New TV deals to provide huge cash infusion for Colts

August 2, 2014
The NFL’s new contracts with CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN—which take effect this month—are set to deliver each of the league’s 32 teams a $27 million bump in national television revenue, according to sources familiar with the deals.More.

Pete the Planner uses humor, straight talk to become media sensation

September 13, 2014
Peter Dunn, a prolific tweeter who appears on broadcast outlets as well as in The Indianapolis Star, hopes the release of six books in January further builds his profile.More.

Former WIBC news anchor Simpson lands new gig

September 11, 2014
Canned by WIBC in June, Steve Simpson will leave the Indianapolis market to anchor the morning news for Minneapolis' top news-talk station.More.

Nuvo enters Bloomington market, eyes other college towns

September 6, 2014
Nuvo has entered a long-abandoned market, Bloomington, and is eyeing other Indiana college towns, particularly Muncie and West Lafayette, for expansion. The alternative free weekly newspaper has been working on the plan for six months.More.

Indy Star will be carrying lots of baggage to new home

September 6, 2014
Revenue for Gannett's newspapers may continue to drift lower after the company breaks into two next year.More.
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  1. Pence fills opening on Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission

  2. State OKs rules to license teachers without education degrees

  3. Colts aim to stay course during Irsay's absence

  4. Lin Dunn's Hall of Fame career comes to an end

  5. State board settles open meetings suit, admits no guilt

  6. Indiana Legion set to dedicate new headquarters

  7. Lilly says new insulin fares better than rival's in late-stage tests

  8. Ex-Indiana Secretary of State White gets Internet show

  9. Mortgage firm to expand to Westfield, add 360 jobs

  10. Shapiro's to open restaurant in Fashion Mall

  11. Appeals court affirms all but two of Durham's convictions

  12. UPDATE: Court rules against gay marriage bans in Indiana, Wisconsin

  13. WTHR-TV ends fee dispute with DirecTV

  14. Court ruling over gay marriage sparks celebration, confusion

  15. NCAA asks for dismissal of 2 scholarship lawsuits

  16. UPDATE: Indiana Supreme Court hears right-to-work arguments

  17. Strong European sales goose Hurco's quarterly results

  18. Ritz asks for money to cover textbook costs

  19. Unemployment rate dips even as hiring slows

  20. Wabash National plans Frankfort factory, 100 jobs

  21. Obamacare tax rule that split appeals courts gets rehearing

  22. Bank to give homebuyers $15K for down payments

  23. Taxi drivers settle with Speedway over confiscated licenses

  24. Company news

  25. IndyCar race director leaving after three seasons

  26. Sticking it to commuters

  27. Pence owed apology

  28. Illegal means illegal

  29. Pence should stand tall

  30. Ideal owners needed for tricky north-side properties

  31. NFP of NOTE: Indianapolis Public Schools Education Foundation

  32. Lopresti: Time for the main course: NFL rivalries now in season

  33. Morris: Start with Art inspires again

  34. Indy Star will be carrying lots of baggage to new home

  35. Two downtown office towers changing hands

  36. People in the news - Sept. 8, 2014

  37. Hicks: Sluggish economy complicates forecasting

  38. Skarbeck: Risk measure stokes debate over merits of index funds

  39. Nuvo enters Bloomington market, eyes other college towns

  40. Insurer competition stiffens, but tax credits may shrink, on Obamacare exchanges

  41. LOU'S VIEWS: New/old Lichtenstein sculpture dominates IMA front yard

  42. As other WNBA teams struggle, Indiana Fever becomes model of stability

  43. Noblesville pursues cultural district designation

  44. DINING: In the outpost of Zionsville, a trailblazing Cowboy gets cooking

  45. Records - Sept. 8, 2014

  46. Beer distributor Monarch stepping up booze push

  47. IPL begins construction on $600M power plant

  48. HENDERSON: No, you can’t hide anymore

  49. KENNEDY: In the country of the blind

  50. EDITORIAL: Digital billboards could fill coffers

  51. Indiana works to avoid record-low election turnout

  52. Bed shortage forces shelters to turn victims away

  53. Purdue introduces competency degree program

  54. Pence's pivot to the middle annoys far-right base

  55. Electrolux to buy GE Appliances in $3.3B deal

  56. Former Butler President Bobby Fong dies at 64

  57. U.S. executives feeling tight-fisted about worker raises

  58. Treasury explores ways to limit profitability of overseas shifts

  59. Pence, other governors meet with Japanese trade officials

  60. Startup Companion Diagnostics trying to work through bankruptcy

  61. School of Philanthropy at IUPUI appoints new dean

  62. Court order keeps suspension of vanity plate sales

  63. Court: IURC erred in approving Duke fee hike

  64. Indianapolis council OKs public safety tax hike

  65. U.S.-Japan group calls for finishing trade pact

  66. Harlan Bakeries plans $13M expansion in Avon

  67. Leases/leasing contracts

  68. Rates

  69. Construction

  70. Veteran Colts beat writer Chappell joining WRTV

  71. Hardware association investing $4M to move downtown

  72. Feds OKs $1.8 million for health exchange helpers

  73. Kokomo council rejects ban on smoking in bars

  74. PGA Tour event returning to Crooked Stick

  75. Indiana appeals marriage ruling to U.S. Supreme Court

  76. Renault teams with Bollore to promote electric cars

  77. Ball State AD leaving for Marquette University

  78. Apple reveals iPhones with larger screens, smartwatch

  79. Deal may be near in Indiana stage collapse suit

  80. Pence says pricey new program will save money

  81. Simon Property CEO says ‘no deal’ in Australia after report

  82. Financial services firm to hire up to 153 in Castleton

  83. Hilton boutique hotel slated for renovated Consolidated Building

  84. Banner year for central Indiana crops nothing to bank on

  85. Lilly receives European marketing OK for new insulin

  86. Local lawyer among first to accept Bitcoin for services

  87. Indiana gives initial OK to off-site manure ponds

  88. Gay marriage backers want high court to step in

  89. Indiana auditor posts state assets online

  90. Accounting firm adding 100 jobs in South Bend

  91. Indiana State Police turn to online recruiting

  92. Paper companies sue over Indianapolis recycling deal

  93. Democrats raise doubts about Ballard’s preschool plan

  94. Former WIBC news anchor Simpson lands new gig

  95. Kroger quarterly results beat market expectations

  96. Community Health buys Hilton North for redevelopment

  97. HHGregg hires former Marsh exec as CFO

  98. Former Indy Chamber exec joins Old National

  99. Bub's Burgers planning $1.3M outpost in Fishers

  100. Plaza being built near state fairgrounds coliseum

  101. Bayh says no to 2016 run for Indiana governor

  102. Lilly cancer drug fares well in late-stage study

  103. Auto supplier plans $73.5M plant in Boone County

  104. Downtown office vacancies force landlords to get creative

  105. Lilly execs make pitch for local preschool education

  106. IU to provide business classes tailored to NFL players

  107. Melangton leaving Sports Corp. for IMS

  108. Remy to spend $32M to settle patent lawsuit

  109. Sports Corp., Speedway make way for new leadership

  110. Think long term for Asherwood’s future

  111. Kennedy criticized wrong interest group

  112. Data deluge prompts teacher colleges to extend training after graduation

  113. LOPRESTI: Gods of sport, our list of grievances knows no bounds

  114. MAURER: Roll up your sleeves for Indy Do Day

  115. PROXY CORNER: Biglari Holdings

  116. Local pair wages battle against Manhattan financier

  117. LOU'S VIEWS: Eiteljorg show evokes many stories

  118. DINING: Sandwich shop pleases with cheeses

  119. Records - Sept. 15, 2014

  120. People in the news - Sept. 15, 2014

  121. HICKS: Focus on shrinking the federal government

  122. KIM: Worlds of sports, finance continue to collide

  123. Hamilton County communities battle tax appeals

  124. Indy Star loses bevy of sports veterans

  125. Pete the Planner uses humor, straight talk to become media sensation

  126. State expands program excusing some workplaces from surprise inspections

  127. Entrepreneur to offer home brewing minus the hassle

  128. Crowdfunding site Localstake sees surge in deals

  129. CONTERNO: Attack diabetes epidemic together

  130. RUSTHOVEN: No dispute about civil illiteracy

  131. Unauthorized demolition of historic home sparks lawsuit

  132. Legislators to reconsider aid for struggling casinos

  133. 'Transparent' government often elusive for right and left

  134. Bloomington inventor's game explores origins of life

  135. DCS struggles to keep accurate caseload tally

  136. S&P report: Stagnant incomes threaten Indiana revenues

  137. Year wait expected for start of Wigwam work

  138. Liquidation not needed, developer HDG Mansur tells court

  139. Couple revamps old roadside motel into apartments

  140. Indy housing market stumbles to glum milestone

  141. Company news

  142. Stay issued in Indiana gay marriage ban case

  143. Recent wins worth $4B to Lilly market value

  144. Carmel developer pitching $150M Midtown plan

  145. Opus seeks tax breaks on $10.9M building near airport

  146. Sheriffs: Mentally ill people swamping Indiana jails

  147. Indiana reports increase in 2013 workplace deaths

  148. Lilly to pay AstraZeneca up to $500M in Alzheimer’s push

  149. Fishers mobile app developer lands $1M in VC funding

  150. Sales/acquisitions

  151. Leases/leasing contracts

  152. People

  153. Greenwood eyes more land for development along I-65

  154. Cummins selects firm to design downtown office building

  155. Simon spinoff plans $4.3B merger with Ohio mall firm

  156. Toyota adding 180 jobs at Indiana factory

  157. Area homebuilding permits hit August decline

  158. FDA set to review testosterone-boosting drug usage

  159. Traffic reporter, sales chief leave WISH ahead of CBS pullout

  160. UPDATE: Indiana rail upgrade decision expected this fall

  161. Local mayors tout plan for Red Line transit route

  162. BMV announces overcharges of about $29 million

  163. State Farm denied new trial on $14.5M defamation verdict

  164. Caterpillar chief: Indiana growing more competitive

  165. Dems block funding for preschool plan as meeting erupts

  166. Purdue set to dedicate new engineering hall

  167. Republic Airways makes $2.1B order for 50 jets

  168. FedEx to add 50,000 seasonal jobs as online demand rises

  169. Effort to unify Marion County school calendars fails

  170. Community Health plans $175M expansion of East facilities

  171. GIPC taps Indy Chamber exec as new director

  172. Fed signals plan to keep key rate at record low

  173. Kohl's plans surge in holiday hiring nationally, locally

  174. Indiana asks tollway firm to prove financial stability