"Blockchains LLC owner Jeff Berns, his wife Mary and brother David have already made promiscuous donations focused on Gov. Sisolak and allies to promote their self-serving 'Innovation Zone' vision."
“We are very excited to get open, create jobs and start brewing world class craft beer for the Carson Valley,” said Brew Master Ryan Bauer.
In her new role, Ippolito will expand responsibilities to work directly with firm president Kevin German to assist in managing overall company operations.
"I think artificial intelligence is going to be a really big industry and we’re already starting to see some of that here. I think automation ... is going to be critical."
“The cattle market has done fairly well compared to what COVID has done to the rest of the world."
The Las Vegas Sands emphasized that it is, despite keeping a corporate headquarters in the city, is “focused on reinvestment in Asia and high growth opportunities in new markets.”
International Women’s Day is coming up on Monday, March 8, and it's a great time to recognize the important role of women-owned businesses in Reno.
NV Energy, the NV Energy Foundation and NV Energy employees donated nearly $5 million in financial and in-kind donations to 259 Nevada nonprofit organizations in 2020.
Created roughly a year ago amid the pandemic, "SkillUp Northern Nevada" provides residents with free access to more than 5,000 online classes and 100 different certification programs.
Storey County commissioners voted Tuesday to oppose “separatist governing control” within their jurisdiction after Gov. Sisolak backed a legislative effort that could result in a private tech company and major campaign donor forming its own local government.
This week's 10-year look-back at the Feb. 24, 2011, NNBW features stories about YMCA of the Sierra's plans for a new wellness center at the old JCPenney building in downtown Reno and expansion plans for Allied Washoe Petroleum.
“We’re looking forward to entering the post-COVID era when we can have closer contact with people that need our assistance in our community,” said ALRS President Carol Harriman.
The nomination deadline is April 9 for the Northern Nevada Human Resources Association’s 14th annual Greater Reno-Tahoe Best Places To Work contest.
BlueZone Sports, a $6 million company in 2019, finished at nearly $11 million revenue in 2020 — an 83% increase, much of that due to the company's pandemic-impacted pivot to ecommerce. The move helped the retailer open a new brick-and-mortar location at the Summit Reno mall in November, creating an additional 10-15 jobs.
This influx of extra campaign spending comes at a time when the Democratically controlled Legislature has signaled a renewed interest in housing issues, especially as concerns mount over housing affordability and supply issues compounded by the economic fallout of the pandemic.
“City trash can installments don’t usually make headlines, but they’re a big deal within business improvement districts like downtown Reno.”
The 19-year-old skiers recently launched Thrival Muscle Recovery; its product mimics the action of a massage therapists’ hands and elbows while targeting the psoas muscle.