As Las Vegas prepares for major citywide sporting events over the next decade, Tim Keener said Las Vegas Events is prepared for the new tournaments it can now bid on.
McKenna Ross joined the Review-Journal in June 2021 as a business reporter covering Southern Nevada nonprofits and the charity sector. She is a corps member with Report for America, a national service program that places journalists into local newsrooms. She previously reported for MLive, a Michigan news site, and interned at The Oregonian, the Palm Beach Post, Gongwer News Service and WKAR News. She is a graduate of Michigan State University.
Aruze Gaming, the slot machine developer behind Shoot to Win Craps, Go Go Claw and other slot and electronic table games, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Wednesday.
Jim Prather’s new role puts the veteran multimedia local newsman in charge of digital projects and planning for the Review-Journal and Review-Journal en Español.
A new incubator program in Las Vegas wants to help minority-owned small businesses grow through mentorship, education and a chance to improve their credit score.
Online retailer TheDrop.com launched in San Francisco in 2017, but CEO Matt Falcinelli knew all along that when it was time to establish the streetwear company’s headquarters it couldn’t be in California.
A class action lawsuit alleges hotel operators on the Strip of inflating hotel room rates, but several hospitality and business experts have expressed skepticism at the claim.
The class-action suit names Caesars Entertainment, MGM Resorts International, Treasure Island and Wynn Resorts Holdings as defendants.
Tesla plans to invest an estimated $3.6 billion in battery and electric semi-truck manufacturing in Northern Nevada and create 3,000 jobs, the company announced Tuesday.
Brett Abarbanel was named executive director of the UNLV International Gaming Institute, and she credits basement poker games for piquing her interest in gambling research.
As Lunar New Year celebrations kick off this weekend, local business owners are preparing — and hoping — for a busy season.