• Art & Entertainment

    The Depot entertainment venue opens in Jeffersonville | News

    JEFFERSONVILLE — A new venue offers a destination for arts and entertainment in Jeffersonville. Officials from the City of Jeffersonville presented a ribbon-cutting Tuesday for The Depot in NoCo Arts & Cultural District in Jeffersonville. The space at 701 Michigan Ave. serves as an art market and concert venue. The space includes repurposed shipping containers covered in colorful murals painted by local muralist Wilfred Sieg III, who also created the mural on the nearby water tank in the art district. The containers have been transformed into spaces for artists to display and sell their work. Starting this weekend, the city  

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  • Car & Automotive

    Here’s why many people are shopping for cars online

    Car buying has long been a process many Americans hate. Increasingly, dealers and companies are trying to find ways to leverage the appeal of online shopping to make it less painful. Historically, buyers who wanted a car had to take a trip to the local dealership, where they might select a vehicle off the lot. The buying process has a reputation for taking hours and being stressful. One of the biggest pain points is the process of negotiating, which many buyers feel underprepared for. As online shopping continues to grow, businesses are experimenting with alternatives to this process. Traditional automotive  

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  • Food & Cooking

    All-refugee cooking company shares culture and home through love of food

    Eat Offbeat is one of many catering businesses that had to re-invent itself when COVID-19 struck 18 months ago. But its employees had a little experience with sudden, difficult change: They all came to the country as refugees. And they say reinventing their business model overnight came naturally. The New York-based company, founded by Lebanese siblings Manal and Wissam Kahi, was inspired nearly six years ago by Manal Kahi’s dual realizations: that she couldn’t find hummus “like her grandmother’s” in New York, and that the perfect people to cook food from their home countries were the refugees coming to the  

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  • Business & Finance

    Labor market mayhem ‘is a great reset for every business,’ Infosys president says

    Employers are struggling to find new labor as some news outlets are dubbing 2021 the “Year of the “Great Resignation.”  But there’s a silver lining to this pain, according to one CEO.  “This is a great reset … [with] every business, every industry, but it’s a phenomenal opportunity for enterprises on human capital,” Infosys President Ravi Kumar told Yahoo Finance at the annual Milken Institute Global Conference. “On one side, you could see it as an unprecedented crisis. On the other side, you could see this as an opportunity.” The most recent Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary from the  

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  • Computer & Technology

    Is Microsoft (MSFT) Stock Outpacing Its Computer and Technology Peers This Year?

    The Computer and Technology group has plenty of great stocks, but investors should always be looking for companies that are outperforming their peers. Microsoft (MSFT) is a stock that can certainly grab the attention of many investors, but do its recent returns compare favorably to the sector as a whole? One simple way to answer this question is to take a look at the year-to-date performance of MSFT and the rest of the Computer and Technology group’s stocks. Microsoft is a member of our Computer and Technology group, which includes 646 different companies and currently sits at #7 in  

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