One of Southern Nevada’s largest property management companies has cancelled a plan to shorten its renters’ three-day grace period later this year.
Howard Hughes Corp. says it’s not looking to bring noisy festivals near the Las Vegas Ballpark.
After leaving resort fees steady for more than a year, MGM Resorts International has increased them at Aria, Vdara and Bellagio.
An insurance company’s call center is looking to hire in customer service.
Mohammed Hussein’s responsibilities will include managing the branch sales and servicing related responsibilities at the Tropicana banking office, including the managing of a staff of three colleagues.
U.S. employers slowed their hiring in July but still added a solid 164,000 jobs to an economy that appears poised to extend its decade-long expansion.
If all went according to plan, visitors — by now — would see an arena with a retractable roof and a five-star hotel developed by ex-NBA player Jackie Robinson on the Las Vegas Strip.
Las Vegas resorts are packed with guests, and the economy is on strong footing. But hotel-casino construction has had a spotty track record since the recession.