Company fired in Ohio wins food services contract for Las Vegas facilities
A company that was fired by convention center officials in Columbus, Ohio, received unanimous support by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority on Monday and will become the new food service contractor for the Convention Center and Cashman Field next year .
Domestic carmaker cracks top three in Consumer Reports’ auto reliability survey for first time
Lexus, Toyota and Buick are the most reliable brands in Consumer Reports’ latest survey, a reward for their conservative approach to new technology. Buick — General Motors Co.’s near-luxury marque — is the first domestic brand to crack the top three since the magazine began tracking vehicle reliability in the early 1980s.
Many gift cards, hotel key cards made in Southern Nevada
Have a Starbucks card in your wallet? Chances are it was produced out of a facility in Southern Nevada. Same goes for your hotel key cards. And it may even be the case for your credit and debit cards.
London developer rescinds Moulin Rouge development offer
The excitement for what seemed to possibly be a final redevelopment attempt of the Moulin Rouge site is gone even faster than it came. A London-based developer who had offered to redevelop the site appears to have withdrawn from the project.
Judge OKs $15B settlement against Volkswagen over emissions scandal
A federal judge in San Francisco has approved a $15 billion court settlement of most claims against Volkswagen for its emissions-cheating scandal.
Las Vegas builders selling more houses, but prices barely budge, report shows
Las Vegas builders are selling more houses and pulling more permits than they were last year, though prices are up only slightly, a new report shows.
Canadian firm buys Las Vegas apartment complex for $53.6M
A Canadian real estate firm has acquired a Las Vegas apartment complex, the latest lucrative deal for the valley’s multifamily sector.