A Texas-based travel, fitness and wellness company filed a creditor’s claim against Tony Hsieh’s estate on Monday, seeking more than $8.7 million.
Allied Esports Entertainment, which owns HyperX Esports Arena on the Strip, is one step closer to selling off its esports business, company executives said Monday.
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Roughly 300,000 visitors are expected to come to Las Vegas for the Thanksgiving weekend, potentially setting up a holiday weekend resembling a time before the pandemic.
Wynn Resorts Board Chairman Phil Satre offers more information on CEO Matt Maddox’s announcement that he will leave the company at the end of January.
Target will no longer open its stores on Thanksgiving Day, making permanent a shift to the unofficial start of the holiday season that was suspended during the pandemic.
Rising food and transportation costs are hitting food banks and pantries in Southern Nevada, as the nonprofits contend with supply chain disruptions while balancing unprecedented need in the pandemic era.
More than 30 years after executives outlined their vision for Summerlin, the massive community commands some of the highest home and land prices in Southern Nevada and remains one of the top-selling spots in the nation for homebuilders.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Stephen Tsai says “McCarran International Airport makes ours look like the airport on ‘Wings.’”
Visitor volume remains below pre-pandemic levels, but investors are betting big that Las Vegas is back on track.
You don’t have to be a millionaire to get up close to innovative — and expensive — products on display at the Big Boys Toys exhibition.
Citing increased business and service demands, Resorts World Las Vegas will begin charging for valet parking at the Las Vegas Hilton, Conrad Las Vegas and South Porte Cochere locations on property, effective Wednesday.
Five plans from four companies that responded to Chicago’s request-for-proposals process last month have been unveiled with values ranging from $1.3 billion to $2 billion.
The proposal from subsidiaries of Las Vegas-based Sightline Payments LLC wouldn’t include off-site verification of sign-ups for popular sports-wagering accounts.
CES is returning to Las Vegas early next year, but the consumer electronics trade show isn’t expected to get back to its pre-pandemic levels just yet, officials said Thursday