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Business at a glance

El Sol Mexican Grill, at 520 E. Winona Ave. in Warsaw, is now open.

1st Source Bank was named one of the top 1,000 banks in the world for 2013 according to rankings by The Banker magazine and was also recognized by the U.S. Small Business Administration as the Great Lakes Diversity Lender of the Year for 2013.

Precision Wire Services in North Webster recently invested about $300,000 to create six new jobs and double production capacity.

Haines, Isenbarger & Skiba LLC, certified public accountants, opened a location at 119 E. Center St. in Warsaw.

Fort Wayne-based Tippmann Arms Co. introduced the PG7 Pepper Gun Pistol, which offers non-lethal home protection.

MKM Architecture + Design was chosen to lead the Kendallville Public Library’s building completion project.

Triple Crown Services Co. was rated the nation’s best “Rail Intermodal Service Provider” by Logistics Management magazine in their annual poll of transportation managers.

The Israeli Federation of Business set up a no-cost service to link U.S. companies with companies in Israel. Kosciusko County companies interested in exploring these opportunities can call 574-265-2601 or email grobertson@kosciuskoedc.com.

First Defiance Financial Corp. declared a quarterly cash dividend of 10 cents per common share payable Sept. 6 to shareholders of record at the close of business on Aug. 30.

The new, renovated office of Dr. John Kratzer in the Northern Lakes Plaza in the former Arthur’s Fresh Market building in Syracuse is now open.

Indiana INTERNnet is working with the Indiana Commission for Higher Education to grow the number of internships statewide. Beginning this fall, for-profit employers in Indiana are eligible to apply for matching funds through the new Employment Aid Readiness Network Indiana program. All intern-employer matches will be made via Indiana INTERNnet, a statewide resource for internship opportunities managed by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.

The Indiana Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications for the state’s annual competition naming the “Best Places to Work in Indiana.” Companies need to have at least 15 Hoosier employees to be eligible. Deadline is Nov. 22. To apply, go to www.bestplacestoworkIN.com.

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