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Indy Googlers curious about Robin Williams, twerking in 2014

The most-searched subject in central Indiana was the late comedian, but searchers also sought advice on kissing, faxing and sleeping.
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Upstart advertising agency attracting national notice

The Basement boasts a client list that includes K-Mart, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Procter & Gamble, NCAA and Simon Property Group Inc. The firm’s year-over-year revenue in 2014 has grown at better than 25 percent, hitting $2 million.
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Scripps deal makes WRTV an ABC affiliate through 2019

The deal between the network and Channel 6 effectively closes the door on WISH-TV Channel 8's chances of partnering with ABC.
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Indians extend deal with WNDE through 2017

The Indianapolis Indians and WNDE-AM 1260 announced a three-year extension of their radio broadcast agreement.
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Self-compacting garbage bin has myriad uses--thanks to Internet

Entrepreneur Grant Jenkins' PowerBin can hold three times the amount of the average public trash bin, and can transmit data to municipal and other managers about when it’s full. It can also serve as a Wi-Fi hot spot, relay information about reported crimes, and display advertisements.
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Geofeedia taps ExactTarget alums to head new Indy office

The fast-growing social media analytics company has opened a downtown office and chosen two locals to lead its product and sales divisions.
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UPDATE: Council to put billboard proposal on hold after public outcry

The sponsor of a City-County Council resolution that would lift a ban on digital billboards plans to delay a vote scheduled for Monday and send the measure back to a council committee.
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Digital billboards would bloom in Indy under council proposal

The City-County Council is scheduled Dec. 1 to weigh a resolution that lifts the city's ban on digital billboards and allows as many 75 in the city over three years. Opponents are rallying against what they consider visual blight.
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Municipalities including Westfield join trademark game

Legal brand protection is all but required in the corporate world, where businesses must guard against unauthorized use of the brands they’ve invested time and resources to build. Now, the public sector increasingly is following suit as communities work to establish identities of their own.
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Angie’s List taps PR veteran

Angie's List Inc. has hired communications veteran Debra DeCourcy as its first vice president of corporate communications, PR Week recently reported.
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