Indiana State Business & Economics

Verizon Wireless tells some Delphi, Logansport customers: You can't hear us now

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Verizon Wireless tells some Delphi, Logansport customers: You can't hear us now


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Jefferson County sheriff seeks help locating woman in credit card theft case

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Jefferson County sheriff seeks help locating woman in credit card theft case


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Lawsuit challenging Wayne County tax foreclosures goes in front of appeals court

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Lawsuit challenging Wayne County tax foreclosures goes in front of appeals court


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Mike Pence's infrastructure mess: What went wrong with I-69?

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Mike Pence's infrastructure mess: What went wrong with I-69?


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Angie's List lays off sales staff amid declining revenue

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Angie's List lays off sales staff amid declining revenue


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What makes shoppers loyal to supermarkets?

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What makes shoppers loyal to supermarkets?


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Shireman's Farm Market turns local fruit into popsicles

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Shireman's Farm Market turns local fruit into popsicles


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  • Verizon Wireless tells some Delphi, Logansport customers: You can't hear us now
    Verizon Wireless tells some Delphi, Logansport customers: You can't hear us now

    , jconline.com

    DELPHI, Ind. — Verizon Wireless is dropping customers in rural stretches of Greater Lafayette because they are using too much data on a partner’s network, all despite being on the carrier's highly touted unlimited-data plans. The dropped customers include some who live in Delphi, Logansport and surrounding areas where Verizon allows customers to roam on towers operated by S&R Communications. The partnership allows Verizon’s customers to roam on S&R towers while still having access to LTE data
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Corporate

  • Do Indiana Taxpayers Want To Buy This For-Profit College?
    Do Indiana Taxpayers Want To Buy This For-Profit College?

    , huffingtonpost.com

    Graham Holdings Co. announced this morning in a filing with the SEC that it plans to sell its for-profit Kaplan University to a new non-profit public-benefit corporation called New University that is affiliated with Indiana’s Purdue University, a state institution. Purdue confirmed the deal in a press release quoting its president, Mitch Daniels, the former governor of Indiana. The press release describes the assets that Purdue will acquire as including Kaplan’s “15 campuses and learning centers, 32,000 students, 3,000 employees, and decades of experience in distance education
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Enterprises

  • Lt. Governor Crouch Announces Place Based Investment Fund Awards
    Lt. Governor Crouch Announces Place Based Investment Fund Awards

    , in.gov

    “The Placed Based Investment Fund is a way for the State to come alongside communities working to create and maintain diverse partnerships that help make quality of place projects true community-wide investments,” said Lt. Governor Crouch. “Working amongst a strong partnership between organizations, state and local units of government, and citizens, these communities are able to transform spaces into a place where people want to live, work, and invest
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Companies

  • Stutzman joins 2 companies
    Stutzman joins 2 companies

    , journalgazette.net

    Former congressman Marlin Stutzman has become an executive at two northeast Indiana companies. Stutzman has been named president of Wishbone Medical Inc. in Warsaw and chief executive officer of Crystal Valley Power Equipment in Middlebury. Crystal Valley Power Equipment, a retailer of lawnmowers, trimmers, chainsaws and other power equipment, has been in business since 1988. WishBone Medical is a privately held pediatric orthopedic company formed recently by Nick Deeter, who
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Markets

  • Here's when sales will end for Marsh Supermarkets
    Here's when sales will end for Marsh Supermarkets

    , indystar.com

    Now that the bankruptcy auction is over, the remaining Marsh stores that were not bought and will now close is known. Is your neighborhood store on the list? Dwight Adams/IndyStar. MUNCIE, Ind. — The end is in sight for Marsh Supermarkets. Filings in the supermarket chain's bankruptcy case indicate that the going out of business sales at 18 Marsh stores that were not sold to other grocery chains will end on July 20
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Money

  • Story from Lilly for Better Health: 2016 tax tips for caregivers
    Story from Lilly for Better Health: 2016 tax tips for caregivers

    , indystar.com

    You contribute time and care to your loved ones. But are you also contributing financially to their care? If so, you aren’t alone. According to a recent study published by AARP, caregivers spend an average of $7,000 in out-of-pocket costs each year. No matter what amount you’re spending out of pocket to help care for your loved one, the tips below may be useful to you as you prepare your 2016 tax return this spring
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Taxes

  • Lawsuit challenging Wayne County tax foreclosures goes in front of appeals court
    Lawsuit challenging Wayne County tax foreclosures goes in front of appeals court

    , freep.com

    The lawsuit argues that those in Detroit and other Wayne County municipalities are being pushed out of their homes for property taxes that do not accurately reflect the fair market value of the homes. The Michigan Court of Appeals will hear arguments today in a case challenging Wayne County's tax foreclosures. The lawsuit, filed on behalf of seven Detroit homeowners and a coalition of neighborhood associations in July 2016, argues that the Wayne County Tax Foreclosure process undermines the federal Fair Housing Act by disproportionately pushing people of color out of their homes
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Taxation

  • Council OKs tweaks to tax breaks | Local | Journal Gazette
    Council OKs tweaks to tax breaks | Local | Journal Gazette

    , journalgazette.net

    Some local service industry businesses will no longer be eligible for tax breaks under changes unanimously approved Tuesday by Fort Wayne City Council. The new rules, proposed by Councilman Russ Jehl, R-2nd, eliminate property tax abatements for businesses that export less than 25 percent of their services outside Allen County. The change mainly affects businesses such as doctor and dentist offices, local insurance companies, architecture and legal firms, Jehl said, where the client base consists mostly of Fort Wayne and Allen County residents
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