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Iran talks make progress–Negotiators involved in high-stakes nuclear talks between world powers and Iran said they made enough progress that they will continue Today. The talks between Iran and six powers — the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany — are focused on preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons and easing sanctions that have crippled that country’s economy. Iran insists its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes.
New way for roommates to easily split bills and pay directly to utility. The Round Rock-based duo developed Unbill for groups of people living together. It takes all the bills that roommates get and it splits them up so that everybody just pays their portion and then it pays the utility company. You simply add your roommates, utilities and account info and Unbill does the rest, including collecting the money. 52 percent of people in Austin are renting.
Former Longhorns basketball coach Rick Barnes already has a new job. He’s been hired at the University of Tennessee.
Ivar’s has announced its sit-down restaurant employees will be making $15 an hour, ahead of Seattle’s phased-in minimum wage schedule set to begin today. The two restaurants will also see an increase in prices and the elimination of tips. 21 percent increase in menu prices. The increase will cover 17 percent for tips and 4 percent for the increase in labor costs.