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Stonegate Mortgage closes 2014 with tough quarter

Stonegate Mortgage Corp. finished 2014 with a money-losing quarter that fell short of Wall Street expectations.
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U.S. Steel to idle Gary Works coke plant, displacing 300

Company spokeswoman Courtney Boone said the Pittsburgh-based steelmaker plans to talk with affected workers and the United Steelworkers union about whether they will be transferred or laid off.
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Debate on cold medicine prescriptions lingers

Lawmakers involved in the debate over how to curb Indiana's methamphetamine problem say a bill that would require drug felons to get a prescription before buying common cold medicine is likely just another step toward an eventual prescription requirement for all consumers.
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21c seeks $9M loan from city to turn Old City Hall into $55M hotel-museum

The project, which would add a modern 150-room hotel to the historic downtown building, also hinges on approval of an $11.3 million federal loan through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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FCC adopts strong new rules in bid for 'net neutrality'

U.S. regulators invoked broad powers to ensure that Web traffic for all users is treated equally, adopting net-neutrality rules that supporters say will preserve a wide-open Internet and that opponents vow to fight in court.
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Lilly plans to introduce biosimilar Lantus in Europe in May

Paris-based drugmaker Sanofi had revenue of $7.2 billion from Lantus last year. It lost U.S. patent protection this month and will lose exclusive rights in Europe in May.
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Consumer prices plunge 0.7 percent on cheaper gas costs

The consumer price index fell 0.7 percent in January, the sharpest drop since December 2008, the Labor Department said Thursday.
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More suburban students using state's voucher program

Voucher use is up significantly in Hamilton County districts, but most children using the program still live in the state's largest, poorest cities with some of the most troubled public schools.
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Orders for U.S. durable goods show monthly rebound

Orders to U.S. factories for long-lasting manufactured goods bounced back in January, rising by the largest amount in six months, although much of the strength came from a big jump in airplane orders.
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Indiana lawmakers taking mid-session break

Members of the House and Senate wrapped up business on Wednesday and are scheduled to return Monday to the Statehouse in Indianapolis.
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