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Las Vegas has been slow to bounce back from the recession. A study by the Pew Charitable Trusts released this week examined how city revenue was fairing in 30 cities, and suggested that Las Vegas was among the cities farthest from pre-recession highs.

But downtown, Hsieh says the biggest challenge he faces is waiting patiently for construction.

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"I come from the tech world where I’m used to going from idea to launch in 24 hours," he said




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