The housing market in Southern Nevada, for resale and new-home construction, is on a course to see an increase in activity in 2017.
The Las Vegas Strip has reopened now that the fireworks and 2016 are officially in the books. Now, it’s time to look forward and consider what this year might hold for the local banking industry.
“Build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door” is the often-quoted paraphrase of a Ralph Waldo Emerson passage. It is also the guiding principle for businesses — both large corporations and startups with only a handful of employees — who are hoping to strike gold in the ever-burgeoning tech industry.
Earnings season is almost upon us. Soon, our world will be filled with talk of revenue, income, EBITA, gross and net, assets, liabilities, one-time charges and various forms of returns (on sales or investment etc.)
An .850 average is hard to top whether it’s hitting a baseball or shooting a basketball, but a group of political, business, academic and other civic leaders hope to do that in the 2017 session of the Nevada Legislature.
A local group, built by power players such as Mark Fine and Irwin Molasky, is looking to carry downtown Las Vegas into the next chapter of its evolution.
Las Vegas’ median prices on existing single-family homes rose on an annual basis in December, while falling slightly from November’s average, data released by the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors in January showed.
Nevada State Sen. Mo Denis sponsored the legislation adopted in December in Hawaii by the National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators conference. The resolution encourages policy makers across the country to focus on solutions that ensure low-income and minority communities can benefit from solar and clean energy, Denis said.
The skies of remote southeastern Henderson may soon be filled with the high-pitched din that tends to accompany a mass invasion of locust or cicadas. And that would be music to the ears of city and state planners.