Nonprofits nationwide and in Nevada are calling on supporters to be charitable with their time, goods and funds for Giving Tuesday next week.
With online shopping trumping in-store retail this holiday season, cybercriminals will have no shortage of potential victims to target. And they’ve only gotten smarter and more nefarious over the past year.
More than 250,000 people attended the Cowboy Christmas gift show in 2019. Now, after a year’s hiatus, organizers are expecting another promising turnout.
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.
Shipping agencies recommend getting a head start on mailing packages for what’s expected to be as busy or busier than last year’s holiday season.
Annual procurement for holiday food drives begins months in advance for Three Square food bank. The operation crosses several states and involves hundreds of helping hands.
Faced with the rising cost of goods and freight, discount retail chain Dollar Tree said it will be raising its prices to $1.25 for the majority of its products.
New court filings show that Jennifer “Mimi” Pham and her boyfriend are seeking hundreds of millions of dollars because of business deals the trio entered.
The lawsuit filed by nine anonymous women against Steve Wynn and Wynn Resorts that was dismissed in 2020 can go forward after a ruling by the Court of Appeals.
State officials are hosting a job fair early next month that’s expected to draw more than 110 employers hiring for more than 10,000 open positions.
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.
Builders logged 848 net sales in October, the lowest monthly tally since November 2020, though buyer traffic “has remained steady.”
A Texas-based travel, fitness and wellness company filed a creditor’s claim against Tony Hsieh’s estate on Monday, seeking more than $8.7 million.
Allied Esports Entertainment, which owns HyperX Esports Arena on the Strip, is one step closer to selling off its esports business, company executives said Monday.