Business Press Highlights
Dornin betting on office comeback

The commercial real estate market in Las Vegas is coming back in a big way from the depths of the Great Recession, and Dornin Investment Group is betting its investments in office space will catch the wave.

RTC steps on the (natural) gas

Out with the old and in with the new.

For once, behind a trend

For the past decade, the dramatic increase in “work-from-home” or telecommuting jobs has been the leading trend within the domestic workforce. However with Las Vegas and Clark County being based so heavily in the hotel and gaming industry, it is a trend that has been slower to develop here, for once putting the area behind a large national trend and not leading it. - See more at: http://businesspress.vegas/small-business/once-behind-trend#sthash.oMzrG2No.dpuf

Finding the sweet spot

Sun West Custom Homes President Daniel Coletti is proud to have learned the construction business from his mother, Cynthia, a female pioneer in a traditionally male-dominated arena.

LEGAL MANEUVERS

The face of the law industry in the Las Vegas Valley is unmistakable. Familiar local firms are disappearing. National firms are growing their Las Vegas footprint. Boutique firms are springing up as lawyers play a high-end game of musical chairs.
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