After Siegfried & Roy’s run ended on the Las Vegas Strip, they made millions in one of Southern Nevada’s other favorite pastimes: real estate.
The market hasn’t collapsed after the coronavirus outbreak shut down much of Southern Nevada’s economy virtually overnight, but tenants have sought rent relief and struggled to pay on time.
Jim Murren never thought he’d stay in or even like Las Vegas when he left his Wall Street gig in 1998. Now, he’s fighting for the city he loves in his task force role.
After a two-and-a-half hour delay on Saturday, gig workers, contractors and self-employed workers in Nevada can begin filing weekly claims for financial assistance online.
During a Friday morning press briefing, Heather Korbulic, director of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation, and Nevada Chief Economist David Schmidt addressed common issues among claimants.
Room-tax revenue scenarios for the financing of Allegiant Stadium’s construction are a little less frightening, thanks to fund sequencing strategies adopted long before construction workers put a shovel in the ground.
Virginia Valentine, president and CEO of the Nevada Resort Association, said Gov. Steve Sisolak’s announcement is “fantastic news” for Nevada’s gaming industry.
Hertz filed for bankruptcy protection Friday, unable to withstand the coronavirus pandemic that has crippled global travel and with it, the heavily indebted 102-year-old car rental company’s business.
The Raiders proceeds from sold out personal seat license sales at Allegiant Stadium continuing to smash original estimates with the latest total reported being $549 million.
Gov. Steve Sisolak plans a Tuesday news conference to announce Phase 2 of Nevada’s reopening, which may include casinos reopening on June 4.
Heather Korbulic, the director of the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation, said the payment system is slated to go live Saturday morning.
Despite releasing health and safety policies to put workers and guests at ease, Las Vegas casino operators aren’t leaning toward banning smoking in casinos.
Nevada’s unemployment rate reached 28.2 percent in April, according to the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.