A lounge that has used ice sculptures of guns and computers for corporate events will open its third Strip location before July.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average .DJI declined 0.03 percent to end at 20,661.3 points, while the S&P 500 .SPX gained 0.19 percent to 2,348.45.The Nasdaq Composite .IXIC added 0.48 percent to 5,821.64.
Nevada women who own small businesses are missing out on millions of federal dollars, data show.
Sears Holdings Corp’s (SHLD.O) shares tumbled as much as 16 percent on Wednesday as bondholders and investors questioned how long the retailer could remain in business after it flagged doubts that it could continue as a going concern.
U.S. home resales fell more than expected in February amid a persistent shortage of houses on the market that is pushing up prices and sidelining prospective buyers.
U.S. securities regulators moved on Wednesday to modernize regulations that require stock and bond trades to settle within three business days, a step the industry has urged the government to take for years.
Sheldon Adelson remains the richest man in Las Vegas and ranks 20th among billionaires worldwide.
An overhaul of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is highly unlikely to make it into this year’s legislative calendar, Congressional staffers say, possibly shifting the new administration’s immediate focus to allowing the mortgage financing institutions’ to rebuild depleted capital.
Business sentiment at Asia’s top companies rose to its highest in almost two years in the first quarter of 2017, buoyed by positive economic signs from the United States and China that underpinned improved global demand, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey showed.
Uber Technologies Inc plans to keep co-founder Travis Kalanick as chief executive following a series of damaging events at the ride services company, a member of its board said on Tuesday in a rare call with reporters.
British lawmakers have written to Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) seeking more answers from the German carmaker over the diesel emissions scandal, after criticizing the firm for failing to adequately respond to their queries so far.
Dutch paints and coatings maker Akzo Nobel (AKZO.AS) rejected a second takeover proposal from U.S. rival PPG Industries (PPG.N) on Wednesday, saying an improved 22.4 billion euro ($24.1 billion) offer was still too low and too risky.
Protectionist trade policies may increase, rather than reduce, a country’s trade deficit, the European Central Bank said in a study on Wednesday, just days after finance chiefs of the world’s top 20 economies dropped their pledge for open trade.
Some of China’s largest food suppliers have pulled Brazilian beef and poultry from their shelves in the first concrete sign that a deepening scandal over Brazil’s meat processing industry is hitting business in its top export market. Graphic: tmsnrt.rs/2o3yvWW
The heads of Britain’s top 100 listed companies earn on average almost 400 times more than a worker on the minimum wage, according to analysis that will add fuel to the fire of a debate about inequality in the country.
The steepest pullback in stocks since the U.S. presidential election reveals investor angst about President Donald Trump’s ability to push through major reforms, leaving stocks vulnerable to a long-anticipated correction.
U.S. banks should not cut ties with foreign clients over money- laundering worries unless officials have concrete cause for concern, a leading U.S. regulator is telling staff and lenders.
Shares in U.S. banks tumbled on Tuesday as investors shrunk back from a post-election rally on worries that President Donald Trump would not be able to live up to his promises for large-scale relief on tax and regulation.
Lending in the U.S. by foreign banks has started to contract.
Before moviegoers visit another galaxy far, far away later this year, Boulevard Mall will finish a project with another kind of Galaxy.
Marriott International Inc (MAR.O) said on Tuesday it planned to add up to 300,000 rooms worldwide by 2019, as part of a three-year growth plan, ahead of the No. 1 hotel chain’s investor day.
Goldman Sachs will begin moving hundreds of people out of London before any Brexit deal is struck as part of its contingency plans for Britain leaving the European Union, the Wall Street firm’s Europe CEO said.
Google (GOOGL.O) vowed on Tuesday to police its websites better by ramping up staff numbers and overhauling its policies after several companies deserted the internet giant for failing to keep their adverts off hate-filled videos.
General Mills Inc (GIS.N) reported its seventh straight quarterly sales decline on Tuesday, hurt by weak demand for its yogurt and baking products, as the company discounted less amid pricing competition in the United States.
Porsche SE (PSHG_p.DE), Volkswagen’s majority shareholder, said it has no information about former VW chairman Ferdinand Piech’s talks with the carmaker’s controlling families about a possible sale of his stake.
Apple Inc (AAPL.O) chief executive Tim Cook paid a visit to Chinese bike-sharing company ofo on Tuesday, as the country’s ride-sharing start-ups fight aggressively for investor dollars and market share.
Hyundai Motor Co (005380.KS) shares gained the most in over five-and-a-half years on Tuesday on speculation that its parent group, controlled by Chairman Chung Mong-koo, will reorganize its ownership structure.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc, the world’s largest retailer, will launch its first investment arm to expand its e-commerce business in partnership with retail start-ups, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs, the company said on Monday.
Westinghouse Electric Co LLC, the nuclear power plant developer owned by Japanese electronics company Toshiba Corp (6502.T), is taking offers for a financing package to help it go through U.S. bankruptcy, people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
Microsoft Corp and Adobe Systems Inc are joining to make their respective sales and marketing software products more potent competitors to Salesforce.com Inc and Oracle Corp offerings, the two firms said Monday.
The Federal Reserve is on track to raise interest rates twice more this year after a policy tightening last week, and it could be more or less aggressive depending on inflation and fiscal policies from the Trump administration, a Fed rate-setter said on Monday.
Snap Inc (SNAP.N) stock rose on Monday after the Snapchat owner received its first “buy” rating from a Wall Street analyst following a $3.4 billion public listing this month that raised the eyebrows of many on Wall Street.
Ride services company Uber Technologies Inc has been thrust deeper into turmoil with the departure of company president Jeff Jones, a marketing expert hired to help soften its often abrasive image.
China’s government has been seeking advice from its think-tanks and policy advisers on how to counter potential trade penalties from U.S. President Donald Trump, getting ready for the worst, even as they hope for business-like negotiations.
France’s consumer fraud watchdog said on Monday it had closed its investigation into diesel emissions by Opel cars and would take no further action against the General Motors brand.
Grocery business Albertsons Cos held preliminary talks to merge with Sprouts Farmers Market Inc (SFM.O), Bloomberg reported on Sunday, citing people familiar with the situation.
Wary of their first official encounter with U.S. President Donald Trump’s blustery trade agenda, the world’s top finance officials were relieved to find new Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin polite and business-like over the weekend.
U.S. electronic payments company MoneyGram International Inc (MGI.O) has offered to share confidential information with peer Euronet Worldwide Inc (EEFT.O), after the latter made a $1 billion acquisition offer, people familiar with the matter said.
UBS (UBSG.S) and its French subsidiary face a trial in France after authorities laid out charges against the Swiss bank, marking an escalation of a long-running probe into allegations they helped wealthy clients avoid taxes.
Saudi King Salman’s lavish tour of Asia, arriving in each country on a golden escalator with 400 tonnes of luggage, had a hardnosed marketing mission – to cement the kingdom’s place as leading oil supplier to the world’s biggest consumer region.
The 94-year-old founder of Lotte Group, South Korea’s fifth-largest conglomerate, threw his cane to the floor of a court on Monday and demanded to know where he was on the first day of a trial of him and family members.
Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) is preparing a 6 billion pound ($7.44 billion) sale of some of its food brands, British newspapers reported on Saturday.
The failure of the world’s financial leaders to agree on resisting protectionism and support free trade marks a setback in the G20 process and poses a risk for growth of export-driven economies such as host Germany, economists said on Sunday.
In a meeting that some said was at times 19 against one, the U.S. did not yield on key issues, essentially torpedoing earlier agreements as the G20 requires a consensus.
Walker Furniture has formally announced plans to build a store in southwest Las Vegas.
U.S. President Donald Trump says he wants to build dozens of new warships in one of the biggest peace-time expansions of the U.S. Navy. But interviews with ship-builders, unions and a review of public and internal documents show major obstacles to that plan.
The Japanese government said it was not considering steps to support embattled Toshiba Corp (6502.T) and will share information with Washington on developments involving the firm and its U.S. nuclear unit Westinghouse.
Chinese technology conglomerate LeEco is looking to sell a 49-acre U.S. Silicon Valley property less than a year after buying it from Yahoo Inc, sources said, in what is the latest effort by the firm to ride out a cash crunch.
Social media companies Facebook Inc, Alphabet Inc and Twitter Inc will have to amend their terms of service for European users within a month or face the risk of fines, a European Commission official said on Friday.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc (CMG.N) said on Friday four of its 12 directors would not stand for re-election to the burrito chain’s board at its shareholder meeting in May.
Tiffany & Co (TIF.N) reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter profit, helped by strong demand for its jewelry in Japan and China as well as price hikes and lower costs.
A South Korean court said on Friday it has reassigned Samsung Group chief Jay Y. Lee’s bribery trial to another judge, following questions about the previous judge’s connection to a woman Lee is accused of bribing.