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In 2010, Chris Leeuw suffered a devastating spinal cord injury that left him paralyzed from the neck down. After nearly two years of aggressive therapy in Utah, he is now able to walk, and has created NeuroHopem an affordable rehab center in Indiana.

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Cassidy Turley Being Acquired

Cassidy Turley Being Acquired

A group led by private equity firm TPG Capital is acquiring commercial real estate firm Cassidy Turley. The investment group plans to combine Cassidy Turley with global real estate services firm DTZ Holdings, PLC, which it acquired earlier this ye...

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Tech Spotlight Shines on Indy

A massive digital marketing event is underway in Indianapolis. ExactTarget expects 8,000 to attend Connections 2014 in person, and 100,000 to follow the presentations online. Parent company Salesforce.com Inc. (NYSE: CRM) Chief Executive Officer M...

Northeast Delegation Heading to Japan

Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership Chief Executive Officer John Sampson will lead a delegation to Japan. The group will promote the region to Japanese businesses looking to expand to the United States.

SIA Receives Governor's Award

Lafayette-based Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc. has received the Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence in the category of Energy/Renewable Resources. The award recognizes projects or programs that prevent pollution through reducing energ...

Carmel Makes 'Best Places to Live' List

Money Magazine has again ranked Carmel on its "Best Places to Live" list. The magazine ranks the Hamilton County city number three this year, two years after placing it at the very top of its list.

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Long-Term Care Insurance – Important Changes

If you have ever considered the purchase of a long-term care insurance policy, you may want to get serious. Fewer providers, increasing premium rates, and reduced benefits are changing the landscape. For anyone in their 50s, now is the time to make a decision.

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