Nevada

U.S. Faces Closure of Five More Banks

U.S. Faces Closure of Five More Banks

Increasing the number of “failed institutions” in State, the regulators have finally closed five banks in Florida, California and Nevada.

Teva Decides Upon Appealing Proceedings Ruling

Teva Decides Upon Appealing Proceedings Ruling

Drug manufacturer, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.

Now Soup Mix, Lounge Mix Included in Salmonella Recall List

 Salmonella Recall List

According to a report, in Las Vegas, Nevada, gluten-free soup mixes and lounge mix are the latest to be added to the increasing list of products that have been recalled over the past two weeks owing to a salmonella contamination.

Nevada’s Republican Gov Plans to End Medicaid Program

Republican governor Jim Gibbons

Republican governor, Jim Gibbons initiated a step towards the rejection of the policy of federal Medicaid program that covers health care plans for poor, disabled and senior citizens of Nevada.

$636 billion funds will be required to extend Medicaid from 2014 to 2019 when subsidy for the health care bill will expire completely.

Luxury Property Owners Files a Lawsuit against Credit Suisse

Luxury Property Owners Files a Lawsuit against Credit Suisse

Property owners at four luxury skis and golf resorts in Idaho, Montana, Nevada and the Bahamas have filed a $24 billion federal lawsuit against Credit Suisse group AG, blaming the Swiss bank of gra

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