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U.S. Steel to idle Gary Works coke plant, displacing 300

Company spokeswoman Courtney Boone said the Pittsburgh-based steelmaker plans to talk with affected workers and the United Steelworkers union about whether they will be transferred or laid off.
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Stairmaker moving to Indiana with 180 jobs

American Stair Corp. plans to invest $2.9 million to purchase, renovate and equip a 60,000-square-foot plant. State officials are offering $1.7 million in tax incentives.
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Union: General Mills to proceed with Pillsbury plant closure

A union representative says General Mills is moving ahead with its plans to close a southern Indiana Pillsbury plant and a neighboring business that together employ more than 400 workers.
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Rolls' Plainfield facilities land work for F-35B fighter

The Indianapolis-area Rolls-Royce production facilities will handle the bulk of the work for three contracts totaling up to $442 million.
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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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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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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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U.S. Steel to idle mill, lay off 369 Indiana workers

The Pittsburgh-based steelmaker notified workers this week it would close East Chicago Tin for an unknown period. The finishing plant makes tin-plated metal largely for canned foods such as soup and vegetables.
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Global glassmaker to invest $71M in Randolph County plant

Ardaugh Group plans to retain its 400 workers at the Winchester plant as it invests in a major upgrade.
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Indiana, U.S., shut out of new auto assembly plants

Every plant announced for North America since 2009 has gone to Mexico. The upshot is not only few assembly jobs, but fewer jobs and businesses that feed off of the massive operations.
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