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Senate votes to avert a shutdown and keep the government funded through early March. House vote next

By MARY CLARE JALONICK and KEVIN FREKING Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate voted on Thursday to extend current federal spending and keep the...

Business leaders split on recession forecasts as economic outlooks moderate, finds JPMorgan Chase survey

Performance expectations remain high despite labor and inflation challenges New insight from Innovation Economy leaders finds increased optimism, but concerns around raising capital remain New York...

Retention? Retention. Retention!

Forbes listed Indiana as one of the top ten places to live in 2024, magnifying housing affordability, low unemployment, and great universities as the...

President Biden celebrates Black small business boom, announces new investments

By Stacy M. BrownNNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent In a press call, top White House officials attributed the surge in Black entrepreneurship, the fastest in...

IndyHub and CICP to shape the future of Indy’s youth with summit 

IndyHub and the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP) will host the SHAPE (Y)OUR FUTURE Summit, a free conference designed for millennials and Gen Z...

Wawa makes a stop in Indianapolis ahead of expansion 

Wawa, a popular convenience store chain known for its fresh food and friendly service, is hosting a preview event in Indianapolis to officially introduce...

Biden administration introduces new student loan repayment plan

The Biden-Harris administration has introduced a new income-driven student loan repayment plan. The program, known as Saving on a Valuable Education or SAVE, is designed...

Fostering inclusivity and innovation: Creating places and spaces for all women

Thanks to three pop culture icons, this summer has officially been dubbed #BillionGirlSummer. Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, and “Barbie” by way of Greta Gerwig’s latest...

Microsoft can move ahead with record $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard, judge rules

A federal judge has handed Microsoft a major victory by declining to block its looming $69 billion takeover of video game company Activision Blizzard. Regulators are seeking to ax the deal because they say it will hurt competition. U.S. District Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley said in a ruling that the Federal Trade Commission "has not shown a likelihood it will prevail." The case was an important test for the FTC's heightened scrutiny of the technology industry under Chairperson Lina Khan, who was installed by President Joe Biden in 2021 because of her tough stance on what she sees as monopolistic behavior by tech giants such as Amazon, Google and Facebook parent Meta.

Trump indicted in classified documents case in a historic first for a former president

MIAMI (AP) — Donald Trump has been indicted on charges of mishandling classified documents at his Florida estate, a remarkable development that makes him...
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