OnLocation Production operates a trailer that combines all the basic departments needed for film, TV and commercial productions.
Sean Hemmersmeier joined the Review-Journal in July 2022 as a general assignment business reporter. Before moving to Las Vegas, Sean covered government and development news in Southern Utah for The Spectrum & Daily News. He is a native of Salt Lake City and graduated from Loyola University Chicago in 2021 with a degree in multimedia journalism.
Filings show the Tesla CEO and owner of Twitter is listed as director of X Holdings Corp., X Corp. and X.AI Corp.
Sprouts Farmers Market is set to open a location in North Las Vegas — its first in the city — next month, and the health-focused grocery chain will host several events to celebrate the grand opening.
Workbnb is working on the beta launch of its online platform for traveling workers that would list 9,000 properties in 40 states.
Las Vegas ranked as one of the best cities for startups to operate, beating out more popular tech-centered destinations such as Seattle and Austin, Texas.
A year of high inflation and rising interest rates have created a gloomy economic outlook for Nevada businesses, according to a survey from Nevada State Bank.
The National Association of Broadcasters will return to Las Vegas this week for its annual event — one of the city’s largest conventions — and it expects to be up to 25 percent larger than 2022.
The proposal for the 60-story resort called Harlem Nights has been delayed. The developer requests time to gain more community input.
CapRock Partners completed two new industrial projects in the Las Vegas Valley, with both sites nearly fully leased.
The 504 loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration helps owners purchase property and other fixed assets.
A 60-story resort called Harlem Nights is being proposed for the Historic Westside — a massive development that will be considered next week by the Las Vegas Planning Commission.
Millions of people now play pickleball across the U.S., and there are dozens of courts across the Las Vegas Valley, including some under development.
CAE held a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday for its “gateway” flight training facility in Las Vegas that can train 2,500 pilots per year.
Tom Burns started his role as executive director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development on Jan. 30, succeeding Michael Brown.
The Clark County Department of Business License announced a new customer service telephone number to better help residents with questions.