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Sixteen firms promise Indiana expansions, 2,100-plus jobs

Nine of the 16 firms who announced their plans with state officials Thursday expect to boost operations and employment in the Indianapolis area, forecasting 933 jobs.
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Law school enrollment plummets to 27-year low, ABA says

Total law school enrollment at the 204 accredited schools is 119,775, a 6.9-percent decrease from last year and an 18-percent decrease from its record high in 2010.
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Plucky owners reclaim, renew famous Hoosier trademarks

The new owners of Roselyn Bakery, Choc-Ola chocolate drink and Champagne Velvet beer got dormant but potent brands back on store shelves.
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Pence: HIP 2.0 timeline not as important as approval

The state and federal government have been in negotiations since the summer, but the governor said he remains confident that an agreement will be reached, even if it isn’t by his original deadline.
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IU medical researcher gets $2M parasite grant

An Indianapolis scientist has won a federal grant to find ways of combating a dangerous parasite that's infected an estimated 60 million Americans.
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Indiana voucher schools return $4M in overpayments

The study released Wednesday by the Indiana Non-Public Education Association shows that 80 of the more than 300 private schools in the voucher program were overpaid $3.9 million over three years.
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Federal judge rejects NCAA concussions deal

A federal judge in Chicago rejected a proposed $75 million class-action head injury settlement with the NCAA on Wednesday, portraying the deal as too unwieldy and potentially underfunded and urging both sides to go back to the drawing board.
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Indiana high court issues order upholding labor law

The Indiana Supreme Court has issued an order throwing out the last remaining constitutional challenge to Indiana's right-to-work law banning mandatory union fees.
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Fed promises 'patient' approach to a rate increase

The Federal Reserve is edging closer to raising interest rates from record lows but Chairwoman Janet Yellen said she foresees no rate increase during the first quarter of 2015.
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Angie's List shuffles brass, names third tech chief in two years

Chief Technology Officer Robert Wiseman has decided not to relocate permanently to Indianapolis, opening the door for former ExactTarget executive Darin Brown.
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