Las Vegas homebuilders started the year with their best January sales tally in a decade, a new report says.
Summerlin developer Howard Hughes Corp. disclosed Monday that it sold 206.6 acres of residential land in Las Vegas’ largest master-planned community last year, down 13.6 percent from 2016.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is close to hiring a general contractor for the Las Vegas Convention Center expansion project, estimated at $860 million.
Atlantic City’s newest casino promises to flood the city with live music.
A chunk of Southern Nevada’s population boom is made up of executive-level talent. A group of Southern Nevada executives, most new to Las Vegas, will get the scoop next month on navigating the local business community.
The official in charge of New York’s $209 billion public pension fund has sued Wynn Resorts in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against former company CEO Steve Wynn .
Warren Buffett says he’s had a hard time finding acquisitions at reasonable prices so he’s sitting on $116 billion cash and short-term bonds.
Three Las Vegas shooting survivors on Sunday received the first disbursements from Route91Strong, a nonprofit that helps victims of the Oct. 1 shooting.
Many local entrepreneurs, in tandem with local and state officials, are trying to solve the age-old chicken and egg workforce dilemma: Does the talent follow the company, or do companies follow the talent?
While the Southern Nevada casino industry enjoys a burst of prosperity and development, it also may be facing a tide of negative sentiment from loyal casino customers regarding high resort fees and paid parking policies at Strip casinos.