RIGHT CORNER, RIGHT PRICE: Although the Las Vegas economy and commercial real estate market are suffering, observers say opportunity exists for some business owners to seize a prime location, often at a fraction of the previous rent.
MANAGING THE FLOCK: Though less visible to parishioners than organs or stained-glass windows, specialized church-management software has become the mainspring running the daily operations of many congregations.
EXECUTIVE SNAPSHOT: Nevada Association Services President David Stone describes the joy of family and the release of running.
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.
The Senate health care reform plan proposes a new 40 percent tax on what is being called “Cadillac” health plans — those with annual employee-employer premiums higher than $8,500 for individuals and $23,000 for families. Supporters argue that the tax will help curb health-care spending. Foes of the tax, though, argue the tax is unfair and companies should be able to offer the plans to attract better employees.
Do you think “Cadillac” health plans should be taxed as part of an overall health care reform package?
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