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Current Business News
After a devastating hit to the local economy in 2020 and rapid growth in 2021, UNLV economists forecast a bright future - if pandemic conditions continue to improve.
A collection of news stories featuring stargazing and change at UNLV.
Nov. 9 event to provide economic forecast for 2022 along with in-depth analysis about what’s to come for Southern Nevada.
UNLV Incubator at Hughes Center will help students bridge the gap between a big idea and a marketable business.
UNLV undergrad Mary Blankenship blends public policy, science, and economics into a cocktail for successful global change.
A collection of news stories highlighting community and perseverance at UNLV.
Business In The News
Democratic activist Stacey Abrams announced this week that she will once again seek to become governor of Georgia, with recent polls suggesting a tough race ahead in 2022.
The pandemic put a lot of people out of work, which meant a lot of people did not know where their next meal would come from. Now that more people are back to work, inflation means food is costing a lot.
Rising food and transportation costs are hitting food banks and pantries in Southern Nevada, as the nonprofits deal with the effects of supply chain disruptions while balancing their unprecedented use in the last 18 months.
In the more than six weeks since the chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education complained that leaders of the Board of Regents had created a hostile workplace environment, the system has continued to operate with no outward signs of the strife taking place behind closed doors.
What started as a watering hole in the middle of the Mojave Desert has become one of the fastest-growing communities in the United States. People living here say it’s easy to understand why.
As Las Vegas’ McCarran Airport welcomed the first transatlantic visitors in 20 months this week, a new report predicts that visitation next year will be close to pre-pandemic levels. In 2023, they could well surpass them, the report suggests.