Thirteen firms with plans to relocate or expand their operations in Southern Nevada, received a combined $45.1 million in tax incentives from the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
Subrina Hudson joined the Review-Journal in August 2019 after covering automotive, retail and advertising for the Orange County Business Journal. She has also worked for The Real Deal and Los Angeles Business Journal. The Los Angeles native has a master's in journalism from the University of Southern California and a bachelor's in journalism from Boston University.
Many retailers are announcing plans to hire thousands of seasonal employees for the holidays, but some are opting to offer more hours to current employees.
Southern Nevadans looking for a new job or a career change can visit an online job portal launched Wednesday by the Vegas Chamber.
Registered nurses in Nevada and California ratified a four-year contract with Dignity Health giving them a wage increase and additional safety protections
Boxabl CEO says the North Las Vegas company has figured out how to construct small homes in a factory setting by taking a cue from the auto industry — mass-producing homes on an assembly line.
Auric Symphony Park apartment complex will hold its grand opening Tuesday afternoon in downtown Las Vegas.
The recently renovated western Las Vegas apartment complex Fifty101 traded hands in a $21.5 million deal announced Friday.
StartUpNV launched a platform Thursday in partnership with the city of Las Vegas to offer a list of Las Vegas-based startups with data such as funding rounds and valuation.
Southern Nevadans facing an eviction or foreclosure will be able to receive help next week through an online webinar hosted by real estate firm Homie.
Amazon announced Thursday it would invest $1.2 billion by 2025 into expanding a program that gives education and skills training benefits to thousands of its U.S. employees.
The collective bargaining contract with HCA Healthcare covers 960 registered nurses at MountainView Hospital in Las Vegas, and includes raises and additional health and safety protections.
Eric Riccardi has survived a year without receiving his unemployment benefits, but it cost him his savings and the recent sale of his rental property, which was to be his retirement income.
Downtown Summerlin announced Wednesday that several new stores and restaurants have opened at the outdoor shopping center.