Independent presidential candidate Roque De La Fuente requested and paid for the ballot recounts of five counties in Nevada. He said in a statement that his sole interest is to create awareness on the election system.
Nevada Senate approves the stadiium funding deal with 16-5 vote. Next step will be the Nevada General Assembly.
Solar panel provider SolarCity has sold $235 million in asset-backed securities (ABS) market this year. The number is a record high despite a steep drop of the company's shares in stock market.
Las Vegas city cabs have overcharged the customers by a whopping $47 million, the findings reveal. The root cause of this extortion lies in its ridiculously high $3 credit card processing fees along with a hike in fuel surcharge. Long-hauling is also an added factor in duping particularly the tourists. The auditors have slammed some pretty harsh recommendations on the Nevada Taxicab Authority which regulates all Clark County cabs.
Intel’s Radar Pace Technology has been successfully incorporated in Oakley branded smart glasses, are capable of analyzing athletic performances and coaching thereto. The glasses have been represented before the audience of Consumer Electronics Show, 2016. Unlike Google Glass, the Radar Pace technology instructs the wearer doing everything just by talking.
Ride sharing app Lyft has conquered Las Vegas as the car service is now available at the McCarran Airport. Hail as the first ride sharing car service to establish at the said new location, Lyft has snatched the first-based spot from their competitor, Uber.
Tesla Motors quietly secured permits to modify a former Chrysler facility in California and is hiring 32 workers for the said facility, according to a Bloomberg report published last week.
While news have already spread about Google's plan to bring the Internet to more people using high-altitude balloons in its "Project Loon" initiative, the search giant has finally started testing the solar-powered balloons over Nevada.
Kansas, US-based broadband infrastructure investor Rural Broadband Investments LLC snapped up the cable system catering to Poplar Bluff, Missouri, for an undisclosed amount to provide people with better cable and internet services.
Bukit Batok Crescent, Singapore-based fruit and produce firm Sunmoon Food Company has agreed to buy $250,000 (S$317,200) worth of stocks in Nevada, US-based beverage company True Drinks Holdings at $4 apiece.
Medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries in Las Vegas, US are increasingly turning to venture capitalists for seed money due to lack of loan sources, as the drug is deemed illegal by the federal government.
US-based utilities MidAmerican Energy holdings Co and NV Energy completed their merger after gaining state and federal approvals fro
A study by The Institute for College Access and Success found that America's class of 2012 graduated with an average of USD29,400 in student loan debt. Student debt levels, however, varies according to state and geographical regions.
Canadian large-scale gold mining companies Barrick Gold and Goldcorp have separately hired banks to explore the sale of their jointly owned Marigold mine in Nevada.
Because of findings by gaming authorities as to alleged Russian mob ties, Caesars Entertainment drops Ganesvoort Hotel from its partner-investors listings.
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