Following several years of drought conditions, ski resorts out West enjoyed a thriving business over the holidays. Here's why.
The nonprofit organization behind Burning Man released a report last week, outlining its details and goals.
Winter storm warnings were already in place on Monday in Montana, northern Idaho and eastern Washington.
As states move to legalize marijuana use, banks are caught in the middle. Here's what the Fed needs to about it, says Aaron Klein.
A Chinese investment holding company said it has signed a letter of intent to purchase oil fields in Texas for 8.3 billion yuan.
Gambling haven Nevada has cracked down on daily fantasy sports, and experts say it could be a tipping point for more legal threats.
Nevada regulators have ordered websites to stop operating until they receive state gaming licenses, the New York Times reports.
Telsa Motors delivered the first of its long-awaited Model X electric sports-utility vehicles on Tuesday.
States spend billions to attract and retain businesses and jobs, but a new survey finds small-business owners angry about the subsidies.
Where does a practical car like the Toyota Prius go to reinvent itself? The same place many people go to let loose and have fun: Las Vegas.
The government fined casino operator Caesars Palace for repeated violations of the Bank Secrecy Act in its VIP gaming rooms.
We know that China's slowdown has hurt Wall Street. But it's also causing problems in that other famous center of American speculation.
Nevada man faces three years in prison and $250,000 in fines for spamming Facebook users.
Sen. Harry Reid said that a Nevada utility, owned by Buffett's Berkshire, is proposing a potential blow to the state's rooftop solar industry.
CNBC's Jane Wells covers the most expensive homes for sale.
Investing in gambling? Shares of PENN, a domestic casino company on the move, stand out with the rest of the industry in flux.
"It's time to get someone in Washington that understands what Nevada is all about," said Dennis Hof, who added that his run is "pretty likely."
Advances in education, innovation and quality of life, catapulted this state to 1st place in CNBC's annual Top States for Business ranking.
Some states have made big economic strides. Others are falling short. Here's a look at movers on CNBC's Top States for Business 2015.
From states with sluggish economies to the worst education systems, find out what set these locales back to make them the bottom 10.