During last decade’s boom in Las Vegas, the construction crane became the unofficial state bird and a sign of an expanding economy. These days, there appears to be another barometer about how residents view the housing market and the local economy – the lowly, often dinged-up dumpster.
The food and beverage director at Texas Station filed a federal lawsuit Friday that accuses her employer of violating the Equal Pay Act.
Las Vegas-based Medifarm LLC, a newly created subsidiary of the national agricultural company Terra Tech, is looking to become the first publicly traded company in the country to hold a medical marijuana license.
MGM Resorts International named Anton Nikodemus as chief operating officer of the company’s new regional division.
The growth of Las Vegas’ technology community was evident Wednesday night at the Technology Business Alliance of Nevada awards. Where the awards dinner two years ago was held in a country club, 2014’s ceremony took place in a nightclub.
The Hualapai Tribe, which owns the horseshoe-shaped Grand Canyon Skywalk on the northwestern Arizona reservation, and the family of the Las Vegas businessman who developed it have reached a financial settlement.
A Nevada company says it plans to revive passenger train excursions between Santa Fe, N.M., and the nearby northern New Mexico town of Lamy.
Nevada State Bank, a subsidiary of Zions Bancorp., on Friday reported loan growth of $33.1 million for the first quarter of 2014. The bank’s year-over-year loan growth was $233.9 million, and the company posted a net income of $2.3 million. That extended a positive trend of quarterly earnings since 2010, according to a news release.
Driven by a 49 percent increase in results from Macau, Las Vegas Sands Corp. increased earnings per share by almost 38 percent in the first quarter.