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Angie's List shuffles brass, names third tech chief in two years

Chief Technology Officer Robert Wiseman has decided not to relocate permanently to Indianapolis, opening the door for former ExactTarget executive Darin Brown.
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Kids Riding Bikes rolling into Portland

Indianapolis-based Nine13sports is growing beyond central Indiana, working with an Oregon charity to deliver its Kids Riding Bikes wellness programs in Portland.
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Oliver Luck leaving West Virginia for position at NCAA

West Virginia University Athletic Director Oliver Luck, the father of Colts QB Andrew Luck, is joining the Indianapolis-based NCAA as executive vice president of regulatory affairs.
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Sources: U.S., Cuba seek to normalize diplomatic relations

The United States and Cuba will start talks on normalizing full diplomatic relations, marking the most significant shift in U.S. policy toward the communist island in decades, American officials said Wednesday.
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Southwest to add nonstop service to LA, Boston

Southwest will depart Indianapolis International Airport for Los Angeles once daily, and there will be two flights every day to Boston, the airline announced Wednesday.
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Mall retailer Deb Shops facing possible closure

Deb Shops, a woman's clothing retailer with stores in three area malls, has filed for bankruptcy protection for the second time in three years and could close its stores.
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Indiana senator plans medical marijuana proposal

Sen. Karen Tallian, D-Portage, said she'll introduce a bill for the upcoming legislative session to allow people with certain health problems to legally use marijuana.
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GOP plan would help teachers buy school supplies

The proposed tax credit doesn’t yet have a price tag. But it could essentially reimburse teachers for money they’ve spent on supplies, up to a cap that would be set in the law.
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New rules push high schools to better prep students for college

In 2013, Indiana legislators passed a bill with a potentially game-changing idea in mind: require high schools to figure out which students aren’t on track for college level work and get them the extra help they need.
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Apple defeats $1 billion iPod antitrust suit in three hours

Apple Inc. quickly dispensed with a $1 billion lawsuit by iPod users claiming software updates for the device were meant to block competitors, as a jury ruled for the company after only three hours of deliberations.
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