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Survey: Pay raises rarer despite strong U.S. hiring

U.S. businesses were much less likely to boost pay in the third quarter than in previous months, even as hiring remained healthy, a sign that wage gains may remain weak in the coming months.
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Legislators need stricter disclosure rules, advocate tells panel

Indiana legislators need to be more transparent about conflicts of interest and should never lobby for issues that could impact their finances, an open-government advocate said Monday.
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More seeking financial help after Vectren billing error

Some public assistance organizations in Indiana say many Vectren electricity customers are seeking help paying big bills from the utility correcting ones that were underestimated during the summer.
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NCAA chief says scholarship changes on way

NCAA President Mark Emmert said Monday there is no talk about allowing compensation for autographs and signed memorabilia, but a new model for scholarships could be approved by January.
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Hilton North closure to cost 46 employees their jobs

Community Health Network Foundation is closing the hotel in December to create room for more hospital development.
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Obamacare benefiting both hospitals and insurers—for now

Early third-quarter numbers suggest that Obamacare, combined with the lingering effects of the Great Recession, is giving an unusual lift to both hospitals and insurers.
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ITT Educational shares keep soaring after better news

Investors warmed to news that student enrollment during the spring and summer fell less than expected and that ITT has the cash on hand to get through recent troubles caused by student loan losses.
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Meteorologist Gardner departing WISH-TV for Boston

WISH-TV Channel 8 meteorologist Pamela Gardner is leaving the station to take a job with WBZ-TV, the CBS affiliate in Boston, industry sources told IBJ.
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Rogue Democrat Mahern resigns from Indy council

Democrat Brian Mahern has left the Indianapolis City-County Council. Coming with more than a year left in the term, the resignation allows the party to appoint someone to the seat.
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Thousands affected by Medicaid eligibility change

A change in how eligibility for Medicaid is determined could save Indiana $26 million this fiscal year by pushing thousands of residents off coverage but providing first-time benefits to even more at lower costs.
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