The history of the Las Vegas Strip is the history of how we vacation

May 15, 2017
The evolution of the Strip's architecture reflects how U.S. leisure trends have changed in the last several decades.
Neon signs advertising casinos and clubs on Fremont Street in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Goldman Sachs pulls out of Las Vegas stadium deal with Raiders

Feb 1, 2017
The Oakland Raiders’ plan to move to Las Vegas is falling apart. First, casino mogul Sheldon Adelson said he would no longer help finance the $1.9 billion relocation. Then, Wall Street powerhouse Goldman Sachs backed out. Sports business experts explain how locking down money for team relocations can be tricky. Click the above audio player […]

A look at a Las Vegas gun shop's sales

Feb 19, 2016
A Bloomberg reporter talks about his time behind the counter and 'fear marketing.'
Gun sales are up nationwide; a third of U.S. households owns some kind of firearm.
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Like Angry Birds, but for money

Nov 27, 2015
Millennials don't like gambling. But they do like games.

The business behind the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight

Apr 24, 2015
Years in the making, the match is set to bring in some serious cash.

For one Vegas sports book, it's anyone but Kentucky

Apr 3, 2015
William Hill sports book is on the hook if Kentucky goes undefeated.

Local mismanagement, dry conditions causing a global freshwater crisis

Aug 8, 2014
The drought is impacting more than just water.

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The meta-convention: a trade show for trade shows

Mar 18, 2014
The trade show and convention industry has bounced back from the recession.

Las Vegas: A look at housing in Sin City

Feb 15, 2013
Last month, Las Vegas dropped to No. 6 on RealtyTrac's list of cities burdened by foreclosures. What's behind the shifting market in Sin City?

Latino entrepreneur adapts to survive in Las Vegas

Feb 3, 2012
The Latino population in Las Vegas has increased dramatically over the last two decades. But Latino business ownership hasn't kept pace.