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Southwest to add nonstop service to LA, Boston

Southwest will depart Indianapolis International Airport for Los Angeles once daily, and there will be two flights every day to Boston, the airline announced Wednesday.
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Two Delia's stores to close in Indy as chain folds

The teen-fashion retailer has filed for bankruptcy and started close-out sales at all of its 92 locations, including in Carmel and downtown Indianapolis.
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Supreme Court to hear pregnancy discrimination case

The court is weighing whether UPS violated the 36-year-old federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act. Discrimination cases involving pregnancy aren't unusual. Two cases were recently filed in Indiana.
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WellPoint makes switch back to Anthem name

The nation's second-largest health insurance company has officially changed its corporate name from WellPoint Inc. to Anthem Inc. The Indianapolis-based insurer's stock starts trading Wednesday under the ticker symbol ANTM.
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Three insurers to split $151M in Medicaid contracts

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, MDwise Inc. and Managed Health Services were selected by the state officials to manage health care services for 84,000 Hoosiers that qualify as aged, blind or disabled.
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Consumer office opposes Duke Energy's $1.9B Indiana plan

Indiana's utility customer advocate says regulators should reject Duke Energy Corp.'s proposal for a $1.9 billion electric grid upgrade in the state.
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Chamber to push appointed schools chief, Sunday booze sales

The Indiana Chamber of Commerce wants the state schools superintendent to be appointed by the governor in 2016, setting the stage for another acrimonious education battle.
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Bridgestone's consolidation plan to cost Carmel 400 jobs

Bridgestone Americas Inc. plans to relocate three business units, including Firestone Building Products and Firestone Industrial Products in Carmel, into a new headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Indiana injection molding plant plans expansion

Carrera Manufacturing Inc. will invest about $1.3 million to improve its 80,000-square-foot manufacturing facility, adding as many as 102 jobs by 2018.
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ITT Educational shares keep soaring after better news

Investors warmed to news that student enrollment during the spring and summer fell less than expected and that ITT has the cash on hand to get through recent troubles caused by student loan losses.
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