When a family-owned Wilmington, Delaware sandwich shop named Capriotti’s opened for business in a previously boarded-up store in 1976, it took 12 years before a second location was added. The company, which now has 102 locations, is launching a targeted, nationwide expansion that is expected to increase the number of shops fivefold.
Major League Soccer is adding two expansion clubs in 2017 — Atlanta United and Minnesota United — and officials announced last year that they soon plan to further expand by four clubs – to a total of 28. But is Las Vegas even in consideration to be among them?
Strip headliner Claire Sinclair of the show “Pin Up” at the Stratosphere, whose show is coming to a close March 4, is heading for fame on a different kind. Sinclair will be heading to the “Shark Tank” at the end of March in the hopes of making a deal to expand on a themed bed and breakfast concept that she’s been putting together in downtown Las Vegas nationwide.
It’s been in the air for much of the past year, and as many of the some-feared and some-promised changes have happened around us, those health care business owners who rely on insurance reimbursement wait with bated breath for a sign of what’s to come. The Trump Administration has promised, via stump speech and now executive order, the rapid repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), but what is simple to say is often far more difficult to accomplish.
The Las Vegas high-rise condo market is on the rebound. The market was hard hit with the onset of the Great Recession a decade ago that kept many prospective buyers from closing on sales as financing dried up and some who did buy suffered foreclosures.
The Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors’ recent housing market analysis reported a jump in the median home price for an existing single-family home in the valley. Leadership at the agency said the increase in January is a rare occurrence.
The Nevada economy is poised for a breakthrough in 2017 after showing it has emerged from the depths of the Great Recession, according to a Wells Fargo senior economist.
While the debate and legal challenges continue over the reorganization of the Clark County School District, many business and other civic leaders are focused on one thing: Is this going to create a better workforce as part of an effort to diversify the economy.
Days after Gov. Brian Sandoval proposed spending $115 million on higher education, the College of Southern Nevada released a study saying the region’s three community college campuses are a worthy investment.