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Tom Burns named Nevada GOED director

Gov. Joe Lombardo on Thursday appointed Tom Burns Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Executive Director, effective Jan. 30

Report: Grow house hid unregistered weed plants during audit

A state board charged with overseeing Nevada's booming marijuana industry suspended the license of a cannabis grow house near Las Vegas on Tuesday after inspectors said they found unregistered plants at the facility that pose an ``immediate threat to public health and safety.``

Majestic Realty is making the ‘play’ in Reno’s market

A few years ago, when Majestic Realty was scouting new markets to add inventory to its more than 83 million-square-foot portfolio, it didn’t take the strategic team long to decide to make a play in Reno.

Tesla announces $3.6 billion investment in electric semi-truck manufacturing in Northern Nevada

Tesla intends to invest $3.6 billion in battery and electric semi-truck manufacturing in Northern Nevada, expanding the company’s presence and the clean energy industry in the state, the White House said Tuesday.

Nevada governor wants to cut business taxes, suspend gas tax

Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo said Monday he wants to cut business taxes, suspend the state gasoline tax for a year, make the single biggest investment in education in Nevada history and raise state employee pay 12% over the next two years.

Nevada cannabis regulators issue product pesticide advisory

Nevada marijuana regulators have issued a health and safety advisory about widely available legal cannabis products produced in the Las Vegas area during the last 16 months using plants treated with an unapproved pesticide.

Reno developer welcomes return of office culture, touts business hotels

Par Tolles and other business leaders have built a company culture dependent on personal interaction.

Developer: Northern Nevada ‘industrial eco-system’ on the move

Par Tolles says there is plenty of interest in Reno and Las Vegas.

Nevada's major casinos net $4.1 billion in 2022

The net of $26.4 billion in total revenue is $10 billion more than pandemic-impacted 2021.

NCET Biz Tips: Importance of community relationships in intercollegiate athletics

The strength of community relationships is crucial for the success of the Nevada Wolf Pack athletics program.

Aqua Metals selects TRIC for lithium battery recycling campus

Aqua Metals, Inc., plans phased development of a five-acre recycling campus at the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center designed to process more than 20 million pounds of lithium-ion battery material annually, according to a news release.

Nevada OSHA workplace safety violation penalties increase

Nevada OSHA’s penalties will increase by 7.74%, effective immediately for any penalty assessed on or after Jan. 17.

Soaring egg prices put pressure on consumers and businesses

Chickens may not be able to fly very far, but the price of eggs is soaring. A lingering bird flu outbreak, combined with soaring feed, fuel and labor costs, has led to U.S. egg prices more than doubling over the past year, and hatched a lot of sticker shock on grocery aisles.

HOTWORX Fitness Center signs lease at The Crossing at Meadowood Square

K Corp., has announced that HOTWORX has signed a lease and will be located next to Blind Onion Pizza, JaDa Loft and In Italia Menswear at The Crossing at Meadowood Square, located at 6405 S. Virginia St., on the corner of Neil and South Virginia across from Whole Foods and Home Depot.

Residential and rental real estate expected to slow

Home sales declined, and home prices and rental rates fell.

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