In The News: Lee Business School
UNLV’s Lee Business School announced its new members of the Alumni Board of Directors. The group is comprised of notable business and community leaders, led by incoming President D.J. Allen of Xs & Os of Success.
The U.S. Department of Energy has announced the collegiate teams that will be competing in the Solar Decathlon Build Challenge. Student participants work during a two-year period to design and build complete, functional houses that are powered by renewable energy and demonstrate creative solutions to current issues in the industry. Winners will be selected in the summer of 2020 in Washington, D.C., as part of the 2020 Smithsonian Folklife Festival.
UNLV was one of just 11 universities worldwide chosen to compete in the 2020 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon. The international contest challenges university student teams to design, build and operate solar-powered homes that are energy-efficient, affordable and attractive.
When the bottom fell out of the mortgage market in the run-up to the Great Recession, Las Vegas homeowners found themselves at the epicenter of a catastrophe. Nearly one in four who bought new homes at the housing market’s peak in 2007 fell into foreclosure. For buyers of existing homes, whose values plunged even more dramatically, default claimed closer to half. Nevada led the nation in foreclosures for 62 straight months during the Great Recession.
As the Super Bowl week is well underway in Atlanta, many people are making comparisons between the current host city and Vegas.
In response to the ongoing government shutdown, many people say it's their job to support local Nevadans. Take North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee.
Submissions for the ninth annual Southern Nevada Business Plan Competition are open.
According to experts, the outlook for Nevada’s economy this year is positive and projected to fare at least as well as it did, or perhaps even better, in 2018. However, one or more known or unknown wild cards could have a dampening effect.
If the Vegas Golden Knights get a shutout Thursday night, ticket holders can get a dozen free donuts from Krispy Kreme.
The job market will always become more competitive. Some wonder if a bachelors degree is enough or whether it makes sense to go for a higher degree.
New data published by the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors shows 10,000 single-family homes were on the market and by the end of November, 7,000 of those homes had zero offers, up 54% compared to 2017 and the highest number of homes in Las Vegas Valley to not get a bid in more than two years.
California communities scramble to avoid becoming the next wildfire tragedy