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LA PAZ, Bolivia -- Thousands took to the streets in the capital, chanting anti-government slogans despite an announcement Monday by Bolivia's president that he will shelve controversial plans for natural gas exports.
When I was working as a journalist, I never really felt discriminated against as a woman except for one occurrence. I was working as a sports journalist in the mid-to-late 1980s and there were a lot of incidents with women in locker rooms, sexual harassment and male athletes having general hesitation when talking to female reporters."
The rapidly changing music industry faced even more bad news late last week when Universal Music Group, the world's largest music company, announced plans to eliminate 800 jobs.
NEW YORK -- The nation's economy continued to rebound in September, but appeared to slow after rapid growth earlier in the year, according to a closely watched gauge of future business activity.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Two former Conseco Inc. board members are using a novel approach to try to avoid repaying $115 million in company-backed loans they took out to buy stock in the insurer before it slid into bankruptcy.
NEW YORK -- A burst of merger activity sent stocks higher Monday, as Bank of America Corp.'s proposed purchase of FleetBoston Financial Corp. and Anthem Inc.'s plan to buy rival WellPoint Health Networks Inc. signaled a growing confidence in the nation's business climate.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Health benefits insurer Anthem Inc. is buying bigger rival WellPoint Health Networks Inc. for about $16.4 billion in cash and stock in a deal that will combine the nation's two largest Blue Cross Blue Shield concerns.
WASHINGTON -- New-home sales edged lower in September but nevertheless registered their third-highest level on record. Sales of previously owned homes scored their best month ever, fresh evidence that the housing market continues to help spur an economic recovery.
With package names like "Exam cram," "Get well, be swell," "Early bird special" and "Munchy madness," young entrepreneurs Scott Lesht and Michael Eizenga are finding quick success with their online care package business, www.sendmesnacks.com.
CARMEL, Ind. -- About 200 of the dwindling number of Thomson Consumer Electronics employees in suburban Indianapolis would work for the company's new joint venture with a Chinese television giant.
Since IU boasts one of the highest ranked music schools in the country, it is no surprise that the creation of many local bands begins at IU. Sex Tiger and John Wilkes Booze represent two Bloomington-based bands aiming for entirely different goals. However, they both share the same overall objective of success.
Skateboarders will have a safe haven later this month when Upper Cascades Park opens on Bloomington's neorthwest side.
This summer, three students founded the Web site www.thehoosierweb.com, which is currently host to about 1,300 users and receives 25 page hits each day.
NEW YORK -- It's one thing for investors to shrug off the mutual fund scandal. It's another to think there's no risk to their stock portfolios.
GENEVA -- The United States is facing up to $2.2 billion in European Union trade sanctions within weeks of a World Trade Organization appeals panel ruled Monday that U.S. tariffs on imported steel are illegal.
Wireless companies are expected to see a revenue increase following a Nov. 24 deadline to allow consumers to keep their number if they pick up a new service. Local Number Portability (LNP) is a concept the FCC mandated in 1996 and made to include wireless phone numbers in 1997.
NEW YORK -- This isn't the time for consumers to lose their holiday spirit. The economy needs ho-ho-ho, not ho-hum.
All eyes this Christmas won't just be on what toy turns out to be the year's biggest hit. As much focus, at least on the part of economists and investors, will go to how much consumers actually spend on holiday gifts.
NEW YORK -- New fears of terrorism sent stock markets tumbling around the world Monday and extended Wall Street's selloff into a second week.
U.S. investors reacted to market declines in Japan and Europe following reports that the al Qaeda terrorist network had claimed responsibility for weekend attacks in Turkey and named Japan and other U.S. allies as potential targets.
WASHINGTON - America's businesses -- which have been keeping supplies fairly lean -- boosted their stockpiles of unsold goods in September for the first time in six months, a sign that companies may be feeling more confident about the economic recovery's staying power.
NEW YORK -- Under heavy pressure from investors, Conrad Black will step down as chief executive of Hollinger International Inc., publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times. The company will be put up for sale after an internal investigation found that fees had been improperly paid to Black and other senior executives.