Golden Knights President Kerry Bubolz said the Golden Knights’ association with the LVGEA will help Las Vegas’ efforts to grow as the sports and entertainment capital of the world.
Bailey joined the Las Vegas-Review Journal’s business desk in April 2018. She previously worked with the paper in the summer of 2017 as an intern. Prior to her return, she was an intern on Bloomberg News’ energy team. She grew up in Iowa and graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a bachelor of journalism degree in 2017.
Imagine roads equipped for autonomous vehicles, smart streetlights that dim if they don’t detect motion and trash bins that can alert collectors when they’re about to overflow.
The Nevada Public Utilities Commission has postponed discussions on whether the Las Vegas stadium can leave NV Energy.
Artist Connect, Andrea Cheaney’s startup pitch, took first place at this year’s Startup Weekend Las Vegas.
The Raiders believe the stadium’s energy delivery services will begin around April and anticipate the stadium’s annual load will reach 50 megawatt hours per year with a peak load of 18 megawatts, according to documents filed with the PUC.
No lights have been turned on at the Las Vegas Sphere yet, but it already wants no power from NV Energy.
More than 70 attendees are expected at this year’s Las Vegas Startup Weekend, according to Kenny Eliason, one of the event’s organizers.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development awarded tax abatements to six companies considering to build or relocate operations in Northern Nevada.
At Thursday’s Governor’s Office of Economic Development meeting, HAPPIE Home was approved for $113,081 in tax abatements for Rufo to move the company from Henderson next year to a facility near the University Medical Center in North Las Vegas.
For the first time in its more than 100-year history, the three-member Public Utilities Commission of Nevada is entirely made up of women.
There’s no requirement for companies to hire veterans that have re-entered the workforce upon leaving the military, but subcontractors for some of the biggest projects in Southern Nevada are seeking out military veterans because of their leadership skills and investment in teamwork.
About 40 employees, business owners and entrepreneurs who sought advice from the Chase for Business BizMobile, a consultancy center on wheels.
Laird Noble Sanders will be remembered for many things: Dad jokes, a bolstering laugh and his ever-present bucket hat. But members of the Henderson business community say they’ll remember his character most.
NV Energy spent more than $63 million this year in an attempt to preserve its monopoly in Nevada, and unofficial returns show that the investment paid off.