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Danica, Dixon nominated for ESPYs

Cory Schouten
July 2, 2008
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Indy Racing League drivers Danica Patrick and Scott Dixon have been nominated for ESPY awards to be presented July 20 on ESPN. Patrick, the Andretti Green Racing driver who is fifth in the standings...
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Indians continue attendance tear

Cory Schouten
July 2, 2008
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The Indianapolis Indians’ July 4 home game against the Louisville Bats—the Cincinnati Reds farm team—is  sold out. A limited number of standing-room-only tickets will be made available at game time. Victory Field has a...
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Executive pay is 'flat'

July 2, 2008
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Indianapolis-area executives are struggling to keep their compensation at last yearâ??s levels â?? which were no improvement over 2006. Thatâ??s the observation of compensation specialist Debi Muelller, a partner in the human relations firm HR Dimensions. â??At best, itâ??s flat,â?? says Mueller...
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Att. shoppers: explicit material

Bruce Hetrick
July 2, 2008
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My just-over-the-cubicle-wall colleagues at Indiana Lawyer reported yesterday that Judge Sarah Evans Barker "threw out a new Indiana law requiring bookstores and other retailers to register with the state and pay a $250 fee if they want to sell...
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Fun with renderings & Walmart

Cory Schouten
July 1, 2008
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Check out the proposed look for Brothers Bar & Grill in Broad Ripple (reported here in December). Keystone Construction has been awarded the...
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'Wall*E': Quality as business plan

Bruce Hetrick
July 1, 2008
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"Quality is the best business plan of all." So Pixar chief John Lasseter told the L.A. Times. And the combination of reading that statement and seeing Pixar's remarkable "Wall*E" last night gives me hope for, well, everything. I'm not going to...
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Impressions of settling lawsuits

July 1, 2008
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Eli Lilly and Co. settled its racial discrimination lawsuit yesterday for $64,000, ending a claim by an employee who alleged the company fired her because she was disfigured through exposure to a blood pathogen. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission...
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Hill's NBA success boosts IUPUI

Cory Schouten
July 1, 2008
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Despite George Hill’s departure for the National Basketball Association, IUPUI men’s basketball coach Ron Hunter said the program is far from dead. When Hill left—despite having one year of eligibility remaining—many hoops experts predicted...
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