Through newly launched Trustifi, consumers now have a digital way of assuring that virtual mail was securely delivered to and received by the intended recipient, and for less money.
A lack of housing, basic infrastructure and population density coupled with a very visible homeless presence are the obstacles that entrepreneurs say are keeping downtown from realizing its full potential as a startup hub.
In the past 18 or so years, Rob Roy has taken a different kind of Las Vegas hotel — one that rents out space for data instead of people — and turned the idea into one of the technology industry’s largest initial public offerings of 2017.
Three seniors at Cimarron-Memorial High School emerge victorious in contest based on popular ABC television show with “Conditional Cubes,” a beta product designed to help young students learn computer coding.
“Food Network Star” alumnus Victor “Vic Vegas” Moea will take his 7 Sinful Subs to the southwest valley early next year. He tells us a lease has been signed for the sandwich shop to be located at Fort Apache Road and Tropicana Avenue. Look for it to open in January. One big difference at this spot, the chef tells us, will be that “you can have a damn beer with a knuckle sandwich now.”
In 2015, North Las Vegas-resident Mike Ziethlow had an idea for creating something like a Yelp for independent music, but he didn’t know how to turn that idea into a product.
Three golden ideas — the brainchildren of Clark County School District high school students— will be refined, perfected and presented center stage at CES 2018. A panel of judges selected the ideas last week.
The program, which aims to help local small businesses grow by providing local consumer, demographic and industry data to business owners, became permanent in July.
The festival gates open at 2 p.m. today for 2017’s Life is Beautiful festival.
Christy and Bob Swadkins became owners of the Summerlin branch of Golden Heart Senior Care last fall, gaining their first client in September.