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Group rounds up business help for Census

As deadline day arrives, the Indianapolis Complete Count Committee is encouraging area companies to provide funding for local marketing and events designed to encourage citizens to fill out their Census forms.
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Engineer doubles as inventor

Hidden Toilet Paper, a small business in Fishers, patented a device that installs toilet-paper rolls into walls, keeping paper safe from pets and children.
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Math teacher has spent 25 years working Colts sidelines

Steve Taylor loves to tell his NFL war stories. There’s the time he taunted Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and the many times he’s been flattened by an overzealous tackler. Then there was the thrill of his Indianapolis Colts’ clinching a trip to the Super Bowl.
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Stout's Shoes still in step after 123 years

After more than a century in business, Indianapolis-based Stout’s Footwear Co. isn’t just surviving. It also is proceeding with plans to open a store next year on the city’s north side.
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Builder looks to cold storage for steady work in a weak economy

Cold storage might become a hot business for a building contractor.
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Smoking ban bill sent back to committee

The fate of a proposal that would impose a stricter workplace smoking ban in Indianapolis remains up in the air after the City-County Council voted Monday night to send the bill back to committee for further review.
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Sponsor: 'No way' smoking ban would pass in current form

A proposal to strengthen Indianapolis’ workplace smoking ban is set to come before the City-County Council on Monday night, but one of the bill’s sponsors wants to send it back to committee for more work before a final vote.
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AccuPay Payroll expands in a down economy

AccuPay Payroll in Indianapolis has expanded while competing against larger, national competitors like New Jersey-based Automatic Data Processing and New York-based Paychex.
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Barber shop thrives on retro appeal

Brownsburg's Everyday Joe's Barber Shop offers personal touch and a retro look.
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Hotel TV program touts Indianapolis, helps businesses reach travelers

Indianapolis Visitors Channel, which airs on closed-circuit networks in more than 6,400 area hotel rooms, highlights some of the city’s most popular attractions and promotes local businesses—both through traditional advertising and sponsored features.
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