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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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UPDATE: Angie's shares fall 18 percent after Wall Street miss

Angie's List Inc. continued to lose money in the third quarter and failed to meet Wall Street expectations. However, the loss was smaller than a year ago, and revenue jumped 24 percent.
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Fishers tech startup lands $1 million in seed capital

A Fishers-based tech startup in the home-services industry said Tuesday that it has raised $1.03 million in venture capital, including seed funding from a pair of well-known Indiana investment groups.
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Angie's List $40M investment brightens outlook for blighted area

Some real estate experts wonder whether the area’s revival relies too much on Angie’s List.
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MORALEZ: Hoosier angel investment needs further shots in arm

When I started my first company, Bio-Storage Technologies, back in 2002, raising angel capital was time-consuming and inefficient, and the results were mixed at best.
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Cutillo ramrods entrepreneurship at Stonegate

Jim Cutillo, co-founder of the fast-growing mortgage company, pushes with military intensity.
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Angie's List plans big expansion with $25M in public help

The struggling consumer-review firm plans to spend some $40 million to expand its headquarters campus on the east side of downtown and create 1,000 jobs with the help of more than $25 million in state and city incentives.
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Springer picked to head small business operation

Indiana's Office of Small Business Entrepreneurship has picked a new director for its efforts to provide contracts to small businesses.
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Breweries test limits of craft beer boom

In the last two years, the number of microbreweries operating in Indiana has roughly doubled, to 96. But can the industry sustain such blistering growth, especially in Indianapolis, where much of the activity is occurring, without foaming over?
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Lawyers branch out as business execs, entrepreneurs

Sometimes attorneys aren't completely satisfied with their high-pressure day jobs. Many start unrelated businesses like bakeries, vineyards, breweries and clothiers as an escape, or even a new career.
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