Valley Bank of Nevada’s James York talks golf and economy
Like the queen from “Snow White” standing before her mirror, many business owners find themselves consulting the oracles of various economic indexes.
A Chattanooga, Tennessee-based moving company has been storming the national market, including Las Vegas, with its technology-oriented, on-demand concept that connects individuals and families that need help moving with college students who are looking to make some extra cash.
Known for a culture of caring, Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada (VMSN) recently expanded its services for those without health insurance.
The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges elected Barrick Gold USA President Michael J. Brown to its board of directors. Brown brings a wealth of business experience, a proven business track record and a commitment to civic activism.
The 2016 International Drone Conference and Exposition at Paris Las Vegas this month showcased advanced flying machines featuring multiple sensors, camera servo systems, and intelligent robotics integrated into Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
Last week I was in California working on a client project and shared a story with the management team about Ivy Lee and Charles Schwab. The client’s chief executive said that story affected him significantly and he was going to begin using the principle immediately. I thought I would share the story here.
Anyone who has lived in Las Vegas more than 30 years has seen a lot of changes, not only along the tourist corridors of the Las Vegas Strip and Downtown’s Glitter Gulch, but the neighborhoods and side streets as well. Spring Mountain Road, which starts at Las Vegas Boulevard and heads west to Hualapai Way, is one of those major streets that have seen dramatic change both visually and culturally.