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NEW YORK -- A hysterectomy 11 years ago zapped Colleen Christensen's sexual desire. Now 55 years old and married for 33 years, Christensen said she used to worry that a lack of intimacy was draining the fun and closeness from her relationship.
Euro's strength increasingly high
VIENNA, Austria -- The euro's growing strength against the dollar is "unwelcome," said European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet as the 12-nation European currency hovered just below a record high.
It's tough to distinguish the small post-lunch crowd from employees on the clock at Upland Brewing Co., as both sets mingle around the bar swapping stories, gossiping and discussing beer. The customers are all on a first name basis with those behind the bar, contributing to the local feeling of the restaurant and brewery. The food is hot, the beer is cold, and the place has an overall feeling of community.
Typing furiously on an iBook, a student reaches out and takes a large bite of an Italian submarine sandwich. As he chews, his eyes don't turn away from the screen, fixated on his task at hand.
"Study fuel," he jokes to a friend.
One of Bloomington's favorite pizzerias, Aver's Pizza, has made Pizza Today magazine's "Hot 100 Independents" list for the fifth consecutive year. As number 61 on the list out of 64,000 pizza operations, it remains one of the strongest autonomous pizza establishments in the country.
When Bloomington resident Joyce Claflin Harrell was diagnosed with acid reflux disease in 2001, her doctor told her to take medication and sleep with her head elevated.
"Hi, you've reached Ski World. We will not be opening this season, perhaps next. But this season no ..." the small ski resort's voicemail message says. Driving up to the slopes, all one can see is deserted land with a big "For Sale" sign at the entrance.
IU's Kelley School of Business won the Global Prize title in A.T. Kearney's Global Prize Case Competition, one of the most prestigious MBA case competitions in the world.
Move over, Thefacebook. Step aside, LiveJournal. Take a hike, Webshots.
Imeem has officially arrived at IU.
Imeem combines a variety of features already popular through separate Web sites into one download. These include networking, journals, photo albums and chat.
The former and current chief executives of Petsmart Inc. and the company together have established a new faculty chair at the Kelley School of Business, where both executives earned advanced degrees.
When you first walk through the doors of MetroWear on Morton Street, don't be surprised if you feel like you've just stepped out of a teleportation machine.
The newly opened store that sells upscale men's clothing and skincare products looks -- and feels -- like something you would find in the streets of New York City or Chicago.
And that is exactly what owners Branden and Nikki Johnson intended.
Students in suits roaming the halls of the Kelley School of Business are a familiar sight -- particularly during the fall recruiting season when companies from all over the country come to interview IU students looking for full-time employment after graduation.
In the past, students had to contend with a difficult job market, facing stiff competition for interviews and placement. That sluggish job market is no more, said Mark Brostoff, associate director of Undergraduate Career Services at the business school.
Walk into a college student's room and typically in one corner will be a heaping pile of dirty clothes. Laundry is the last thing on people's minds as they are preoccupied with schoolwork, classes, jobs and other extracurricular activities.
But a quick-fix is now available. Valet Today, a new pick-up laundry service, is gaining recognition in Bloomington.
'Apprentice' looks for Kelley School grads for new season
INDIANAPOLIS -- Casting directors of "The Apprentice" are looking for graduates and professors of the Kelley School of Business and the University of Indianapolis for an upcoming season.
On "The Apprentice," host and executive producer Donald Trump assigns tasks to contestants and week-by-week eliminates one with his popular phrase, "You're fired." The final contestant wins a $250,000-per-year job running one of Trump's companies.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Carly Fiorina's nearly six-year reign at Hewlett-Packard Co. ended abruptly Wednesday as board members forced her out, disappointed by her inability to transform a plodding technology giant dominated by printer sales into a more nimble innovator.
The Kelley School of Business' 59th annual business conference March 9 in Indianapolis will feature four people who understand the forces driving corporate America toward dramatic change.
One of the most popular alcoholic beverages on college campuses is slimming down a little. Bacardi Rum is now cutting the calories in its newest addition to its family, introducing Bacardi Island Breeze, which is due out in April.
If a meteorologist said it would snow Feb. 17, 2052, would you put on your winter jacket today just in case?
NEW YORK -- Stocks staggered to a mixed finish Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan told a congressional committee the economy is strong, a sign that the central bank is likely to continue raising interest rates.
CHICAGO -- A bankruptcy judge approved a deal Tuesday, dramatically reducing how much of O'Hare International Airport's debt United Airlines must pay.