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Food company gets $50 million

A food-processing company that plans to restart a closed factory in eastern Indiana is getting a $50 million assist from local officials.

The Wayne County Council last week approved the bond issue as part of Sugar Creek Packing Co.’s plans to expand and refurbish the former Really Cool Foods plant near Cambridge City, the Palladium-Item in Richmond reported.

Zynga moves to enter US gambling market

Online games company Zynga said it has asked Nevada gambling regulators for a decision that could pave the way for it to enter the U.S. gambling market.

This follows Zynga’s October disclosure that it has signed a deal to offer online poker and casino games, played with real money, in the U.K.

Zynga Inc. said that it is seeking an “application for a preliminary finding of suitability” from the Nevada Gaming Control Board. This, the company says, is part of its plan to enter regulated “real-money gaming.”

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