An injection of capital and the recent addition of a former Nike executive has Las Vegas-based e-commerce company TheDrop.com poised for growth.
Las Vegas entrepreneur who bought Antonio Brown meltdown video clip sells NFT to collector for 3 entherium, or around $20,000, at auction.
Hairstylist LeAna McKnight built a career helping Hollywood stars look camera-ready, but a recent move back to her hometown of Las Vegas has her honing her focus to selling hair extensions.
Evan Savar acquired the rights to NFT the video footage, originally captured from a fan’s camera phone and valued at potentially as much as $1.5M, and is auctioning it on ViralHeir.com.
The famed television personality and cookbook author plans to open The Bedford by Martha Stewart in Paris Las Vegas this spring.
Fontainebleau hotel-casino developer Jeffrey Soffer is back at the helm, moving forward on the journey to complete the north Strip skyscraper.
After his attempt to complete Las Vegas’ Fontainebleau resort fizzled out, developer Steve Witkoff unveiled some new ventures in Florida this year.
Nine firms, including six in Southern Nevada, were awarded $12 million in state tax incentives to create 469 jobs in two years — a figure that could grow to 735 jobs in five years.
Court cases have shown detailed accounts of Tony Hsieh’s drug use and bizarre behavior, and allegations that people close to Hsieh took advantage of him financially as his health spiraled downward.
Excitement is high among local small businesses for Small Business Saturday and the holiday shopping season in general as many look to recover from a tumultuous year.
Starburst Parlor owner Jill Shlesinger hopes her keto-friendly bakery will satisfy the sweet tooth for nearly everyone, even those with dietary restrictions.
Monthly meetup for local tech community expected to draw over 120 people to the Las Vegas Arts District
The tech startup Brinc is focused on creating drones that can fly inside buildings and help first responders. Its first system — the Lemur — started selling earlier this year.
UNLV Incubator is envisioned as a place “where ideas will be incubated into companies of the future,” said hub director and UNLV professor Robert Rippee said Wednesday of the space in the Hughes Center.