The Fred and Harriet Cox Senior Design Competition is the showcase event for undergraduates from the Howard R. Hughes School of Engineering at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
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Nevada is moving forward with implementing recreational marijuana operations by July 1, while protections for operators at the federal level increase on the medical side. But not recreational.
Nevada employers will find a new Supreme Court justice to their liking and see labor and employment laws curtailed under the Trump Administration, according to labor lawyers.
The onslaught of out-of-state firms opening offices in Nevada may be on the rise once again.
A builder self-certification program has been implemented by the city of North Las Vegas with the goal of significantly accelerating construction plan review processes.
Nevada’s large employers could see a change in how they manage sick leave for their employees if legislation passes through the Nevada Assembly this session.
Nevada is making strides when it comes to economic diversification, but there is plenty more to do, according to Steve Hill, executive director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
The Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce is carving out a path to trade with Mexico for its membership — though the future seems uncertain as President Donald Trump threatens to pull the plug or drastically alter existing trade deals.
Seven local high school robotics teams battled each other and 39 other challengers in an arena April 8 at Cashman Center, for a chance to showcase their robot designs on a global stage.
Not only are Las Vegas businesses more optimistic about the Southern Nevada and U.S. economies, but a UNLV economics professor said the trends are heading in a positive direction for continued growth.
Seven Nevada entrepreneurs have been singled out by the U.S. Small Business Administration for specific awards. SBA and Vegas PBS will recognize them during the 2017 SBA National Small Business Week luncheon to be held 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 4 at the Gold Coast, 4000 W. Flamingo Road. Individual tickets are $60. For more information, contact Summer Collins, Vegas PBS, at 702-799-1010, ext. 5363 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
This year, the Las Vegas Business Press staff has chosen to hold one big awards ceremony, inviting all industries to come together to celebrate the burgeoning innovation of our state.
Opposition from the leadership of several law firms in Clark County and across the nation is growing against President Donald Trump’s budget proposal calling for the elimination of funding for Legal Services Corp. — an entity that helps some of the poorest individuals in the country with various legal issues.
The 2017 Glass Craft and Bead Expo brought together 7,000 professionals and enthusiasts at the South Point , March 29 to April 2.
The Nevada National Security Site (NNSS), once known as the Nevada Test Site, has a long history of exploring innovative technology and attracting high-grade members of the scientific community. At the end of March, several scientists and engineers at NNSS were recognized as “Distinguished” for their work at the site.
For the second consecutive year and its second event, Shoptalk was held March 19-22 at the Aria Convention Center. The event is a platform for evolving ecommerce technologies, focusing on how consumers learn about and buy goods and services online.
More than 100 women lined up along a sidewalk at The District at Green Valley Ranch for the March 10 grand opening of Soft Surroundings, an upscale women’s clothing store.
Communications professionals from across the nation converged on the Las Vegas Convention Center’s south hall at the end of March to see the latest communications technology the industry has on the market and in the works.
In a reflection of the continued recovery of the Las Vegas housing market, Walker Furniture has acquired 14 acres adjacent to IKEA to open a second superstore in the valley.
People who deal with visual impairments prove remarkably resilient and adaptable, but for many, having the services of a guide dog is critical for meeting challenges in the professional world and broader society, according to Susan Neff, major gifts officer for the Guide Dogs for the Blind Southwest region.
This month, the Moapa Band of Paiutes turned on the switch to a new era of renewable energy emerging from their tribal lands, while sharing their vision of Nevada’s solar-powered future.
Employees at Hyperloop One are hoping for a “Kitty Hawk moment” of their own when their company launches its first test of a high-speed pod that can accelerate and glide on waves of opposing electromagnetic fields.
On March 9 at the Rio, Green Chips held its ninth annual Convene for Green Conference with panel discussions about past community successes and future needs.
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