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Authorities catch man who critically injured restaurateur

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Authorities have apprehended a man who critically injured a downtown restaurant owner who confronted him over his unpaid tab. The Indianapolis police...

First down week since January for S&P 500 as unease spreads

By STAN CHOE and ALEX VEIGA AP Business Writers Another wave of selling on Wall Street Friday left the S&P...

POET to build ethanol plant near Shelbyville

By DEBBIE BLANK, Batesville Herald-Tribune POET LLC announced last week that it will build an ethanol production plant costing nearly $160 million, according to a...

Sweetwater Sound seeking $13 million tax break

By Kevin Leininger, (Fort Wayne) News-Sentinel Sweetwater Sound is seeking more than $13 million in tax savings on the planned 1,000-job expansion of its 163-acre...

S&P 500 index heads for its biggest monthly gain since 2015

By DAMIAN J. TROISE and ALEX VEIGA AP Business Writers Stocks were broadly higher in afternoon trading Thursday, steering the benchmark S&P 500 toward its best monthly...

NE Indiana region, counties take ‘Road to One Million’ at own pace

By CHELSEA BOULRISSE Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly The Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership has spent the...

In Fort Wayne, retail vacancies decrease

By KEVIN LEININGER (Fort Wayne) News-Sentinel The strong economy has caused the vacancy rate for retail space in Fort Wayne to decrease for the third year...

Tracking the pace of soybean consumption

By TODD HUBBS University of Illinois Recent developments in trade negotiations with China provided support to...

Chefs and truck drivers beware: AI will make you jobless

By MATT O’BRIEN AP Technology Writer Robots aren’t replacing everyone, but a quarter of U.S. jobs will be severely disrupted as artificial intelligence accelerates the automation...

Closed ports, lost power: How storm could hurt area economy

By PAUL WISEMAN, TOM KRISHER and CHRISTOPHER RUGABER AP Business Writers WASHINGTON (AP) — Ports are closing. Farmers are moving hogs to high ground. Dealers are...