While experts say the themed restaurant industry’s bubble popped years ago, some continue to rake in money within the Las Vegas valley.
The woman captured the top prize on a quarter Wheel of Fortune game.
The event, created by American Express in 2010, is meant to encourage shoppers to consider small businesses for their holiday shopping needs.
The long-empty store has been resurrected, but other big-boxes in Las Vegas still are collecting dust.
GOBankingRates surveyed 737 Americans and asked them about the last item they bought online that went unused and why they didn’t return it to the seller. The main reason, as it turns out, was a fussy and annoying return process.
The U.S. sales phenomenon has spread to retailers across the world in recent years with such force that it’s prompting a backlash from some activists, politicians and even consumers.
The Retail Association of Nevada estimates roughly 1.65 million adults in the state will be shopping over the five-day Thanksgiving weekend and Cyber Monday.
Shoppers braved stormy weather on Thanksgiving Day to pursue early Black Friday deals.
When it comes to holiday shopping, the earlier the better. So say Las Vegans and visitors who were out hitting the shops this week before the madness of Black Friday.
Wynn Resorts Ltd. has been awarded a $41 million settlement in its consolidated derivative lawsuit.