Let’s start today by acknowledging that in a Las Vegas calendar brimming with first-class conventions, the hedge fund guys really know how to do it right.
Scenes from what is unarguably the worst domestic-policy disaster of the last few decades:
The board of directors of the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance, a membership organization dedicated to expanding Southern Nevada’s economy and connectivity, unanimously approved a resolution supporting the proposed decadelong extension of Clark County’s fuel revenue indexing.
FedEx is set to help several small businesses make their next big move with the rollout of its fourth annual FedEx Small Business Grant Contest. Top prize is $25,000.
Even within the epic history of Las Vegas binges, the purchasing spree undertaken by “locals” casinos has been noteworthy.
The most difficult things for a company to manage are its image and customer expectations.
Because of incorrect information provided to the Business Press, the number of business and corporate attorneys for the Kling Law Offices on the list of Business and Corporate Law Firms in the May 9, 2016 issue was exagerated. The firm has two business and corporate attorneys and should have been ranked 25th, not tied for second.
Southern Nevada seniors in need will be fed, housed and trained to be self-sufficient due to a $100,000 grant from the Engelstad Family Foundation.
Ecochondriacs have moved beyond grandiosity. Beyond wishful thinking. And beyond economic ignorance. Now they’re just plain silly.