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Revenue has nearly tripled in past two years for blood-test maker

PTS Diagnosed engineered an about-face on its business plan five years ago, ditching its retail strategy to focus on serving physicians and nurse practitioners. This year, PTS is on pace to record revenue of nearly $50 million, up from $17 million two years ago.
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Kroger plans new store on southeast side

A nearly 100,000-square-foot Kroger grocery store is set to anchor a major development in an area on the southeast side that’s been void of much commercial activity.
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New CEO Vaughn reworks Sports Corp. playbook

Ryan Vaughn says one of the not-for-profit’s first considerations under his tenure, when going after or creating any sporting event, will be opportunities for area businesses beyond the usual benefits to hotels and restaurants.
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EnerDel regroups after missing job targets

EnerDel Inc. is regrouping under a strategy of targeting niche markets, as Indianapolis and Hancock County officials press executives about the firm’s future and former pledges of local investment and job creation that failed to pan out.
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Car dealers lay claim to State Road 37 corridor

When Terry Lee Hyundai opens in Noblesville next spring, it will become the 10th new-car dealership operating on a six-mile stretch of State Road 37 in Hamilton County—and development isn’t done.
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How CNO returned from the brink

CNO Financial Group looks nothing like it did five years ago. CNO stock recently traded around $17.50 a share, led in part by five consecutive years of profit. It has sold or spun off the last of its risky books of business acquired during go-go years, and it’s on the cusp of a significant bond-rating milestone.
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Football safety summit planned for Indy in February

Conference where former Colts coach Tony Dungy will speak is said to be largest of its kind.
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Three village hubs marked for investment

Great Places 2020 targets intersections that can anchor city's next walkable villages.
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Employer-friendly improvements in immigration law

Although comprehensive immigration reform with bipartisan support might not be passed into law soon, the recent executive action by the Obama administration has some employer-friendly improvements in immigration law.
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Purdue recruiting more out-of-state students

Purdue and other universities are among many state-funded institutions nationwide looking to poach lucrative tuition.
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