The suit alleges Standard & Poor’s gave its clients better financial ratings, thereby misleading investors.
According to statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor the number of available summer jobs for teens is returning to pre-recession levels.
Indiana's jobless rate is nearly a full percentage higher than the national average.
Giving still remains lower than the pre-recession levels.
The University of Indianapolis says too few people are enrolling in the programs because of Greece's recession.
Indiana‘s commercial real estate sector is performing better than it has since the recession.
The state collected $22 million more in revenue than expected in December.
Anyone with a health-related degree, regardless of their level of education, was less likely to be left unemployed by the economic downturn.
Workers with less education lost about four out of five jobs in the recession — and nearly all of the jobs added in the recovery are going to college graduates.
Coats says if Americans want to see economic turnaround, there needs to be a change in leadership in Washington.