Las Vegas’ business elite gave the bad and the good of expectations for 2018 and beyond.
The bump, attributed to federal tax law changes, push Southwest to record net income and earnings per share of $3.5 billion and $5.79 a share, respectively, for 2017.
Thursday’s scheduled special meeting of the Las Vegas Stadium Authority has been canceled and approval of a stadium development agreement has been pushed back to March 1.
Dim lights, stained carpeting and concrete pillars didn’t exactly scream Las Vegas for airline passengers passing through Terminal 1 at McCarran International Airport.
Taxicabs picked up a majority of travelers passing through McCarran International in 2017, but ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft are cutting into the competition, according to year-end numbers provided by the airport.
McCarran International Airport reported an all-time annual high of 48.5 million airline passengers in 2017, breaking a 10-year-old record, the Clark County Department of Aviation reported Monday.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority is a guidepost for what the Las Vegas Stadium Authority could look like in four years once the stadium that will house the Oakland Raiders is completed.
The Nevada Board of Regents has voted 11-1 in favor of a joint-use agreement that enables the UNLV football team to use the planned $1.9 billion football stadium being built by the Oakland Raiders.
Developer Winston Fisher showed Las Vegas that his vision for the future of shopping centers has a fantastical feel.
Ridership and revenue were down for a third consecutive year for Southern Nevada’s taxicab companies, largely due to the increasing popularity of ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft, taxi officials said Thursday.