Nevada’s employment office reported the state added 2,600 jobs in November and its unemployment rate is 6.8 percent, down 0.4 from October.
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.
The supermarket said it would be allowing employees to spend time with family by temporarily closing on Dec. 25.
United Healthcare Insurance Co., one of the country’s largest health insurers, must pay $60 million to a group of Nevada out-of-network emergency medical providers, a jury decided Tuesday.
Popular Japanese discount store Daiso will host a late December grand opening to celebrate the debut of its first Las Vegas store with some customers eligible for a goodie bag.
The Nike Live concept store is the first one to open in the Las Vegas area and part of a larger push by the retail giant to establish smaller-format stores.
Nine firms, including six in Southern Nevada, were awarded $12 million in state tax incentives to create 469 jobs in two years — a figure that could grow to 735 jobs in five years.
The Retail Association of Nevada said retail sales should climb to a whopping $5.5 billion this holiday season even though shoppers spent less over Thanksgiving weekend.
Excitement is high among local small businesses for Small Business Saturday and the holiday shopping season in general as many look to recover from a tumultuous year.
Popular Japanese discount store Daiso plans to open three locations in the Las Vegas Valley, making its debut in Nevada as part of a broader plan to expand its store count in the U.S.
An estimated 1.6 million Nevadans are expected to hit the checkout line over the five-day Thanksgiving long weekend that includes Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, according to the Retail Association of Nevada.
Sustainable packaging manufacturer Evanesce announced it plans to open a 114,000-square-foot facility in North Las Vegas.
Popular eyewear brand Warby Parker has expanded its presence in Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has launched a marketing campaign to encourage couples looking for a wedding destination to say “I do” in Las Vegas.