Nevada recently passed a law making its November election almost entirely by mail, but Trump wants to stop it, NBC News reports
Bars in Nevada's largest counties will close this weekend. CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on how Nevada will be rolling back its reopening plans.
Las Vegas casino owner Derek Stevens said Thursday that although social distancing protocols are limiting the amount of people inside his casinos, sales in June were higher than a year ago.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer breaks down the coronavirus spike in Nevada as masks are now required.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer breaks down the new safety measures in place for Las Vegas casinos as they reopen.
It could cost Elon Musk and shareholders $1 billion or more to move Tesla out of California, but state tax incentives in a place like Texas could offset that as part of a case to move auto manufacturing.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter Saturday the company is preparing to file a lawsuit against Alameda County and could move its headquarters and future operations out of California. On Friday, Alameda County's interim public health officer, Dr. Erica Pan, said that health orders to contain a Covid-19 outbreak in the region are still in place, and that Tesla does not have a "green light," to resume vehicle production at its main U.S. car plant in Fremont, California.
The Covid-19 outbreak has the gambling industry questioning how it will return to business as usual. "The public's perception of feeling safe, I think is the biggest thing, you know, they're not going to go out if they don't feel safe," said James Swanson, who owns Screaming Images, a company that makes signs and posters. The company now designing new barriers for gaming tables and slots amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Jim Murren, former chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International, joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss his role in helping Nevada reopen from the coronavirus shutdown.
Michigan and Pennsylvania, which backed Trump in 2016, have some of the highest jobless claims per capita during the coronavirus outbreak.
Claims for state unemployment were most concentrated in Rhode Island, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Washington state.
The order from Democrat Steve Sisolak Tuesday night follows similar moves by more than 10 other governors as states scramble to mitigate the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
March 13- The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said on Friday it has begun a probe following an in-flight incident involving an older 737 aircraft manufactured by Boeing Co and flown by Southwest Airlines. The FAA said the aircraft was en route to Boise, Idaho, from Las Vegas on Monday and experienced a gradual loss of cabin pressure at one point before...
March 13- U.S. aviation safety regulator is investigating a possible structural problem with Boeing Co's older 737 aircraft following an in-flight incident that caused a 12- inch rupture in the aluminum skin of a Southwest Airlines jet, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
Now titanium joins the list of metals found to be threatening the national security of the United States. The U.S. Commerce Department launched a so-called Section 232 investigation into titanium sponge imports in March last year and submitted it to the White House in November. Rather, there will be talks with Japan, the dominant supplier of sponge to the U.S....
March 12- Wynn Resorts Ltd:. *WYNN RESORTS CEO MATT MADDOX ANNOUNCES UPDATES TO SAFETY PROGRAM AND POLICIES. *TEMPORARILY CANCELLATION INCLUDES BUFFETS, NIGHTCLUBS AND THEATERS IN LAS VEGAS AND BOSTON.
NEW YORK, March 12- Global stocks plunged into a bear market and oil slumped further on Thursday after stimulus efforts from the European Central Bank failed to calm investors alarmed by U.S. moves overnight to restrict travel from Europe over the spread of the coronavirus. President Donald Trump restricted certain travel from Europe to the United States in a...
*Airlines, cruise liners tank on Europe travel ban. March 12- The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq cratered into a bear market on Thursday as a shock move by President Donald Trump to suspend travel from Europe rattled investors already shaken by fears of a global recession on the back of a coronavirus pandemic. American Airlines and United Airlines plummeted over 13%.
*Airlines, cruise liners tank on Europe travel ban. March 12- Wall Street was set to sink into a bear market on Thursday, with airline stocks in a tailspin after President Donald Trump's shock move to suspend travel from Europe. "It's not just the fear of the economy going weak but basically being on the brink of shutting down," said Dennis Dick, proprietary trader at...
March 10- Americas heavy equipment makers aim to make tariffs an election year issue after losing market share to imports of foreign goods as a result of the levies on inputs imposed by the Trump administration. The top 10 countries that export construction equipment to the United States gained 9% in market share over the past year, largely due to a loss of...