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Acquisition-minded investors eye Indiana companies

As deadlines loom, private equity firms, others, move to deploy capital.
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Throng of volunteers involved in staging Super Bowl

The city’s biggest event of the year will be run almost entirely by an army of volunteers. Some 8,000 volunteers are helping to execute the preparations for the Super Bowl, which is expected to draw 150,000 visitors.
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IT upgrade for state dogged by delays

The state missed a Dec. 15 deadline to complete a complicated technology overhaul of its unemployment insurance system—the latest in a series of delays that have added years to the project and led to more than $18 million in cost overruns.
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New venue will give startup crowd a place to socialize, share ideas

A group of angel investors, entrepreneurs and high-tech aficionados on Jan. 18 will launch the Speak Easy, a 5,750-square-foot space on the southern edge of Broad Ripple that will serve as a gathering place for those active in the startup community.
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Near-east-side Super Bowl efforts go beyond the big game

For a Super Bowl-related initiative to revitalize Indianapolis’ near-east side, the hardest work will come after the Feb. 5 game.
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Judge rules Charlie White ineligible for candidacy

A Marion County judge has ruled that Secretary of State Charlie White was ineligible to be a candidate and the office should go to Democrat Vop Osili, his challenger in the 2010 election.
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Fieldhouse gets Bankers Life name

It will be difficult to rebrand the arena where the Indiana Pacers play, but team officials praised sponsor CNO Financial for sticking with the $20 million naming-rights deal despite tough times.
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Area firms pledge 365 jobs

Two Central Indiana firms will receive tax incentives for growing their operations by a combined 365 workers by 2015, Indiana economic development officials announced Wednesday.
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City-County councilor, two others indicted in scheme to defraud

A City-County Council member and two associates persuaded an Indiana physician to invest $1.7 million in their foundation and an ethanol-production business they said would fund it, but instead spent the money on personal luxuries, according to a federal indictment filed late Tuesday.
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Rolls-Royce employees begin move to downtown campus

Rolls-Royce Corp. began moving employees to its new downtown office building on Monday—a shift an IUPUI analyst projected could generate $510 million in annual economic activity.
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