A quote from U.S. Sen. Harry Reid has had me grinning the past few days.
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.
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.
I’ve been going back and forth on this Labor Department proposal that would change overtime rules.
ISIS? The Russians? Iran? The Chinese? Invaders from Zeta Reticuli?
The deadline for submitting nominations for the Business Press Green Awards program is June 10.
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.
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: