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Credit union views charter switch as path to growth

Financial Center Federal Credit Union is pursuing a state charter in hopes of becoming a bigger player in Indiana’s financial services sector, a move that echoes a recent national trend of credit unions opting for state charters over federal ones.
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Locally based Wine & Canvas grows to 48 locations nationwide

The husband-and-wife-owned Wine & Canvas has grown from two to 347 employees in just four years with profitability increasing at a double-digit clip, 48 locations coast to coast and plans for international expansion.
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IMA CEO's quest: artistic flourishes, but on a budget

Charles Venable inherited two years ago a museum with an elevated stature in the world of art but disappointing attendance figures and a penchant for over-spending its endowment to make ends meet.
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Investments pick up in Holy Cross neighborhood

Decades-old barriers to development are beginning to fall in Holy Cross, attracting more residential and commercial construction.
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Chamber steps up microloan ambitions

A division of the Indy Chamber is applying to become a U.S. Small Business Administration-affiliated microlender, a move aimed at boosting its available capital and expanding its territory in a wide-open frontier of finance.
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Bicentennial plaza planned by Statehouse

With the future of a state-owned downtown parking lot in limbo, Indiana is looking to a smaller space on the west side of the capitol as the site of a public plaza to commemorate the 2016 bicentennial.
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Hoosier medical device companies look off shore

Slowing domestic growth pushes executives to brighter markets.
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Daniels heads to India to strengthen partnerships

Nearly 1,500 students from India are enrolled at Purdue and thousands of Purdue alumni live in India.
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Anthem canceling 30,000 individual health policies for Hoosiers

The insurer will not let customers who renewed their pre-Obamacare plans late in 2013 do so again this year. But switching to Obamacare-compliant plans could cause some premiums to spike and provider choice to dwindle.
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Insurers' fight for customers keeps Obamacare rates down

While foes of the Affordable Care Act warned of double-digit rate increases, the costs of premiums seen so far is more modest for the new year.
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