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Nevada Development Authority Targets Southern California Again

Billboard at LAX in Los Angeles Aims to Attract Attention of California Business Owners Article by PRNewswire The Nevada Development Authority is at it again in an attempt to lure businesses to Southern Nevada and take advantage of the state’s prime business climate. This time, the NDA is placing a series of testimonial ads in […]

Silver: The Investment of the Decade

Written by T.J. Beatty The printing presses are in over-drive, governments around the world are ensuring it. So the question is, ‘How does this effect your wallet?’ Well, put simply, money is like anything else in that the more of it that exists, the less it’s worth. Currently, the Federal Reserve is printing roughly $105 […]

High Roll Dice

Written by Jessica Tripp High Roll Dice originally started out as a concept, presented by a behind the scenes inventor on a wooden board with wooden dice and paper cards. That game would hardly recognize the offspring that Four Hearts, LLC is selling today. The box is covered in colorful graphics, and is definitely sturdy […]

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CES – 2011

By Informer Staff Gadgets, Cars and Celebrities oh my with over 2 million square feet of exibit space there is a lot to do at the Consumer Electronics show here in Las Vegas. For any one who has ever been to CES knows you can not see this show all in one day. The show […]

Steak n’ Shake Opens at South Point

Written by Bud Grant Steak n’ Shake opened its first Las Vegas location on December 16, 2010 at the South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa.  On hand for the ribbon cutting were Michael Gaughan, owner of the South Point and Mayor Oscar Goodman. Also present for the ribbon cutting was Sardar Biglari, Chairman and CEO […]

Uniskin by Joe Unitas: Sports Gear Designed to Eliminate Bacteria

Written by Joe Buda Uniskin is a new line of products by Joe Unitas that offers safe, bacterial elimination using Fosshield technology.  The Uniskin products “help prevent bacterial transfer and eliminates a lot of forms of bacteria on contact,” Unitas added.  “One of the ones that is a big issue right now is MRSA (Methicillin-resistant […]

The Current State of Inflation, Rising Prices, and the Threat of Hyper-Inflation

Written by T.J. Beatty There is an on-going debate within economic circles as to whether the current economic environment is inflationary or deflationary. The answer to this is in part dependent on one’s definition of inflation. Many people think inflation is a rise in prices of goods. While this perspective accurately reflects inflating prices, it […]

The Las Vegas Informer Expands into Radio on Locos new Radio Show

  Written by Joe Buda The Las Vegas Informer is expanding into radio as we join the Las Vegas Locomotives on their new radio show “The Las Vegas Playbook.” The show will air weekly on Tuesdays from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm on KLAV 1230 AM.  The first show starts on Tuesday, December 14.  For […]

Southern Nevada’s First Non-Solar Renewable Energy Project Completed

Article by PRNewswire Executives from NV Energy (NYSE: NVE), Ormat Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: ORA) and Kern River Gas Transmission Company today dedicated southern Nevada’s first non-solar renewable energy project, the Goodsprings Energy Recovery Station. Located 35 miles south of Las Vegas, the Goodsprings Energy Recovery Station is the first renewable energy project owned by NV […]

Las Vegas Luxury Real Estate Market Mixed

Article by PRNewswire Luxury Homes of Las Vegas just released their 3rd quarter luxury real estate market report.  Luxury homes selling at or above one million dollars were down by 14% over the same period last year.  Luxury homes selling at or above three million dollars were up by 7% from this same period last […]

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