Crystal Dieleman, president of TransWorld Manufacturing, is the third-generation in her family to work in the construction equipment industry.
A panel of five prominent casino designers recently talked with masters-level business students from London’s Cass Business School, who were in the city for a first-hand look at what makes the casino industry tick.
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Faraday Bicycles claims Faraday Future is infringing on its trademark.
La Bonita supermarket will reopen as an anchor tenant Fiesta Plaza in North Las Vegas by the end of the year. And, construction is underway to convert La Bonita’s old space into a Ross Dress For Less clothing store.
Penn National Gaming will continue to leverage its investment in its Tropicana Las Vegas property and add to its holdings in Mississippi to expand and diversify revenue, company officials said Thursday.
A preview was held Thursday for the planetariumlike Dome theater inside Downtown Container Park on Fremont Street.
A year-round Fremont Street attraction based on the “Fear the Walking Dead” TV show is expected to open in July.
Meeting in Las Vegas, the board of directors of the American Gaming Association ratified a set of policy principles in the organization’s bid to legalize sports betting nationwide.
As the third day of the National Association of Broadcasters Show came to an end, a few hundred people made their way past the booths showing off the broadcasting technology of the future to relish in what many would consider the broadcast technology of a long gone era.