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Label manufacturer pledges 154 jobs, $13M investment

Multi-Color Corp. announced Friday that it's expanding operations its 120,500 square-foot manufacturing plant in Scottsburg.
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Indiana city advances $7M bond for Pillsbury plant

New Albany's city council voted 5-2 on Tuesday in favor of a nonbinding resolution to offer General Mills financial incentives to keep its refrigerated baked goods plant open. The plant has about 400 well-paid employees.
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Robotic lawn mower developer acquired by Ohio company

Precise Path Robotics Inc., the locally based maker of robotic lawn mowers co-founded by entrepreneur Scott Jones, has been sold to one of the country's largest manufacturers of outdoor power equipment.
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Mercedes to build model in Indiana, hire hundreds

Mercedes-Benz, the world’s third-biggest maker of luxury automobiles, is contracting out production of the R-Class wagon to a factory in Indiana, a move that will allow it to expand its line of U.S.-built sport-utility vehicles.
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ArcelorMittal to lay off 304 in steel plant closing

The company said it would idle its Indiana Harbor Long Carbon facility March 1 and shut down its rolling mill in the next three months. Both facilities are in East Chicago.
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Indiana city to consider $7M in incentives to keep plant open

General Mills announced earlier this month it planned to close its refrigerated goods plant that employs 400 by mid-2016.
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Pacers telecasts on Fox Sports going mobile

Fox Sports Indiana is live streaming home and away games—as well as pre- and post-game shows—to mobile devices. Pacers officials are hopeful the viewing option will grow the team’s fan base and increase ticket and other sales.
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Cycling devotees embrace $450 pump

Josh Poertner, a Zipp Speed Weaponry engineer who helped prove bicycle fanatics would pay $3,000 for a pair of aerodynamic wheels, has turned his Steve Jobs-like obsession with technology and design to the lowly tire pump.
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As oil prices go haywire, refiner Calumet sticks to playbook

Whether Calumet Specialty's depressed stock price combined with its rich quarterly dividend create a buying opportunity is the subject of intense debate among investors these days.
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Local software firm hopes to grow after VC infusion

Indianapolis-based Salesvue LLC, which produces productivity software products for sales departments, is looking to raise $5 million to grow its sales and marketing team.
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