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Duke Realty sells 62 office buildings for $1.12 billion

Indianapolis-based Duke announced the massive sale Wednesday at the same time it released a quarterly financial report that mostly met analyst expectations
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McDonald's CEO, an Indy native, steps down as sales decline

McDonald's CEO Don Thompson is stepping down as the world's biggest hamburger chain fights to hold onto customers and transform its image.
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House panel passes bill for Amish exemption on photo IDs

Bill sponsor Rep. Robert Morris, R-Fort Wayne, said it was created to give Indiana's Amish population more access to outside businesses such as banks and pharmacies that require a state-issued ID.
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Barnhart returns as head of IndyCar race control

Brian Barnhart had the same role from 1997 through 2011, but was removed after a controversial final season.
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Dorsey takes chairman's seat at TinderBox

Former ExactTarget CEO Scott Dorsey will help steer the growth of local sales-software firm TinderBox.
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IU Health to cut 96 workers in Martinsville

In a cost-cutting move, Indiana University Health plans to lay off nearly 100 workers as Morgan Hospital stops admitting overnight patients April 1.
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Pence's mother prefers 'not right now' on run for president

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's mother says she thinks her son would make a good U.S. president — just not yet.
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Novartis expects price war with Lilly over psoriasis drugs

Novartis AG is racing to establish itself in the market for new treatments for psoriasis ahead of competing drugs by Amgen Inc. and Eli Lilly and Co. in the United States.
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Indiana city advances $7M bond for Pillsbury plant

New Albany's city council voted 5-2 on Tuesday in favor of a nonbinding resolution to offer General Mills financial incentives to keep its refrigerated baked goods plant open. The plant has about 400 well-paid employees.
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Anthem results top expectations, as firm projects growth in '15

The Indianapolis-based health insurer hiked the quarterly dividend it pays shareholders nearly 43 percent after reporting fourth-quarter results.
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