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New shareholder lawsuit filed against Wynn Resorts, directors

New shareholder lawsuit filed against Wynn Resorts, directors

Wynn Resorts co-founder Steve Wynn. (Charles Krupa/AP, File) Ten months after Steve Wynn stepped down as chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts Ltd., the company and its board of directors continue to face fresh shareholder lawsuits. A former Wynn Resorts shareholder filed a lawsuit in Clark County District Court Nov. […]

Steve Wynn lawsuit delays Massachusetts decision on Wynn Resorts

Steve Wynn lawsuit delays Massachusetts decision on Wynn Resorts

Outdoor terraces, which are part of the Grand Ballroom and meeting/event space, overlooking the Encore Harborwalk at Encore Boston Harbor in Everett, Mass., Aug. 24, 2018. The resort, scheduled to open in June, will have 671 rooms including 104 suites. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Boston Harbor in Everett, Mass., under […]

Michael Brown retiring as president of Barrick USA

Michael Brown retiring as president of Barrick USA

President of Barrick USA Michael Brown will retire Dec. 31. Catherine Raw, currently chief financial officer at Barrick, will take over responsibility for the company’s U.S. operations on Jan. 1. After 24 years with Barrick Gold Corp., president of Barrick USA, Michael Brown, will retire Dec. 31. Brown joined Barrick […]

Raising Cane’s to open first east Las Vegas location

Raising Cane’s to open first east Las Vegas location

Raising Cane‘s Chicken Fingers is seen at 1120 E. Flamingo in Las Vegas, Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014. (Jerry Henkel/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Fast-food chain Raising Cane’s is expanding to the east Las Vegas Valley. The Lousiana-based company known for its chicken fingers has begun construction on its 13th Las Vegas location […]

StartUpNV using federal grant to spark startup investment

StartUpNV using federal grant to spark startup investment

From left, Denis Phares, Colin Seale, and Jeff Saling speak at the Governor’s Conference on Business Oct. 18 at the Rio. (Buck Wargo/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Nonprofit startup incubator StartUpNV plans to launch an annual investor conference in Southern Nevada using a $300,000 federal grant. StartUpNV was one of 16 organizations […]

US companies begin to reveal large-scale layoff plans

US companies begin to reveal large-scale layoff plans

Veronica Arreguin, a personnel analyst with the Clark County School District, left, assists a potential job applicant during a hiring fair held by CCSD at Coronado High School in Henderson on Tuesday, March 20, 2018. Chase Stevens Las Vegas Review-Journal this June 21, 2018 file photo, a job applicant looks […]

Friends, employees remember Jerry Herbst at Las Vegas service

Friends, employees remember Jerry Herbst at Las Vegas service

A photo of Jerry Herbst on display during a public memorial service in his memory at the Terrible Herbst Employment Center in Las Vegas on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018. Herbst helped his family expand the Terrible Herbst company, moving to Las Vegas after he graduated from University of Southern California […]

Here‘s a snapshot of PE activity & deals so far this year

Here‘s a snapshot of PE activity & deals so far this year

.story-content span,.story-content p,.story-content div{color:#000!important;font-family:‘open sans‘,Arial!important;font-size:15px!important} span.p-content div[id^=”div-gpt”]{line-height:0;font-size:0} Sector-wise allocations The & Services attracted the most investments, accounting for 25% of the total investments. Banks and real estate stood second and third, attracting $2.5 billion (10%) and $2.4 billion (10%), respectively. Key deals last week There were 14 deals worth $191.47 […]