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Attorney emerges as key player in international adoptionsRestricted Content

September 21, 2013
Michele Jackson's quest to stem child exploitation led her into arranging international adoptions.More.

Angie’s List namesake extends company brand with nationwide how-to segments

May 17, 2014
Chief Marketing Officer Angie Hicks-Bowman spends an hour and a half each month recording consumer-advice segments hat are downloaded by more than 100 television stations around the country and incorporated into their own consumer news segments.More.

Firm that figured out how to sell hair-salon products online is snapped up by giantRestricted Content

April 26, 2014
Indianapolis startup Loxa Beauty was barely generating revenue last year when one of the biggest companies in its industry offered to buy it.More.

Trio of women now owns Borshoff, city’s biggest ad firm

August 10, 2013
Founding principal of 29-year-old Borshoff advertising agency, Myra Borshoff Cook, 65, and senior principal Erik Johnson, 62, have sold their ownership interest in recent years to three top executives at the firm, all of them women.More.

Anderson woman churning out dog chews made from elk antlers

July 6, 2013
Cindy Dunston Quirk spent a decade coming up with an allergy-free dog chew idea, then, within two weeks of deciding on elk antlers, had a product packaged and ready to sell.More.
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  1. Pacers lose Stephenson to Hornets offer, reports say

  2. Tower maker gets OK for factory, plans to hire 600

  3. GM planning $27M investment in Bedford plant

  4. Indy home sales likely slowing to 'new normal'

  5. Interactive Intelligence shares dive on expected shortfall

  6. New downtown concert venue to seat 15,000

  7. City marshals $400,000 for Monument Circle events, projects

  8. Cummins to pick from New York firms to design downtown offices

  9. Pence wraps up UK trade trip after blitz of meetings

  10. State officials confident federal highway funds will come through

  11. Indy, other cities with new gas pipes see fewer leaks

  12. Report: Carmel panel may face TIF shortfall but can pay debts

  13. U.S. home construction drops 9.3 percent in June

  14. Unemployment applications drop to lowest level in 7 years

  15. UPDATE: Microsoft to cut up to 18,000 jobs in next year

  16. Vanity plate issue likely not settled for state

  17. Mayor names new fire chief

  18. IU says no victims reported in data breach

  19. Pence: Austerity steps needed despite big reserves

  20. Candidates raise, spend little in quiet election cycle

  21. Plane piloted by Simon exec made 'popping' noise before crash

  22. Top NCAA hoops official retiring after 2015 season

  23. Clock ticks on Wigwam's fate

  24. State to scope downtown block for new offices, parking

  25. Security to be tight at Expo this weekend

  26. Indiana adds jobs, but unemployment inches up

  27. WFYI isn’t unbiased

  28. More taxes to fund cops

  29. Competition soars at Indianapolis-area airports

  30. Want to lease a Lamborghini in Indy? Good luck

  31. People in the news - July 21, 2014

  32. HHGregg ready to dust off, ramp up Fine Lines concept

  33. LOPRESTI: With a few quick pen strokes, Pacers fans have new enemies

  34. MAURER: Bob Lauth persevered and won

  35. Q&A: Ron Spencer

  36. Hicks: Falling state income tax revenue is bad omen

  37. Kim: Midterm election years challenging for stocks

  38. Kite CEO 'not afraid to continue to grow'

  39. Hospitals' occupancy declining over long term

  40. DINING: Newcomer Union 50’s creativity marries cuisines

  41. Former newspaper editor now telling stories on screen

  42. Spec distribution center fully leased in Anson

  43. Drone startup off to flying start

  44. PROXY CORNER: Vectren Corp.

  45. Financial planner parlays meals for clients into money lessons

  46. Records - July 21, 2014

  47. Suit tests INDOT policy of charging for highway repairs

  48. BROWNING: How to fix Broad Ripple

  49. RUSTHOVEN: Lawsuit could rein in Obama overreach

  50. EDITORIAL: Hogsett could spark debate

  51. Western Indiana health care system announces cuts

  52. Prosecutors: Expungement law has good, bad sides

  53. Ag-gag laws facing federal court challenges

  54. Steel Dynamics buying Mississippi plant for $1.6B

  55. Sales/acquisitions

  56. Leases/leasing contracts

  57. Indiana Democrats deal with education split

  58. NCAA sets vote on modified governance proposal

  59. Well-known east-side Mexican eatery closes

  60. Developer seeks $11.5M subsidy for Carmel project

  61. Company news

  62. People

  63. Airport embarking on parking garage repairs

  64. Online insurance brokerage sets sights on Indiana

  65. Lowe's plans massive local call center, sources say

  66. Judge blocks ordinance aimed at I-69 work noise

  67. Area home-construction permit filings tick up

  68. Interactive Intelligence set to break ground on $12.5M building

  69. IU business school expansion nearing completion

  70. Hauke accounting firm to pay $1.8M in fraud settlement

  71. Wabash College religion center gets $7.8 million

  72. Marion among counties picked for pre-K pilot program

  73. Kite Realty to engineer 1-for-4 reverse stock split

  74. Court nixes Obamacare subsidies for Indiana, 35 other states

  75. First Merchants acquires Noblesville-based bank

  76. Lawmakers approve pair of new license plates

  77. Gay couples' lawyers object to full-court hearing

  78. Dueling rulings: Courts split on health law clash

  79. UPDATE: Lowe's to invest $20.5M in customer-service center

  80. Steel demand feeds shipping boom in Indiana

  81. Simon profit jumps on improving occupancy, rents

  82. Dow Agro reports record second-quarter sales

  83. Job fairs help Duke Energy fill its talent pool

  84. Blood tests for DWI cases costing Hancock County

  85. Angie's List stock sinks on quarterly loss, downgrades

  86. Sierra Club wants Indianapolis coal plant closed

  87. Lake County judge strikes down Indiana right-to-work law

  88. Lilly sales, profit drop but beat analysts' expectations

  89. Street performers to make debut in Indianapolis

  90. NCAA enforcement director defends investigators

  91. First Internet reports smaller quarterly profit

  92. Allison profit upshifts on North American demand

  93. Judge rules against residents in suit over hog smell

  94. Feds scrutinize Indiana for Medicaid backlog

  95. Indiana receives 245 children caught at U.S. border

  96. Feds cap fines for not buying health insurance

  97. Obama wants limits on U.S. company mergers abroad

  98. Kokomo airport runway extension almost completed

  99. Holiday World plans $22 million winged roller coaster

  100. State sells $244 million in bonds for I-69 segment

  101. NCAA’s $60M video-game settlement moves ahead

  102. Carmel residents balk at sewer-overflow tank planned next to church

  103. BidPal sees changes at top, cuts workforce

  104. Indianapolis pulls future support for Amtrak line

  105. UPDATE: Four doctors arrested in clinic raids

  106. Local WFYI programs largely free of bias

  107. Tech entrepreneur launches Indy Visitors Channel

  108. BOHLER SMITH: Forsaken vacation hits business two ways

  109. PENNY: Collegiate reform could hurt Olympic teams

  110. Indiana tourism group sharpens mission

  111. NFP of NOTE: American Cabaret Theatre Inc.

  112. LOPRESTI: Colts camp at Anderson U. comes with charm, access

  113. MORRIS: Another call for an appointed schools chief

  114. DINING: Cultural Trail lands quirky hops stop

  115. LOU'S VIEWS: Discovering a new festival—and new musicals—at Ball State

  116. BASILE: For more fun, invite serendipity into your summer road trips

  117. Developer pitches 5-story office building for Broad Ripple

  118. Bar owner alleges racism in lease dispute

  119. People in the news - July 28, 2014

  120. Hicks: Don't confuse inflation with supply and demand

  121. Skarbeck: Bucking common jitters rewards stock investors

  122. Carmel budget hawks want harder line on deals with developers

  123. Homegrown Krazy Klothes defies overseas-made clothing trend

  124. Med school plots researcher hiring spree

  125. State eases into rollout of software in tax fix

  126. Records - July 28, 2014

  127. BAGGOTT: Startup investing for the little person

  128. KENNEDY: Buggy whips, rotary phones and coal

  129. Former piano factory burns down in Muncie

  130. Pence, Bayh, crowd 2016 field with questions

  131. Leg of I-69 project now due to open by end of 2015

  132. Mitchell departs state job for treasurer's race

  133. Not in my backyard: U.S. sending more coal abroad

  134. Groundbreaking set for $15M Speedway roundabout

  135. Hogsett takes position at Indianapolis law firm

  136. Contracts to buy homes decrease nationally

  137. Profit, revenue up for Cummins in latest quarter

  138. Company news

  139. People

  140. U.S. companies increasingly fish for growth overseas

  141. Roche drug trial backs Lilly on Alzheimer’s findings

  142. Deal worth $17B aimed at improving veteran health care

  143. 'Test jury' gauged in Indianapolis home blast case

  144. State campaign pushes students to finish college on time

  145. Pennsylvania reps ask NCAA to halt Penn State sanctions

  146. CNO sees higher earnings, revenue in latest quarter

  147. Study: 35 percent in U.S. facing debt collectors

  148. Judge OKs record-setting $2B sale of Clippers

  149. Leases/leasing contracts

  150. Speedway roundabout expected to spur economic development

  151. Hunt Construction acquired by L.A. engineering firm

  152. Indiana BMV asks court to delay vanity plate sales

  153. Shopping mall owner offers $5.6B for competitor

  154. NCAA settles head injury suit, will change rules

  155. Church wants to put sewer-overflow plan on hold

  156. UPDATE: Court allows education board lawsuit to proceed

  157. Three-drink limit for beer, wine at Indiana State Fair

  158. Soldiers get $92M in debt relief under settlement

  159. Connecticut nixes rate increase by WellPoint subsidiary

  160. Pence wants immigrant children returned to home countries

  161. For-profit colleges tap GI Bill loophole for business