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LEADING QUESTIONS: Mainstreet CEO masters efficiency

February 27, 2013
LQ_Turner_WatchVideo MainstreetWhat are Zeke Turner's top five strategies for keeping his work week under 40 hours? Do you really need work e-mail on your smart phone? What's it like to take a company public? The real estate exec has answers.More.

LEADING QUESTIONS: Mind Trust CEO takes stock of IPS reform proposal

January 11, 2013
LQ_David_Harris_mind_Trust_WatchVideoWhat exactly does The Mind Trust do? What happened to its report on remaking IPS? Do you need teaching experience to reform education? David Harris has answers.More.

Rewind: IBJ.com's 10 most popular videos of 2012

December 19, 2012
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                                    video iconZipping from the Super Bowl Village to a federal fraud trial, IBJ counts down its most-watched online videos in a year of triumph and retribution.More.

LEADING QUESTIONS: Community guru preps new HQ

November 16, 2012
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LEADING QUESTIONS: GOP pillar reflects on party, mentors and Legislature

October 23, 2012
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                                    Murray Clark Watch VideoHow deep are the roots in J. Murray Clark's political family tree? What still stings from the former state GOP chairman's tenure? How does he view the party today? What about fundraising tips? Clark has answers.More.
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  1. Flurry of new laws set to take effect in Indiana

  2. Officials: Indiana's limestone industry on upswing

  3. Manchester University exceeds $100 million target

  4. Obama taps business exec to oversee troubled VA

  5. GOP bucking business priorities on Capitol Hill

  6. Justices: Some employers don't have to cover birth control

  7. High court: Public union can't make nonmembers pay fees

  8. People

  9. UPDATE: Butler warns students, staff, alums of data breach

  10. Company news

  11. Tech firm plans 400 jobs in Kokomo, Carmel

  12. Report: Indiana boasts four nation-leading life sciences clusters

  13. Concerns raised over possible rate hike for electric cars

  14. INDOT chooses Chicago firm for Amtrak line

  15. Indy lands huge volleyball event with $59M impact

  16. Obama lauds former CEO as right choice to fix VA

  17. Indiana requests new No Child Left Behind waiver

  18. Local software startup plans expansion, 74 hires

  19. Leases/leasing contracts

  20. People

  21. Rates

  22. Construction

  23. Key aide to Pence heading back to private sector

  24. New Under Armour line excites Notre Dame fans

  25. New airport-area hotel will be rarity in market

  26. Ex-Center Township Trustee official faces charges

  27. Medical device maker to hire 112 in Plainfield

  28. Supreme Court lets other birth-control cases stand

  29. State firms up crowdfunding rules for businesses

  30. Kite completes $1.2B Inland acquisition

  31. Counties worry about cost of criminal code changes

  32. Ex-Center Township trustee official charged with theft

  33. Kellogg steps down from executive post with Pacers

  34. Pence tells feds that HIP 2.0 has broad support

  35. Kentucky same-sex marriage ban tossed by federal judge

  36. Hicks: Rulings limit state power, embrace freedom

  37. Vectren selling its coal-mining subsidiary for $296M

  38. Work resumes at Indiana GM plant after fatal explosion

  39. Good Earth avoids $1M judgment over Broad Ripple project

  40. ITT Educational says access to student-loan funds in danger

  41. CNO upgraded by S&P after divesting insurance unit

  42. Book publisher plans 313 distribution jobs in Indiana

  43. Telemon unit acquires automotive manufacturer

  44. Afghanistan subcontractor cheated workers, suit says

  45. Kokomo doctor gets 2 years for overprescribing

  46. U.S. employment rises more than expected

  47. IU students get more information, borrow less

  48. Plant shutdown date sparks fight between IPL, grid operator

  49. Dow Jones index tops 17,000 after strong jobs report

  50. Express Scripts cuts payments for customized drugs

  51. Latest plan for natatorium includes IUPUI expansion

  52. Tricky transition: Pillows balance family, business as son preps to take over

  53. RACE: The Indy travel experience: Is improvement in sight?

  54. LOPRESTI: Miller’s Butler team, and its venue, are a work in progress

  55. RUSTHOVEN: Things you don’t know about Hobby Lobby

  56. MOSELEY: A new way to finance college

  57. Autistic children still denied benefits

  58. DINING: Pub brings Irish fare to Mass Ave

  59. LOU'S VIEWS: A bang and a whimper end two trilogies

  60. Durham victims wait and wait, as quest for cash continues

  61. PROXY CORNER: NiSource Inc.

  62. Records - July 7, 2014

  63. MAURER: Upon reflection, some personal advice

  64. EDITORIAL: Choose roadwork based on need, not politics

  65. Milhaus starts project in Oklahoma City

  66. Tech firms get chance to pitch investors

  67. Airport memorial planned for Col. Harvey “Weir” Cook

  68. Ambrose snags vacancy-plagued Meridian Street property

  69. Ex-Hoosier funnels millions back home to local tech firms

  70. People in the news - July 7, 2014

  71. Kim: Investors fleeing market as stocks hit record highs

  72. State sits on prime downtown property near Statehouse

  73. Indy Chamber fights shrinking membership

  74. Obamacare generates windfall for insurers

  75. Small colleges using lacrosse to attract monied students from East Coast

  76. Developer pulls plug on $300M Tipton wind farm

  77. Quest for development grant sparks infighting in Nashville

  78. MISO data breach latest in hackers’ efforts to reach power grid

  79. Pence, Ritz seek federal dollars without strings

  80. ITT Educational, rivals wrestle with tougher regulation

  81. Web startup Bookit planning expansion

  82. Program preps students to teach at high-need schools

  83. People

  84. Company news

  85. First Financial nabbing new hub, closing 3 branches

  86. UPDATE: State financing $250M for Interstate 69 segment

  87. New Obamacare rule could boost WellPoint

  88. Transfer of Anderson gym awaits additional approval

  89. UPDATE: Deal set in ex-schools chief Bennett's ethics case

  90. UPDATE: Indiana vanity plate fight could go to Legislature

  91. INDOT staffer in ethics case seeks new work

  92. Leases/leasing contracts

  93. Rates

  94. Construction

  95. For-profit educator closing 12 campuses in 11 states

  96. Multifamily projects abound in Chatham Arch, Lockerbie

  97. Hoosier Environmental Council opposes dam on White River

  98. Sales/acquisitions

  99. Greensburg factory to invest $28M, add 250 workers

  100. NCAA seeks injury reduction with fewer full-contact practices

  101. Carmel developer sinks $66M into four senior communities

  102. Duke unloads office buildings for $150M, report says

  103. New IU office aims to boost graduation rates

  104. Education battle flares between Ritz, Pence

  105. Group backs out of deal for Anderson's Wigwam

  106. Indiana utility proposes 5 solar facilities in 2 states

  107. Jarden Corp. unit plans HQ in Fishers

  108. Government made $100B in improper payments in 2013

  109. State aims to raise post-secondary education attainment

  110. Profit dips for Emmis despite boost from new stations

  111. UPDATE: Hoosier roots keep Jarden Home HQ in Indiana

  112. HHGregg ditches ad campaign, returns to former agency

  113. Former Heartland CEO shifts gaze to distressed neighborhoods

  114. Indiana agencies told to ignore gay marriages

  115. Education board measures would curb Ritz's powers

  116. Pence headed to United Kingdom for trade trip

  117. Panel recommends highway projects, indexed gas tax

  118. NCAA president grilled by Senate committee

  119. Dozens of brewers, wineries set for Indiana State Fair

  120. Chicago firm closes on $120M acquisition of Precedent park

  121. WellPoint CEO: Insurer preparing for technology wave

  122. UPDATE: Bennett accepts $5,000 fine in ethics settlement

  123. Relics from investigated collection on display

  124. Agriculture industry seeks to create right to farm

  125. INDOT executive Woodruff gets OK to negotiate for job

  126. Feds putting Comcast-Time Warner deal under close scrutiny

  127. City to barricade Broad Ripple street to help curb violence

  128. ExactTarget acquisition boosted Indy's tech mojo, local execs say

  129. Butler to build new residence hall, parking garage

  130. Owner of controversial Geist billboard sues city

  131. Chicago-made medical gel wins Innovation Showcase pitch contest

  132. James spurns Miami, returns to Cleveland Cavaliers

  133. Ball State hires prosecutor to review investment fraud

  134. ACLU asks fed attorney to recognize Indiana gay marriages

  135. Stats don't tell full story

  136. Indiana needs film incentives

  137. Duo creating waves in older Indianapolis neighborhoods

  138. Bloomington now requiring visual standards for chains

  139. Combatants in grocery feud are finally making peace

  140. WellPoint stock ascends to a record $110 per share

  141. MORRIS: Indianapolis' problems belong to all of us

  142. DINING: Pint Room taps into Carmel's burgeoning burger market

  143. Indiana Rail Road to speed up trains

  144. Democratic city-county councilors want police to live inside county

  145. People in the news - July 14, 2014

  146. Hicks: Indiana good, but not optimal, for small firms

  147. Skarbeck: Lots of reasons to avoid 'liquid-alt' mutual funds

  148. Commuting safely on bike can require counterintuitive behavior

  149. Fletcher Place gains destination status

  150. NFP of NOTE: Prevail Inc.

  151. Northern suburbs see blitz of apartment construction

  152. Sallie Mae spinoff Navient tries not to shrink

  153. LOU'S VIEWS: Indy International Film Fest 2014 flick picks

  154. Veteran private investigator steps up cyber sleuthing

  155. Records - July 14, 2014

  156. BRINEGAR: Indiana is still progressing too slowly

  157. LOPRESTI: Minor leagues are a home run across Hoosier state

  158. KENNEDY: We need to connect the civic dots

  159. EDITORIAL:Don't be careless with prime site

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