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?
Increasing demand for efficient production and worker safety has required the industry to embrace innovation, he said.
The Las Vegas Victims’ Fund will begin distributing payments to eligible victims next month — but fund officials have not yet said how much money has been collected.
Heightened sensitivity to sexual misconduct has the potential to prevent women from reaching top positions in the workforce, a Las Vegas attorney said.
The boards of Las Vegas’ six largest gaming employers have just nine women among their 58 members, and only two of the boards have female representation that is higher than the average of 21.2 percent for SP 500 companies.
Nevada Attorney General’s office says it’s too soon to say what action may lie ahead regarding Wynn Resorts Ltd.
The board of Wynn Resorts Ltd. is weighing its options in figuring out its next step, experts say.
Nevada’s new sports teams will likely help to further propel Nevada’s philanthropy landscape.
Las Vegas-based casino operators are working to position themselves for a favorable Supreme Court ruling on sports betting
The Vegas Strong Fund said Monday that it will not be issuing any more checks to victims of the Oct. 1 shooting, but will donate half of all money raised to a separate 501(c)(3), the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund.
Assistance is available to families of people killed in the shooting and those who were either hospitalized or required medical treatment as a result of injuries suffered in the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.
About 1,300 people have filed applications seeking assistance from Nevada’s Victims of Crime program as a result of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Residents and community leaders say the violence damaged the area’s economic prospects, but they also say the city should do more to boost development in what was once the city’s predominantly black community.