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Indiana city to consider $7M in incentives to keep plant open

General Mills announced earlier this month it planned to close its refrigerated goods plant that employs 400 by mid-2016.
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Indiana lawmakers facing renewed debate over casinos

Proposals aim to help boost Indiana's casinos after they've seen more big declines in revenue in the face of growing competition from neighboring states.
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IU Health on course to spare Methodist, close University

All signs point to University Hospital’s being shuttered as Indiana University Health goes from three downtown hospitals to two.
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Conner Prairie's goal: Take balloon exhibit to new heights

While the orange-and-yellow tethered balloon that anchors the 1859 Balloon Voyage is getting a new skin and a new sponsor over the winter, construction crews are working on a six-figure overhaul intended to make the exhibit more immersive.
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Pacers telecasts on Fox Sports going mobile

Fox Sports Indiana is live streaming home and away games—as well as pre- and post-game shows—to mobile devices. Pacers officials are hopeful the viewing option will grow the team’s fan base and increase ticket and other sales.
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Cycling devotees embrace $450 pump

Josh Poertner, a Zipp Speed Weaponry engineer who helped prove bicycle fanatics would pay $3,000 for a pair of aerodynamic wheels, has turned his Steve Jobs-like obsession with technology and design to the lowly tire pump.
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Utilities favor legislation changing economics of rooftop panels

Investor-owned utilities are lobbying for a bill authored by House Utilities and Energy Committee Chairman Eric Koch that would allow them to alter customers' credits for net metering, or generating energy on-site and selling it back to the grid.
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Developer bets $40M on mixed-use project near IUPUI

A West Lafayette firm plans to construct an 11-story downtown apartment and retail project that would add to the growing number of housing developments targeting IUPUI students.
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Records - Jan. 26, 2015

Records listings from the Jan. 26, 2015, issue of IBJ.
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As oil prices go haywire, refiner Calumet sticks to playbook

Whether Calumet Specialty's depressed stock price combined with its rich quarterly dividend create a buying opportunity is the subject of intense debate among investors these days.
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