Opinion

Talking Points: What's the buzz on the Palladium, the opera and more?Restricted Content

September 4, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
IBJ's annual rundown of issues the A&E world will be obsessing about this year.
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MAURER: Kindness is a measure of successRestricted Content

September 4, 2010
Mickey Maurer

To create a disciplined investment philosophy, I evolved from my experience, “The Ten Essential Principles of Entrepreneurship that You Didn’t Learn in School.” Over the course of 10 columns, I will feature each of these essential principles. This is the fifth installment.

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MARCUS: The highs and lows of unemployment

September 4, 2010
Morton Marcus
Indiana’s unemployment rate in July was 10.1 percent—the 12th-highest of the 50 states. Nevada was running at 14.3 percent to lead the nation, while the lowest rate was 3.6 percent, in North Dakota. We’re much closer to the worst than we are to the best.
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MERHOFF: Regionalism according to Yoda

September 4, 2010
Mo Merhoff
How can we in central Indiana compete? We can build competitive regional clusters that provide what matters to businesses. An educated, affordable labor force. Dependable infrastructure. Quality-of-life amenities that appeal to today’s employees and tomorrow’s.
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LOU'S VIEWS: Painting the blues in Washington, D.C.

September 4, 2010
Lou Harry
Yes, my mission in Washington, D.C., was to deliver my daughter into the arms of academia. But with the chance to visit the Smithsonian, can you blame me for making an early exit from campus orientation?
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DINING: On the canal, the Left Bank Cafe is all right

September 4, 2010
Lou Harry
New eatery is close enough to the waters of the Central Canal that it should consider opening a gondola drive-through.
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BENNER: Conseco hosts what could be bloody good showRestricted Content

September 4, 2010
Bill Benner
My introduction to the raw reality of boxing left me with admiration for the physical skills necessary to be a fighter and the sheer toughness it takes to get into the ring. However, at the same time, being young and naïve, I was shaken by the brutality of the enterprise.
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WEB REVIEW: Find your address book perplexing? Consider Plaxo

September 4, 2010
Jim Cota
At heart, Plaxo is a manager for your address book (or Rolodex if you happen to be of a certain generation).
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HICKS: Trade unions strong when they work with biz

September 4, 2010
Mike Hicks
For labor unions to survive, they must follow the path of their more successful brethren in trade unions.
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Help our kids pursue degrees

September 4, 2010
Recent columns from Mickey Maurer (“Even CEOs need mentors,” Aug. 9) and Bruce Hetrick (“How to make the recession last forever,” Aug. 21) underscore important (and related) ideas, namely that everyone needs help and guidance to succeed, and that success in postsecondary education among our children is no longer an option.
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Don't blame UAW workers

September 4, 2010
It seems that all the pundits from Rush Limbaugh to the World Socialist Website have entered the fray concerning the fate of the Indianapolis stamping plant, while the real culprits escape scrutiny and feign innocence.
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Making a difference, one child at a time

September 4, 2010
ReadUp is a response to the startling truth that more than 30 percent of our community’s fourth-graders are two or more years behind in reading.
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EDITORIAL: State education chief's agenda gets good grades

August 28, 2010
 IBJ Staff
Tony Bennett, the state’s superintendent of public instruction for nearly two years, deserves accolades for shoving education reform toward the top of Indiana’s agenda.
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MORRIS: When does this movie end?

August 28, 2010
Greg Morris
Lately, don’t you feel like yelling out the window on occasion, even just a little? You have to really look to find the good news today.
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LOU'S VIEWS: Beyond the Fringe

August 28, 2010
Lou Harry
Just going to Indy Fringe makes you a part of it. It’s difficult to be a passive observer during the 10-day event, which ends Sunday.
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DINING: Freshness a plus at Tony Sacco's Coal Oven Pizza

August 28, 2010
Lou Harry
The freshness in this freezer-free, microwave-free, fryer-free chain was evident in the sweetly delicious tomato sauce.
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MARCUS: Long-term plans require long-term promises

August 28, 2010
Morton Marcus
Economic development is a long-term proposition with uncertain benefits at a distant date. It is not just opening a plant or expanding an existing one.
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BASILE: For an in-state outing, you can bank on Wabash

August 28, 2010
Frank Basile
Instead of writing about some international location this time around, I thought I’d rediscover something near home: Wabash, southwest of Fort Wayne.
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KHARBANDA: Indiana can lead in shaping energy policy

August 28, 2010
Jesse Kharbanda
The United States has shown little leadership in finding solutions to global climate change.
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ALTOM: Do I need a cell phone that's hardy or handy?

August 28, 2010
Tim Altom
It’s time to change my cell phone, and that’s causing me a big problem. I have conflicting needs, and like everybody else in the business world, I can’t seem to reconcile them.
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HICKS: Most majors pay off, but some a lot more than othersRestricted Content

August 28, 2010
Mike Hicks
There is clearly something important about the totality of what is learned in college, but, if you want to apply all those upper-level classes in your major, you'd better study hard or pick the right field.
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BENNER: Hoosier Hysteria now wears pads and cleatsRestricted Content

August 28, 2010
Bill Benner
Although I am a full-blooded Hoosier with basketball as part of my DNA, football—and football season—has become the part of the sports calendar I look forward to most.
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No to meter hikes

August 28, 2010
[In response to the Aug. 16 editorial] Now has come the time that I will no longer be able to support downtown. I will miss it dearly!
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Museums can't change canal alone

August 28, 2010
As a longtime downtown resident and property owner, and frequent user of the Central Canal, I read with great interest the [Aug. 16] article “Missing the action: Museums struggle to capture foot traffic from busy canal."
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EDITORIAL: GM dispute deserves vote

August 21, 2010
It’s puzzling to us that leaders of the United Auto Workers Local 23 are against members even casting a vote on the proposed takeover of GM's Indianapolis metal-stamping plant by Illinois-based J.D. Norman Industries.
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