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    One of the state’s largest accounting and consulting firms has been around for more than 75 years. We take you inside Katz, Sapper & Miller in this month’s Culture Matters. 

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    The manufacturer of a water-soluble film used in popular detergent pods just broke ground on its fourth location in Indiana. We talk with some of the major players behind MonoSol’s $72 million Lebanon project.

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