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Driving down the road listening to the radio, you come across a great song which you don't recognize but really want to download or purchase on CD.
The problem arises. You won't know the song's title or artist unless the disc jockey specifically says it while you're in the car.
American lore holds no more important backbone to the business foundation of the nation than the individual spirit of entrepreneurship.
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. -- A federal judge has dismissed claims by one of six plaintiffs in a lawsuit accusing DaimlerChrysler financing arm of discriminating against black car-buyers in the Chicago area.
When she was a student at IU, Margarete Disque majored in telecommunications, but she always dreamed of something more.
It all started April 1, 1970, during the first Earth Day celebration in New York City.
The Underground retail store in downtown Bloomington at the corner of Kirkwood Avenue and Walnut Street will close April 27 as reported by owner Dennis Laszlo.
NEW YORK -- The 213-year-old New York Stock Exchange vaulted into the top ranks of electronic stock trading Wednesday, announcing a merger with all-electronic rival Archipelago Holdings Inc. in a stunning move that will also transform the NYSE into a for-profit, publicly traded enterprise.
CHICAGO -- Motorola Inc., the world's second-largest mobile phone maker, reported a better-than-expected 14 percent increase in first-quarter earnings Wednesday, continuing its comeback on another solid rise in sales.
Freshman Courtney Carnevale finished eating a balanced lunch of sushi, pita and humus in the Indiana Memorial Union's cafeteria around 1 p.m. one afternoon.
LAS VEGAS -- For five years, casino developer Steve Wynn has labored over his latest creation, the $2.7 billion Wynn Las Vegas, forbidding photographs of the interior and keeping most of its design aspects a secret.
MATTOON, Ill. -- The Lender's Bagels bakery is closing down a production line because of declining sales, a company executive said.
Before melting underneath the glaring heat and suffocating humidity of the city's recent weeklong sweat fest, some residents and guests slurped and licked their way to cooler body temperatures despite oppressive heat waves.
After sweating through a week-long heat wave that vibrated through most of the nation, several local businesses remained unaffected while others received minimal financial damage.
Wall Street rallied Monday after Hurricane Katrina weakened, easing concerns about refinery outages along the Gulf of Mexico and pulling oil prices back from record highs.
A judge has approved an $8.5 million educational campaign by McDonald's Corp. to settle lawsuits filed against the fast-food giant for failing to reduce its use of partially hydrogenated oil.
The effects of Hurricane Katrina can be felt as far north as Indiana as gas prices continue to rise, causing consumers to dig deeper and deeper into their pockets to fill up their tanks. Shelling out $2.69 as of Monday for a gallon of gas -- the price Sunday at the BP at 17th Street and College Avenue -- is no small feat for most college students.
SAN FRANCISCO -- A long-delayed cell phone from Apple Computer Inc. and Motorola Inc. that can play iTunes music downloads is finally set to debut through Cingular Wireless, a research analyst said.
When most college students set out in search of furniture for their new pads, they're looking for one only kind: cheap. While being stylish doesn't hurt, the less digits in the furniture's price, the more appealing it often looks to many students.
In Bloomington, there's no shortage of cheap furniture up for sale -- or up for grabs as the case might sometimes be -- if students know where to look. Now that loans are coming in and students know what their roommates did or did not bring, it's time for furniture shopping.
Public drivers aren't the only ones feeling the pain of high pump prices and scattered fuel shortages. Local businesses providing transportation and delivery services are feeling the crunch, too.
When Peter Margulies and Michael Rolland, now IU sophomores, began looking for an easy way to view restaurant menus and find out which restaurants delivered or offered carry-out, they were met by rejection from the numerous phone books around campus.