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The lighting dims as the classroom grows quiet. Two projections of Microsoft Excel spreadsheets appear on either side of the wall displaying statistics on the National Basketball Association's Dallas Mavericks.
As a professor of Decision Sciences in the business school, Dr. Wayne Winston's job is to instruct his MBA students to use mathematical and analytical tools to solve business problems.
NEW YORK -- UAL's bankruptcy filing and a brokerage downgrade of IBM put investors in a black mood Monday, sending stocks sharply lower and the Dow Jones industrials down more than 170 points.
Head down Union Street and turn East onto Seventh Street. Take an immediate left into the parking lot and follow the driveway straight back. A small sign indicates customer parking. It points to the garage. Another sign points to a back porch entrance. In the window is a sign "Distinctive Portraiture since 1959."
WASHINGTON -- The Bush administration insisted Monday that the effort to win congressional passage of a new round of tax cuts remained on track despite criticism from former Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill.
Jenny Ravellette is scared about the future. As cash keeps slipping through her fingers, the 21-year-old junior feels increasingly unprepared to manage her money.
"I have no idea what I'm going to do after school," she said, eyebrows raised in seriousness. "I've never had a real job with a lot of money, with big money coming in. I won't know what to do with it."
Marion, Ind. -- Thomson Multimedia said it will lay off 335 employees at its television tube plant here because of falling orders for the large tubes made at the sprawling factory.
In addition to the layoffs that take effect on Monday, most workers will see their work week reduced from five to four days over the next 13 weeks.
Howie's Bagels & Cafe, 2620 E. 3rd St., served its customers for the last time Sunday.
Some southern Indiana residents are mad about new 96-gallon red "Hoosier Hoppers" recently delivered to their homes for trash collection.
West Lafayette, Ind. -- Four new sponsors have increased the prize in Purdue University's 2003 Life Sciences Business Plan Competition to $144,000.
Washington -- President Bush shipped lawmakers a $2.23 trillion budget for 2004 on Monday bearing record deficits and seeking deep new tax cuts, an ambitious expansion of Medicare and bolstering security at home and abroad at the expense of domestic programs.
Indianapolis -- Conseco Inc. filed a reorganization plan that detailed the company's hopes to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy and stick to its traditional insurance business while selling its money-losing consumer finance operations.
College students have many concerns, and preparing for retirement generally isn't one of them.
But long-term investments, whether they are in the form of a retirement fund, a mutual fund or the open market, can provide advantages for people who start investing at an early age.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Prices for heating oil and gasoline are soaring and likely to keep rising as energy markets cope with a colder than expected winter, the loss of Venezuela's production and worries about war with Iraq.
As many college students begin to ponder their future jobs and careers this semester, good news might not be waiting for them. With rising unemployment and low optimism, a difficult path lies ahead for job hopefuls.
Taking the opportunity to use corporate scandals to educate students, Kelley School of Business Dean Dan Dalton talked ethics with about 80 students last Tuesday.
Dalton's speech, "A Conversation on Applied Ethics," was part of the Civic Leadership Development's February Civic Series.
PHILADELPHIA -- The winter storm that dropped 2 feet of snow in many parts of the East came as another blow to struggling retailers, many of whom spent heavily advertising Presidents Day sales.
INDIANAPOLIS -- The former chief executive of an agricultural cooperative may have fled to New York state or Europe to escape sentencing for bilking the company out of $2.7 million, authorities said.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Simon Property Group said Monday it was extending by six weeks its $1.74 billion bid to buy rival mall operator Taubman Centers Inc.
Simon officials said the owners of about 85 percent of the 52.2 million outstanding common shares had accepted the $20 a share purchase offer by the Friday deadline the company had previously set.
The wild swings in global exchange rates are worrying the financial and economic policymakers around the world. After two years of recession, falling equity markets and economic confusion, it is believed that the world exchange rates might be the next source of economic turmoil. Many economists recently have been primarily concerned with the euro-dollar parity.
Indiana club owner did not let Great White use pyrotechnics
FCC phone ruling criticized by SBC
Government lender bids for rights to service Conseco's mobile homes
Shuttleworth CEO killed in plane crash after engine stalled
ANDERSON, Ind. -- The rising cost of fuel is beginning to hurt gasoline-dependent businesses.
As of Friday, Indiana's average gas prices were $1.67 per gallon for standard fuel and $1.75 per gallon for diesel, according to the AAA Hoosier Motor Club.
AUSTIN, Texas -- After more than a half century in radio, the family of former President Lyndon B. Johnson said Monday it has sold its interest in LBJS Broadcasting Co.
BRYANT, Ind. -- The owner of the Bearcreek Farms resort plans to open on schedule in March despite an explosion and fire that destroyed its main restaurant and caused damage estimated at more than $1 million.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Eli Lilly & Co. and 3M Co. have suspended clinical trials of their genital herpes treatment, resiquimod, because preliminary data showed the drug wasn't as effective as expected.