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State's steel industry missing out on boom cycle as cuts mount

Nearly 700 steel industry jobs vanished from northwest Indiana in January, part of a larger nationwide bloodletting spurred by cheap oil, the strong dollar and low prices.
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Mayoral candidate Hogsett names policy team

Joe Hogsett's policy team includes a mix of party activists, current and former elected officials, businesspeople and past state administration officials.
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Former ExactTarget exec joins board of hc1.com

Tim Kopp’s move comes on the heels of hc1.com’s reporting that new customers more than tripled from 2013 to 2014 and that subscription revenue has grown for 15 consecutive quarters.
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Lilly Endowment boosts school helping kids with dyslexia

Fortune Academy, a Lawrence school serving children from first through 12th grades with such learning differences as dyslexia and ADD, has received a $500,000 grant from Lilly Endowment Inc.
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Kelley MBA students offer free guidance to entrepreneurs launching ventures

IU Kelley School of Business' DIVE program, which stands for Discovery, Innovation and Ventures Enterprise, is based on the concept that startups can get free, sound guidance from second- and third-year MBA students, and the students get a unique opportunity to participate in early-stage entrepreneurship.
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As Bitcoin gains converts, entrepreneur debuts ATM

Indiana’s first Bitcoin ATM, which recently debuted at an Irvington e-cigarette emporium called World of Vapor, is either a glimpse of Indiana’s cyber-money future or an anachronism. Or perhaps both.
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Physical therapy provider fans out

Tx:Team has always run its business by sending its therapists to wherever patients are—rather than wooing them into its own facilities. Now, financial pressures from Obamacare and cash-strapped employers are pushing all health care providers to do the same.
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City's oldest Pete Dye golf course goes private

Maple Creek Golf & Country Club, the city’s oldest Pete Dye course, has come full circuit.
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Medical-marijuana bill won’t fly this session, but attitudes shift

Indiana won’t put itself on the marijuana-friendly map this year, as a medical marijuana bill authored by Democratic Sen. Karen Tallian is unlikely to go further than a committee hearing.
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PulteGroup amasses 270 acres in Plainfield to build homes

PulteGroup is embarking on a large residential development in Plainfield that provides one of the clearest signals yet that the local housing market is on the mend.
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