In The News: Lee Business School

TheBrokerList
January 14, 2022

The UNLV Lied Institute for Real Estate Studies established a Mentor/Mentee program to guide interested students toward careers in real estate.

MDL Group
January 10, 2022

The UNLV Lied Institute for Real Estate Studies established a Mentor/Mentee program to guide interested students toward careers in real estate.

KSNV-TV: News 3
January 10, 2022

UNLV Economics Professor Stephen Miller says it shows a shift in the market.

EIN Presswire
January 3, 2022

The platform is focused on helping individuals, leaders, and organizations to cultivate spiritually and achieve goals.

Las Vegas Review Journal
December 30, 2021

The Board of Regents for Nevada’s higher education system could decide Thursday to overturn a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for employees, one day before nearly 550 workers who didn’t comply with the mandate face possible firing.

Newsweek
December 27, 2021

KFC was slammed on TikTok after touting an $11 per hour supervisor job at a Las Vegas drive-thru window amid a national labor shortage and a debate about minimum wage.

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
December 15, 2021

A Las Vegas valley family is grateful after recovering their taco truck, which was stolen. It was all thanks to a tip from the public.

The Nevada Independent
December 13, 2021

Certainly, anyone who recently filled up a gas tank (up 49.6 percent from a year ago), bought a Thanksgiving turkey (up 24 percent), or did a little holiday shopping this past month (up 5 to 17 percent) is feeling the pinch of rapidly rising prices.

The Nevada Independent
December 13, 2021

Certainly, anyone who recently filled up a gas tank (up 49.6 percent from a year ago), bought a Thanksgiving turkey (up 24 percent), or did a little holiday shopping this past month (up 5 to 17 percent) is feeling the pinch of rapidly rising prices.

Eminetra
December 13, 2021

Karla and Eileen Enriquez are calling on the Las Vegas community to find the missing food truck.

U.S. News & World Report
December 13, 2021

Two Las Vegas sisters say the food truck they operate to help pay for school and gain real world business experience has been stolen.

Associated Press
December 13, 2021

Two Las Vegas sisters say the food truck they operate to help pay for school and gain real world business experience has been stolen.