Pomelo offers a credit card that can be used by friends or family members in other countries, making it easier to move money across borders.
Nevada-based companies will have the opportunity to receive investments from StartUpNV and federal matching funds.
What does the future of slot machines look like? PlayStudios CEO Andrew Pascal believes they could network and engage like free-to-play apps.
Las Vegas-based Halo.Car service, which is temporarily free, is still in its testing phase and only available in the downtown Las Vegas area.
Accused of failing to register as a foreign agent through the Foreign Agents Registration Act. the former Wynn Resorts CEO gives three reasons to dismiss the lawsuit.
Peppermint Hippo spans 27,000 square feet and boasts “state-of-the-art sound and lighting, VIP amenities, a podcast studio, speakeasy, and 24-hour entertainment.
Nonprofit SafeNest has started a new program for shelter residents to earn up $1,500 by working for SafeNest Coffee.
The Art House Hookah Lounge hosted about 20 local vendors to celebrate the federal holiday.
When Ralph Perrazzo found himself out of a restaurant and out of a job, he fell back on his love of cured meats and, soon, a new brand of frankfurters was born.
A resource fair for entrepreneurs and small business owners offered free access to advice, training and resources for running a business.
Resorts World guests can rent the electric cars on-site through a new partnership between the hotel-casino and rental company.
Billionaire Tilman Fertitta is in the process of buying 6 acres on Las Vegas Strip; he plans to build an upscale hotel project, sources say
Sight and Sound Candy and More received a $10,000 grant to support her new business through a state government office that connects entrepreneurs to resources.