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New rules adopted in hopes of spurring home loans

With the financial crisis and subprime mortgage bust receding further into history, the government is loosening some financial rules, hoping to inject more life into the country's still-recovering housing market.
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Fading casino revenue has Indiana city selling debt

After decades of declining population and shifting economic fortunes, the city of Hammond in northwest Indiana is betting that water from Lake Michigan will refresh its finances.
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Feds extend pre-K funding deadline, but Pence still says no

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said Tuesday he still won’t apply for up to $80 million in preschool funding – despite an extended federal deadline and calls from several education officials.
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Fishers tech startup lands $1 million in seed capital

A Fishers-based tech startup in the home-services industry said Tuesday that it has raised $1.03 million in venture capital, including seed funding from a pair of well-known Indiana investment groups.
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State unemployment rate dips despite net job loss

Indiana lost 1,900 private-sector jobs in September despite a big gain in manufacturing-sector employment, the state’s Department of Workforce Development said Tuesday morning.
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Finish Line names new president from within

Samuel M. Sato joined the company in 2007 and previously had served as president of the Indianapolis-based retailer's Finish Line brand.
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Lauth planning 900,000-square-foot distribution center in Brownsburg

The local developer hopes to lure a tenant for the massive warehouse in its Eaglepoint Business Park while the project is underway.
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Pence names new head of state personnel department

Denny Darrow joined the agency in December of 2010 and previously served as its deputy director and chief of staff.
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Ruth Lilly Health Education Center to move to Marian campus

The Ruth Lilly Health Education Center has hosted countless school field trips and more than 2 million visitors since it opened in 1989. But it has struggled financially in recent years.
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NCAA third-quarter lobbying tops all of 2013 amid reform push

The National Collegiate Athletic Association spent more on congressional lobbying from July through September than it did in all of 2013 as it continued to fight lawsuits challenging its structure.
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