothing and household appliances.
Owners of the former Western Hotel on Fremont Street are looking to preserve the right to offer gambling on the site, but they’re not shopping for roulette wheels and gaudy carpeting just yet.
An experimental device is letting paralyzed people drive wheelchairs simply by flicking their tongue in the right direction.
Tasha Schwikert and Matt Sheahan each recently won a lucrative $75,000 scholarship from the Las Vegas Business Academy, a nonprofit organization founded by businessman Rino Armeni to graduate students pursuing business, hotel administration and law degrees who are “tuition challenged.”
ATLANTIC CITY — In addition to the usual holiday traditions, gamblers found time to create 5,000 new Internet betting accounts on Thanksgiving.
Postinterview advice abounds. Write a thank-you note. Follow up in the amount of time the employer suggested when you asked and don’t overlook some of the best employer feedback. Sometimes it comes wrapped in the message that you don’t fit in the new environment. Think strategically.