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COMING IN THIS WEEK’S BUSINESS PRESS

WARMING SIGNS: A new study predicts that warming temperatures could cost Nevadans billions in lost revenues and hurt its tourism industry, but observers also say that global warming could offer new business opportunities.

GOT THE LOOK: Dress up for work — but don’t overdress. That’s what style experts suggest.

EXECUTIVE SNAPSHOT: Mike Murphy, president and general manager of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nevada, discusses some of his goals.

THIS WEEK’S LIST: Family-owned businesses in Southern Nevada.

THIS WEEK’S BUSINESS PRESS POLL QUESTION

Log onto the Las Vegas Business Press Web site and let us hear your opinion on this week’s question.

A scorecard released by Rutgers University for Labor Day reported that U.S. workers are in worse shape than they’ve been in years. The scorecard said more than 10 percent of Americans are having trouble finding jobs, are underemployed or have even stopped looking for work. Although the report shows causes for concern, the author noted that there were some bright spots, including signs that a growing percentage of Americans are completely satisfied with their jobs as employers offer more employee support programs.

How satisified are you with your own job?

Answer at www.lvbusinesspress.com/poll/

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