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Nugget Job Fair is Today

Updated: 8:59 AM - To fill current openings and in anticipation of the busy summer season, the Nugget Casino Resort is holding a job fair to hire for several positions.

US Trade Deficit Jumps to Six-Year High

Updated: 8:17 AM - The U.S. trade deficit in March jumped to the highest level in more than six years as a small increase in exports was swamped by a flood of imports from autos to cellphones.

Big Fight Brings Big Money to Local Casinos

Updated: 05/03/2015 - The fight was a big deal in Las Vegas, but also in Reno. Diehard fans traveled to the Biggest Little City to watch one of the biggest fights of the century.

26 Accusers in Workers' Class-Action Suit v. Bully's Taverns

Posted: 05/02/2015 - A federal judge has granted class-action status for a lawsuit that more than two dozen cooks and kitchen workers want to join accusing northern Nevada's largest chain of sports taverns of misclassifying them as salaried executives to skirt U.S. labor laws requiring overtime pay.

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  • Disney's Revenue Gain Tops Views
    Disney reported a better-than-expected 7% rise in revenue, boosted by growth at its television, parks and consumer products segments.
  • In Bertelsmann's Eyes, Acquisitions Aren't Random
    Bertelsmann has bought companies at a pace of more than one a month since early 2014. While the media company, which owns Random House, says its core publishing business is performing well, it says diversification will continue.
  • Kellogg Profit Falls 44%
    Kellogg Co. said its first-quarter earnings fell 44%, hit by impacts from a stronger U.S. dollar, expenses related to its turnaround effort and mark-to-market losses.
  • Cisco Names New CEO to Succeed John Chambers
    Cisco named Chuck Robbins, a company veteran, as its next chief executive, succeeding John Chambers who has grown the company from $1.2 billion in annual revenue to its current run rate of $48 billion.
  • Sprint Stumbles But Holds Place
    Sprint hung on to its third-place rank in the U.S. wireless business, ahead of T-Mobile US, but reporter lower revenue for the first three months of the year.
  • U.S. Trade Gap Widens
    A giant widening in the U.S. trade gap, driven by a surge in imports, could signal the nation’s economy contracted in the first quarter.
  • ISM Non-Manufacturing Index Rises to 57.8 in April
    The U.S. non-manufacturing sector started the second quarter with some momentum, according to data released Tuesday by the Institute for Supply Management.
  • EU Lifts Eurozone Growth Forecast
    European Union economists said cheaper oil and central bank stimulus should help deliver faster growth in the region this year.
  • U.S. Banks Expect Rise in Energy-Sector Loan Defaults
    Banks in the U.S. are bracing for defaults on loans to the oil and gas sector amid low oil prices this year, according to a Federal Reserve survey.
  • Brazilian Economy Struggles
    With Brazil dogged by drought, a sluggish economy and a corruption scandal at its most important company, businesses in Latin America’s largest economy have little to be optimistic about.
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