Rob Oseland spent close to two decades in gaming and took a much-needed time out in early 2011. But by the end of the year, Oseland joined the team at SBE Entertainment and began planning for what has become the $415 million SLS Las Vegas.
The governor’s economic development office hopes to receive about $4 million in federal money to invest in new businesses through the Silver State’s venture capital program.
Following a bonanza $17 billion settlement agreed by Bank of America Corp. this week, Nevada will receive exactly this much of it in cash: Zero. But state officials say that doesn’t mean the Silver State will go home empty-handed.
The Las Vegas doughnut scene is sprinkled liberally with retailers and wholesalers. With so much variety, how do shops keep their customers coming back? Out-of-the-box flavors help, an analyst says.
The Howard Hughes Corp. has planned a job fair for locals interested in working inside the company’s 2,000-employee Downtown Summerlin project.
Las Vegas city staff and The Cordish Cos. are still negotiating funding terms of a proposed soccer stadium in Symphony Park, with a Sept. 1 deadline looming, Councilman Bob Beers said Friday.
Investors are flipping fewer homes in Nevada, but quick sales for profit in the state remain well above national norms.