A lemon or a deal for your dime
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Center acquired by Basin Street Properties
Basin Street Properties has acquired the 129,767-square-foot, five-building Mill @ McCarran (formerly called the Magnolia Commerce Center) located at 1150 Financial Blvd. Mill @ McCarran is designed for office and light industrial use.
Renown names Boyer new CEO
Greg Boyer has been appointed as the chief executive officer of Renown Regional Medical Center. Boyer began his work at Renown Regional Wednesday.
Nevada business in Brazil
RENO — In a little corner of Reno on Wednesday, business leaders got a snapshot of Brazil. The South American country’s sweeping rain forests and eco-business opportunities danced across a projection screen as the deputy consul general and trade commissioner of Brazil discussed the country’s economic strong points. “We are here to promote cultural and trade links between Brazil and the regions that we cover (at the Western states consulate),” ...
Public policy forums bring politics to business
RENO — Business owners and employees gathered at the Reno Sparks Chamber of Commerce offices Wednesday morning for its monthly public policy forum to talk about government and the future of the state. Jonathon Denwood, the managing director of local Web design company Digital Delirium, was worried about health care. Gary MacDonald of human resources firm Nevada Association of Employers was concerned about Nevada’s financial future. Others in t...
Energy efficiency grants awarded by SBA
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Small Business Administration last week announced small-business energy-efficiency grants to Small Business Development Center (SBDC) networks in seven states, including Nevada, to fund projects that provide energy-efficiency assistance to small businesses. Each grant award is for $125,000. Each SBDC network was selected from a highly competitive pool of applicants based on their ability to provide energy efficiency. The ...
Mom second only to winter holidays, according to NRF survey
WASHINGTON – Having spent slightly more on Valentine’s Day, Easter and even St. Patrick’s Day this year, consumers are continuing the trend and will spend a little bit more on mom, according to the National Retail Federation (NRF). Behind the winter holidays (Christmas, Hanukah and Kwanza), Mother’s Day is the second largest U.S. consumer spending holiday. The NRF’s 2010 Mother’s Day Consumer Intentions and Actions Survey, conducted by BIGrese...
Candidates forum mixes business with government
SPARKS – When business owners mingled with candidates for office Tuesday at the Holiday Inn, one topic seemed to dominate the conversation: the economy. “The most prolific issues we have to deal with are economic issues,” said Derek Thomas, one of the owners of Hutchinson Business Valuation, Inc. “How do these people plan on getting the economy going?” Thomas was one of many who circulated around booths at the Reno-Sparks Chamber of Commerce’s...