In The News: William F. Harrah College of Hospitality
Can we think outside the (takeout) box?
State gaming regulators will review the impact the Justice Department’s new interpretation of the Wire Act will have on the industry in Nevada.
Alexa, where are you?
Las Vegas was the global capital of smart home and hospitality technology when CES took over the Strip in early January.
After a decade in which Las Vegas rose from the depths of the Great Recession to a full recovery, this is an opportune time to look at our future and our immediate past.
Gambling comes with a lot of superstition. Maybe you have to wear your lucky socks or bring your lucky friend or bet your lucky numbers.
Long-struggling SLS Las Vegas has finally turned profitable as new owner Alex Meruelo invests more than the initially planned $100 million to revive the Strip property.
Baccarat is a card game played in Sin City that attracts some of the casinos’ highest rollers. It’s popular among moneyed foreigners, particularly those traveling from Asia.
Flashback about a decade ago to the dark days during the recession. The powers that be at UNLV were faced with difficult decisions, among them, what curriculums needed to be slashed to balance the budget.
While the number of visitors to Las Vegas likely fell slightly last year, the number of people staying at local Airbnb accommodations jumped nearly 50 percent.
Computerized automation has been replacing people in jobs across the U.S. for years. But could automation replace as many as 65 percent of jobs in the Las Vegas service industry over the next 20 years? And should workers be concerned about that possibility?
When the MGM Grand opened 25 years ago Tuesday, it was the largest hotel in the world and launched an era of growth that forever changed Southern Nevada.
The new Harrah College of Hospitality building on the University of Nevada, Las Vegas campus features glass on the façade and throughout the interior spaces, allowing light to brighten the learning environment. USGlass spoke with representatives of companies involved in the project from design to installation.