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Star caterer Jack Bayt on upswing after tumble

August 23, 2014
Six years after having the area's largest catering business sold out from under him, Jack Bayt is back, leading a revamped Crystal Catering. But the new iteration is much smaller than in the days when Bayt and his partners wanted to become a regional or even national player.More.

Entrepreneur to offer home brewing minus the hassleRestricted Content

September 13, 2014
The cost, time and mess that come with brewing beer at home scares a lot of beer connoisseurs, but a Greenwood health care executive thinks he has the answer.More.

Taxi drivers settle with Speedway over confiscated licenses

September 5, 2014
Under the agreement, drivers who had their licenses taken by police on the day of the 2013 Indianapolis 500 will receive a payment and assurances that the town won't take similar action on race days.More.

Local Lotus dealership is one of only 42 in United States

August 30, 2014
Gator Motorsport opened in October as Indiana’s sole Lotus dealer. It’s owned by 41-year-old Young Kim, a first-generation Korean immigrant and Ball State University grad who fell in love with the British hand-built brand as a youngster growing up in Chicago.More.

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Veteran private investigator steps up cyber sleuthingRestricted Content

Overbearing spouses, disgruntled employees and corporate moles have a wide new path for spying, considering that nine in 10 adults own mobile phones. Aiding the hackers is protective software that’s thin at best.More.

Indiana office to promote startups, small business

Gov. Mike Pence has created the Indiana Office of Small Business and Entrepreneurship that he says will focus on consulting, specialty programming, and integrating universities, private businesses and government agencies.More.

WOJTOWICZ: Lots to consider when weighing mortgage payoff

You certainly don’t want to keep paying a mortgage if it restricts your business in other areas. But you don’t want to cough up too much at once and have the same effect.More.

Marketer SmallBox helping clients improve their culturesRestricted Content

In mid-2011, the staff of local Web marketing firm SmallBox began a period of self-reflection that allowed the team to identify its “North Star,” the purpose, mission and vision that keeps a company headed in the right direction. It's now spreading the word.More.

Market owner: "Look into the future"Restricted Content

Georgetown Market has stayed in the health food game since 1973, in part because of owner Rick Montieth's ability to see down the road.More.

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  16. UPDATE: NFL suspends Irsay for 6 games, fines him $500,000

  17. UPDATE: Appeals court upholds state's right-to-work law

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  38. Shapiro's to open restaurant in Fashion Mall

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  40. UPDATE: Court rules against gay marriage bans in Indiana, Wisconsin

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  44. UPDATE: Indiana Supreme Court hears right-to-work arguments

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  56. Illegal means illegal

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  59. NFP of NOTE: Indianapolis Public Schools Education Foundation

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  72. DINING: In the outpost of Zionsville, a trailblazing Cowboy gets cooking

  73. Records - Sept. 8, 2014

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  76. HENDERSON: No, you can’t hide anymore

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  80. Bed shortage forces shelters to turn victims away

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  95. Leases/leasing contracts

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  101. Kokomo council rejects ban on smoking in bars

  102. PGA Tour event returning to Crooked Stick

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