Meanwhile, consumers in Kentucky and across the country are still facing higher prices for commodities and more difficulty getting loans from banks.
Three businesses with local branches have been offered tax incentives for expansion projects in Louisville.
Actors Theater of Louisville launched a strategy today to help develop new audiences, in a time when the number of theater patrons is in decline. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports. This season Actors Theater of Louisville is offering tickets priced below its $40 average ticket price to grow its audience. Theater executives announced an initiative offering… Continue reading Actors Theatre Aims to Buck Trend in Declining Audiences
The University of Louisville’s College of Business has received a $1 million dollar grant to create a course and other activities based on the economic philosophy of the late Ayn Rand. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. The grant comes from the BB&T Corporation, whose CEO, John Allison, calls Rand’s novel “Atlas Shrugged” “the best defense… Continue reading U of L Gets $1 Million to Offer Courses on Ayn Rand's Ideas
Satellite radio customers are awaiting details on how the Sirius-XM merger will affect service.
This could be the last full week of operations for more than 500 Indiana mortgage brokerage companies.
Higher fuel prices and a decline in premium shipping customers are being blamed for a drop in UPS’s second quarter profits.