After a month of slight declines, loan delinquencies involving local commercial properties ticked up slightly in the first month of the year.
Managing a stock portfolio can be tricky, and risky. But it’s a class activity for finance students in the Rebel Investment Group at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ Lee Business School.
First Security Bank of Nevada CEO and President John Sullivan has left the community lender, an annual earnings statement shows. The locally owned bank, with one branch, gave no reason for Sullivan’s departure on Feb. 27.
When most Nevadans hear the letters ‘NRA,’ they usually think of gun enthusiasts and their highly-publicized political stances, not the Nevada Resort Association, the vital voice of the state’s gaming and resort industry that is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.