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Lilly third-quarter earnings fall below Wall Street's expectations

The Indianapolis drugmaker's profit tumbled 58 percent as cheaper generic medicines took sales from blockbusters Cymbalta and Evista.
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Six things to know about Indiana’s new scooter law

Thousands of Hoosiers who drive scooters and mopeds will face new restrictions and requirements starting Jan. 1.
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Republicans to file complaint over Dem’s campaign materials

Democrat Beth White’s staff acknowledged Wednesday that it distributed campaign material for her secretary of state’s political bid without a required disclosure notice.
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New shoe pays homage to Hoosier icon's birthplace

Before gaining fame through athletic footwear, Chuck Taylor graduated from Columbus High School in 1919. About 800 million pairs of "Chucks" have been sold worldwide.
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UPDATE: Angie's shares fall 18 percent after Wall Street miss

Angie's List Inc. continued to lose money in the third quarter and failed to meet Wall Street expectations. However, the loss was smaller than a year ago, and revenue jumped 24 percent.
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Celadon promotes CFO to chief operating officer

Celadon Group Inc. has promoted chief financial officer Eric Meek to chief operating officer, a new position that will give him oversight of the trucking company’s daily operations.
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State still uncertain on finishing I-69 extension

State officials say they're still trying to figure out how to pay for finishing the Interstate 69 extension between Indianapolis and Evansville.
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FedEx predicts increase in holiday deliveries

FedEx, which operates several facilities in Indianapolis employing thousands of workers, said the peak day is likely to be Dec. 15, when it expects to handle 22.6 million shipments around the world.
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Legislators in no rush to fix local judge selection process

Marion County’s unique power-sharing judicial-election system won’t be fixed anytime soon, even though a federal judge has ruled the four-decade-old system is unconstitutional.
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Simon profit dips but outlook improves

Simon Property Group Inc. on Wednesday said its third-quarter profit fell due to recent costs related to refinancing its debt, but that otherwise performance for the quarter was strong.
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