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With Americans currently following the trend of eating healthy and trying new diets to shed a few pounds, local restaurants are changing their menus to keep customers happy and give diners more reasons to eat out.
Studies have shown restaurants that capitalize on America's diet craze are reaping the benefits. According to the publication LowCarbiz, the low-carb trend generated $15 billion in sales last year in the United States.
NEW YORK -- Stocks surged higher Friday as investors overcame their initial disappointment with the government's January employment report, believing the moderate job growth would help keep interest rates stable in the near future.
WASHINGTON -- The nation's unemployment rate fell to 5.6 percent in January, the lowest level in more than two years, as employers stepped up hiring -- but not at a brisk enough pace to ease concerns about the prolonged job drought.
The importance of higher education is growing increasingly valuable in a world full of competition after college. As the cost of a college education continues to skyrocket, many students may have only one thing on their minds -- "Do I pay for books … or a brand new Louis Vuitton bag?"
WASHINGTON, D.C.-- The investigation into the illegal disclosure of blueprints for some versions of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows software has turned to a small technology company in Silicon Valley that works closely with Microsoft.
NEW YORK -- Consumer attitudes about the economy turned sour in the first half of February, reversing a trend toward greater optimism after the U.S. economy posted stellar growth in 2003.
The University of Michigan's mid-month report on consumer sentiment for February dropped to 93.1 from 103.8 in January, according to people in the market who have seen the report. It is released only to subscribers.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Many Americans complain they're not paid enough, but most of us are nowhere near as shortchanged as the country's severely underpaid workers.
The degree to which someone is underpaid isn't just a matter of how much money he or she earns. Two of the 10 jobs below pay more than the U.S. median of $37,500 a year. Rather, it's a function of how valuable -- or loathsome -- the work is relative to the earnings.
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Public officials and business leaders from across southern Indiana have been invited to attend a forum on a state economic development campaign to promote the life sciences industry.
A wave of new luxury apartments is being developed in downtown Bloomington. Lofts on College and The Kirkwood are two new properties currently being leased, with plans to open in the fall of 2004.
Jim Murphy, president of CFC Inc., the developing company responsible for The Kirkwood, said his company has experienced large demand and a very positive response to its heavy marketing campaign.
LOS ANGELES -- A federal judge ruled Friday a software program that copies DVDs illegally violates the copyrights of Hollywood studios.
Judge Susan Illston ruled in San Francisco software made by Chesterfield, Mo.-based 321 Studios violates the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which prohibits the circumvention of anti-piracy measures such as the Content Scramble System protecting movies on DVDs.
The first Tumbleweed Southwest Grill in Bloomington will celebrate its grand opening today. With its new location on the west side at 106 S. Franklin St., the restaurant specializes in mesquite steaks and ribs and other dishes with a distinct Southwest flavor.
The restaurant and its employees have high expectations for its grand opening.
Speakers and honorees are anticipating the 58th annual Kelley School of Business Alumni Conference, which is set to take place at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis Wednesday.
Rumors have been circulating about Bloomington's College Mall. Why stores are leaving and what is going to happen next are some of the questions many Bloomington-area residents have been asking.
Bloomington's own Mother Bear's Pizza, located at 1428 E. Third St., will compete nationally to win Pizza of the Year at the International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas next week.
Eli Lilly to change drug-testing process after suicide
INDIANAPOLIS -- Eli Lilly and Co. said it will lengthen the withdrawal period to wean study participants off an experimental drug, mainly to ease concerns from test subjects after the suicide of a 19-year-old who participated in the study.
NEW YORK -- Martha Stewart met with a probation officer and thanked viewers and readers for their support Monday as the board of her namesake empire met to discuss her fate.
The lights in the front of Room 300 in the Business School dim as the projection screen drops. A video appears displaying men and women in an unconventional business meeting location -- an art gallery.
The class watches intently as chair of the Kelley School of Business undergraduate program Marc Dollinger begins to explain the tape.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Eli Lilly and Co., already under federal investigation for the way it promoted an osteoporosis drug, said Thursday it faces a new federal probe of its marketing practices.
CARMEL, Ind. -- Top Conseco Inc. executives who helped the insurer emerge from the third-largest bankruptcy in U.S. history were rewarded with nearly $34 million in compensation last year.
CHICAGO -- A Cook County judge approved a settlement Friday between SBC Communications and the Citizens Utility Board that will give voicemail subscribers as much as a $15 credit on their phone bills.