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Hendricks Regional Health dangling 15-percent discounts

Hendricks Regional Health is taking a revolutionary step—at least for the health care industry—by applying the retailer’s playbook. Health care executives say more hospital systems are likely to follow suit in the future.
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TripAdvisor is new powerhouse in hospitality industry

The travel website TripAdvisor has seen such an explosion of consumer-generated reviews and page views in the last two years that local hoteliers now monitor it continually.
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Maker of class rings may fetch $1 billion

Herff Jones might be on the verge of a sale for as much as $1 billion. The 94-year-old maker of class rings and yearbooks, quietly renamed Varsity Brands Inc. in June, has hired the investment banking firm Jefferies to explore a sale, unidentified sources told Reuters.
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Museum keeps historic trains rolling through central Indiana

Founded in 1960, the Indiana Transportation Museum has been working for decades to preserve the Nickel Plate Railroad’s legacy by offering guests what it calls “moving experiences”—literally.
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Circle Centre bulking up street-side dining

Two more restaurants are set to join Yard House in vacant Circle Centre mall space along Maryland Street.
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Feds' ruling could spur electricity rate cuts

In an Oct. 16 decision affecting Indiana and 14 other states, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said the utilities must negotiate with six customer groups that brought a complaint last year.
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Key taps veteran Indy banker to oversee 3-state region

KeyCorp said Leo G. “Skip” Watson will be its regional sales executive for the Great Lakes, overseeing operations in Indiana, Ohio and Michigan.
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At Home Quarterly: Marketplace

See the most expensive home sale in the Indianapolis area and many statistics on the local housing market.
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INDOT faces time crunch on Chicago rail line

State officials are still negotiating with a Chicago firm chosen to take over the Hoosier State rail service from Amtrak. The deal is supposed to be complete by Feb. 1.
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Nixed grant could have sent 5,700 to preschool

The federal grant application that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence decided not to submit could have helped send 5,700 more state children to preschool programs, documents show.
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