An investor’s strides to right a once-failing Las Vegas-based public company are paying off.
When I grow up, I want to be a CIO (Chief Innovation Officer).
In Nevada, under the general rule, if you want electric service, there is only one utility provider for you. Electric utilities here enjoy a monopolistic service territory, where one electric company exclusively provides all of the electric service to all customers within a certificated service territory.
A North Las Vegas-based manufacturer of electric-powered all-terrain vehicles, utility terrain vehicles and police mobility vehicles recently mapped several inroads to increasing its international presence.
Torian J. Duncan is the founder and CEO of HELPP LLC, developer of a new app that launched June 8 and received 15,000 downloads in the first five days. The concept is akin to crowdsourcing meets Dear Abby.
Jeff Saffer and Vicki Burnett became entrepreneurs out of necessity.
Every week, I check in with my good friend astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson to find out what’s going on in the changing universe.
While the new EMV chip credit and debit cards are struggling for implementation, a new technology is beginning to replace the use of the actual plastic credit card altogether.
With all of its lights and sounds, Las Vegas is a perfect fit for the largest audio visual technology trade show in the Western Hemisphere, InfoComm 2016, which is being held through Friday at the Las Vegas Convention Center’s Central and North halls.