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Sponsors, fans stick with Pacers

With the loss of Lance Stephenson to free agency and the serious leg injury to Paul George, there are numerous questions about how the Indiana Pacers will do on the court this season. But on the business side, victories are piling up.
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PUBLISHER'S LETTER: IBJ to roll out metered digital access

In the coming weeks, IBJ readers will be given an opportunity to choose from enhanced subscription and access options. The choices readers make will dictate what digital content can be accessed under our new ibj.com metered-paywall business model.
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The Interview Issue: Matt Tully

Indianapolis Star political columnist Matt Tully has a desk at the newspaper’s downtown headquarters. But his office might as well be the handful of north-side coffee shops and cafés where he meets with politicians, civic leaders and business bigwigs who help inspire and shape his columns.
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The Interview Issue: Karen Ferguson

Karen Ferguson, formerly Crotchfelt, has helped steer the state’s largest daily newspaper through one of its most tumultuous periods.
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New area code on tap for Indianapolis region

The telecommunications industry wants to add a new area code for the parts of central Indiana covered by 317. The bottom line for all residents: 10-digit dialing would be required for local calls.
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Apple: iPhone 6 models break company sales record

Apple says it sold more than 10 million iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models in the three days after the phones went on sale.
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Current to add Geist to growing newspaper stable

Current Publishing LLC, a Carmel-based firm which publishes five weekly newspapers covering parts of Hamilton and Boone counties, continues to thrive as the print news industry as a whole lags.
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Pete the Planner uses humor, straight talk to become media sensation

Peter Dunn, a prolific tweeter who appears on broadcast outlets as well as in The Indianapolis Star, hopes the release of six books in January further builds his profile.
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Former WIBC news anchor Simpson lands new gig

Canned by WIBC in June, Steve Simpson will leave the Indianapolis market to anchor the morning news for Minneapolis' top news-talk station.
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Nuvo enters Bloomington market, eyes other college towns

Nuvo has entered a long-abandoned market, Bloomington, and is eyeing other Indiana college towns, particularly Muncie and West Lafayette, for expansion. The alternative free weekly newspaper has been working on the plan for six months.
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