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The Cinderella story of downtown Las Vegas’ revitalization now has a Prince Charming, Mark Rowland.

Solar project brightens Paiute Tribe’s future

The national Reservation Economic Summit came to Las Vegas recently. Tribal leaders from across the U.S. explored a host of ideas from potential involvement with the marijuana industry to solar and wind energy and of course gaming.

Las Vegas gets boost as rules ease

Last fall, a 35-year-old restriction on commercial air service to Dallas’ Love Field was repealed, opening the door to new routes that have benefited Southwest Airlines, McCarran International Airport’s busiest air carrier.

Hospitality School expands

The International School of Hospitality caters to a different kind of student — one who wants to make stays and events memorable.

The school, tucked into an East Sunset Road office complex, offered only one course in conference management and event planning when it opened 10 years ago. But it has grown to include catering, wedding planning and hotel management. - See more at: http://businesspress.vegas/gaming-hospitality/school-hospitality-expands#sthash.CWGpPQ7x.dpuf

CEOs are sexy, dating site confirms

The sexiest position in America is CEO, according to a WhatsYourPrice.com study.
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