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Top-flight runners may take to Indy's downtown streets

USA Track & Field is sprearheading an effort to bring a unique outdoor track and field competition to the streets surrounding Monument Circle.
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Records

Records for March 2-8, 2015.
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PROXY CORNER: First Merchants Corp.

First Merchants Corp., 200 E. Jackson St., Muncie 47305 (www.firstmerchants.com), operates 95 branches in 26 Indiana counties, two Illinois counties and two Ohio counties.
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Format switch to old school hip-hop rockets radio station to top of charts

Indianapolis radio station WRWM-FM 93.9 rocketed from the 15th-most-listened-to station in central Indiana in December to No. 1 in January—its first full month playing old school hip-hop.
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Auer Growth Fund, falling short of name, plans to stay the course

Some fund managers tweak their strategies or fees when things aren't going so well. But don't look for Bob Auer, the fund's 53-year-old senior portfolio manager, to do so.
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Startup Handcrafted Beverages takes on Big Soda

Founder Jerry Rezny thinks craft soft drinks can disrupt the soft drink industry just as craft beer shook up establishers brewers.
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Strong dollar divides economy into winners, losers

Hoosier businesses and consumers face a dynamic not seen in a generation—a dollar significantly more muscular than many competing currencies. Experts predict the dollar’s clout and the pros and cons of that power will endure for a year and possibly as long as three.
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How to beat the export blues? By playing up old strategies

An Indianapolis exporter that stood to take a hit from the strong dollar is faring well, thanks to a strategy honed in two prior cycles when the currency stood tall.
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Indiana ports set records in 2014

Ports operated by the state set shipping records last year, according to Ports of Indiana, the quasi-government body that operates ports at Burns Harbor on Lake Michigan, and at Jeffersonville and Mount Vernon on the Ohio River.
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Indy maps out export plan

The Indianapolis area could see exports rise if a plan released Feb. 21 succeeds.
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