Though Hyperloop One still has this summer pegged for a public test of its completed test track near North Las Vegas, track officials don’t guarantee the valley will house the world’s first working hyperloop track for freight delivery.
Eric Lassard, a 13-year-old Las Vegas boy, organized a Youth Startup Weekend at RedFlint — a University of Phoenix-owned business incubator in downtown Las Vegas.
Sheldon Adelson remains the richest man in Las Vegas, and among billionaires worldwide, he comes in at No. 20.
Small business owners in Las Vegas have struggled to find local microlenders — financial institutions willing to lend businesses up to $50,000.
Since cottage kitchen licenses became available in Nevada in 2013, 245 active local licenses have been logged, according to Southern Nevada Health District data. In that same time, the district has investigated 330 complaints of illegal food vendors.
The video game industry is picking up speed in Nevada, a new report from the Entertainment Software Association shows.
Jeanne Phatdoung didn’t know what to expect five years ago when she packed up and left her hometown of Modesto, Calif., to break out in Las Vegas’ hospitality scene.
As usual, stakes are high for those placing bets on the Super Bowl. This year, for those who can’t handle the pressure, a local Las Vegas startup is offering a way out.
As Dave Williams recalls, his announcement to a Southern California sheriff’s department that he decided to retire from law enforcement and join the world of beef jerky manufacturing surprised some of his colleagues.