Stratosphere owner American Casino &Entertainment Properties LLC reported quarterly increases in net revenue and net income, driven by higher slot revenue, hotel occupancy, average daily room rates and average revenue per food cover.
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A promising new chapter is ahead for Southern Nevadans who, for the first time in their lives, have stable housing and the keys to their own apartments. The first keys were presented to former foster children during a ceremony June 1 at Olive Crest’s Project Independence facility. The presentation featured housewarming gifts, living room and bedroom furniture donations from Best Mattress, tours of the new residents’ living quarters and remarks from Olive Crest and Bank of America executives.
“I am tired of talking about the recession! The recession is over, and Las Vegas is moving forward.”
The Heritage Foundation has compiled a convincing case for the next president to assault the many follies of federal “science.”
We seem to be at a particularly delicate time in the history of American business.
Pedestrians traveling along the Fremont Street Experience have long been entertained by the nightly light show and rows of casinos and shops.
“For nearly 40 years, Nevada ranked at or near the bottom of all 50 states and most territories in getting back federal tax dollars that its residents and businesses send to Washington, D.C.,” Miles Dickson, principal at The JABarrett Co. told the Nevada Corporate Giving Council luncheon June 10.
We stand on the precipice of a brave new world — Las Vegas as a pro sports town.
If you’re an economic and/or tax refugee who’s fled New Jersey, Illinois, or Connecticut, here’s some advice.
As a result of incorrect indexing by the Securities and Exchange Commission, Golden Entertainment was left off our list of Publicly Reporting Companies in the May 30 issue. The company had gross revenue of $185.9 million and net income of $24.5 million for the fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2105 and should have been ranked 16th.
PENTA Building Group raised $120,000 for three Southern Nevada nonprofit organizations during its recent 12th annual Charity Golf Classic at Revere Golf Club.
A major sporting tournament’s debut in March 2017 could add to Las Vegas’ flow of incoming national and international clientele and compound the already bubbling occupancy rates the city averages during that time of year.
When you think about all the things that attract tourists to Las Vegas, a sustainability exhibit is probably not on the top of the list. In fact, it’s a bet that the vast majority of the 42 million tourists who visit each year don’t give a thought about recycling the beer and wine bottles after the precious liquid is consumed.
A quote from U.S. Sen. Harry Reid has had me grinning the past few days.
Every week, I check in with my good friend astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson to find out what’s going on in the changing universe.
Crave Interactive Ltd., a United Kingdom-based tech developer of in-room tablets for hotels, is expanding its operations to Las Vegas by opening an office in the city, according to a press release.
The deadline for submitting nominations for the Business Press Green Awards program is June 10.
ISIS? The Russians? Iran? The Chinese? Invaders from Zeta Reticuli?
I’ve been going back and forth on this Labor Department proposal that would change overtime rules.
In the May 23 Snapshot of restaurateur Chipper Pastron, the name of one of his first casino connections was misstated. It was Mike Ensign. Also, when Pastron was 17, he was at Gladstone’s restaurant which was doing $14 million in sales.
For the first time, the Public Education Foundation has awarded more than $1 million in a single year through its Scholarship Program to students seeking a post-secondary education. A total of 630 scholarships were awarded, the most in the program’s history.
A short holiday week seems a good time for some short takes:
Having grown up in the flat heartland of the country, I feel sorry for my son.