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Keeping It Local: The Chocolate Shoppe

Updated: 8:26 AM - When you walk through the door of the Chocolate Shoppe, you instantly know you've entered a place where life is a little sweeter.
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Nevada Casino Regulators Scold Caesars For Bankruptcy

Posted: 03/26/2015 - Nevada gambling regulators are calling the bankruptcy of Caesars Entertainment Corp.'s debt-heavy subsidiary an embarrassment and lamenting the company's inability to pay 63 former executives some $33 million in promised pension payments.

UNR Students Developing New Drone Technology

Posted: 03/25/2015 - Technology to make drone flights safer. With an ambitious goal of having their product on the market by June 2015 Nevada Dynamics will be looking to hire more employees soon.
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  • Fed's Yellen Pitches Cautious Tack on Rate Increases
    Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen laid out a case for a “gradualist approach” to interest-rate increases in the years ahead, spelling out in greater detail than she has before the risks of moving too aggressively to tighten U.S. credit.
  • Economic Growth, Corporate Profits Slowed as 2014 Ended
    The U.S. economy slowed in the final months of 2014 and corporate profits fell, putting the growth trajectory on a lower path ahead of an apparent slowdown early this year.
  • March Consumer-Sentiment Index Slips
    U.S. consumer optimism slipped in March as a slight bump in gasoline prices and bad weather weighed on lower-income households.
  • White House Stays Course on Homeownership Push
    Officials at the White House and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development are close to tapping Edward Golding, a senior adviser at HUD, to lead the Federal Housing Administration.
  • India's Jaitley Asks for Patience
    Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has a simple message for critics pushing for deeper change in the economic policies of the world’s largest democracy: It’s coming, be patient.
  • U.S. Jobless Claims Fall
    The number of Americans seeking first-time unemployment benefits fell last week, the latest sign of an improving labor market.
  • Dynamic Scoring: A Potential Super Model
    Capital Account: Chief economics commentator Greg Ip says estimating the costs of policy using dynamic scoring shouldn’t be feared if the estimates and assumptions are transparent and rigorous.
  • Durable-Goods Orders Fall, Raising Worries Over GDP Growth
    Businesses cut orders on big-ticket items and continued to postpone investment last month, further evidence of the economy slowing sharply at the start of the year.
  • Wabash Shows Another Side of the Economic Divide
    Employment in the small Rust Belt city fell nearly 15% during the recession and remains off by 10%. The situation could be worse were it not for local leaders who saw that the Indiana community’s survival depended on it being more like cities that are drawing residents away.
  • Inflation, New-Home Sales Look Solid
    A pickup in consumer prices and higher demand for new homes point to a firming in two areas of recent concern for the economy, potentially reassuring the Federal Reserve as it considers raising interest rates later this year.

US Business News

  • Kleiner Wins Sex-Bias Suit
    A San Francisco jury Friday said prominent venture-capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers didn’t sexually discriminate or retaliate against a former female partner, in a closely watched case that raised questions about the treatment of women in Silicon Valley.
  • Fears Push Car Makers Deep Into Silicon Valley
    Silicon Valley is becoming the nexus of an emerging car industry that has giants like Mercedes-Benz, Ford and others racing to tap the region’s know-how.
  • Tycoon Li's Horizons Ventures Bets on Tech Startups
    Li Ka-shing’s venture-capital fund, run by his longtime companion Solina Chau, is accelerating investments from Israel to Silicon Valley.
  • Intel in Talks to Buy Chip Maker Altera
    Intel is in advanced talks to buy Altera—a maker of programmable semiconductors used in phone networks and cars—in a deal that would be the computer chip-making giant’s largest takeover ever.
  • Dow to Merge Chlorine Business With Olin
    Dow Chemical said it would split off a significant portion of its chlorine business and merge it with Olin in a deal valued at $5 billion. The deal’s value of $5 billion includes $2 billion in cash.
  • BlackBerry Posts Surprise Profit
    BlackBerry said a plan to revive its fortunes remains on track, even though revenue in its latest quarter fell 32% and was well below expectations.
  • New SkyMall Owner May Relaunch Catalog
    SkyMall got approval to proceed with a sale to C&A Marketing for $1.9 million. C&A said it plans to turn around the failed business and possibly reinstate the quirky catalog.
  • Regulators Have Hands Full With Tesla's Hands-Free Driving
    Tesla has provided auto executives and regulators a better view into the nascent electric vehicle market, but now it is in focus for another reason: autonomous vehicles.
  • RadioShack Bidding War Continues With Salus Offer
    The bidding war for RadioShack is still on, even as the company pursues court approval of a company-saving deal with Standard General LP.
  • Ford Reveals Executive Compensation
    Ford Motor Chief Executive Mark Fields earned $18.6 million in 2014, mostly in stock compensation and other incentives.
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