Skjodt plotting $25 million sports complex

September 20, 2014
Paul Skjodt, owner of the now-dormant Indiana Ice hockey team, has secured an option on 92 acres in a busy northwest-side corridor for a $25 million multi-use sports complex.More.

The Interview Issue: Tanya Bell

September 27, 2014
When Tanya Bell became Indiana Black Expo CEO in 2008, she said she would be a change agent, a tough job when running an organization with deep roots.More.

Leaders regroup after setback for domestic violence shelter

September 25, 2014
Community leaders pushing to open a domestic violence shelter in Hamilton County are regrouping after a key partner opted to step back into a supporting role.More.

NFP of NOTE: Teachers’ Treasures

September 20, 2014
Teachers' Treasures helps at-risk children get the materials they need to succeed in school by providing teachers with donated educational supplies for use by the students in their classroom.More.

School of Philanthropy at IUPUI appoints new dean

September 8, 2014
Indiana University has found a successor to Gene Tempel, who is set to step down as dean of the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI. The position will be funded through the newly created Eugene R. Tempel Deanship.More.
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  1. Toyota adding 180 jobs at Indiana factory

  2. Area homebuilding permits hit August decline

  3. FDA set to review testosterone-boosting drug usage

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

  5. UPDATE: Indiana rail upgrade decision expected this fall

  6. Local mayors tout plan for Red Line transit route

  7. BMV announces overcharges of about $29 million

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

  9. Caterpillar chief: Indiana growing more competitive

  10. Dems block funding for preschool plan as meeting erupts

  11. Purdue set to dedicate new engineering hall

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

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

  14. Effort to unify Marion County school calendars fails

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

  16. GIPC taps Indy Chamber exec as new director

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

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

  19. Indiana asks tollway firm to prove financial stability

  20. Abortion-related complaints filed against doctors

  21. USDA approves new modified corn, soybean seeds

  22. Anderson bridge replacement denied federal money

  23. Examiner appointed in HDG Mansur bankruptcy case

  24. 30 counties to be reimbursed for snow storm costs

  25. Testosterone drugs need study on heart risks, FDA panel says

  26. State energy trade association replaces longtime leader

  27. Wal-Mart targeted by lawsuit for local PCB discovery

  28. 'The Voice' winner goes to Broadway's 'Pippin'

  29. Volatile apartment sector reduces U.S. home building

  30. LOU'S VIEWS: Actors Theatre creates a loverly ‘My Fair Lady’

  31. DINING: Washington Street staple rises again under new name

  32. Domestic violence activist, state disagree on deal

  33. Indiana settles DCS adoption suit for $15 million

  34. New state panel begins review of professional licenses

  35. Obamacare enrollment at 7.3 million people, official says

  36. FDA approves Eli Lilly's injectable diabetes drug

  37. Second solar farm slated for Indy airport

  38. State unemployment rate slips to 5.8 percent

  39. Current to add Geist to growing newspaper stable

  40. Indiana could be top state for school vouchers

  41. ITT shares plunge 35 percent after SEC threatens action

  42. Former GIPC leader gets 2 years of home detention

  43. Embattled Indiana Rep. Turner to resign after elections

  44. Council should pass Ballard preschool plan

  45. Cut casinos loose to fend for themselves

  46. Commercial Real Estate Power Breakfast transcript

  47. New warehouses in Indianapolis area cater to consumers

  48. HOHMANN: Whatever happened to the fab 16 Tech?

  49. ROBINSON: Downtown vacancies will plunge soon

  50. Second-quarter commercial real estate statistics for Indianapolis

  51. NFP of NOTE: Teachers’ Treasures

  52. Accolades all around as Allison owners exit

  53. MORRIS: Commercial real estate has an energy we haven't seen in awhile

  54. Manager of Cultural Trail plans HQ project

  55. LOPRESTI: For a letter to Coach Knight, a few possible additions

  56. Startup prodigy Jaramillo started at age 7

  57. Hilbert-Menard legal brawl showing no sign of let-up

  58. People in the news - Sept. 22, 2014

  59. Hicks: Traditional economic development doesn't work

  60. Skarbeck: A new type of index fund is gaining investor interest

  61. Records - Sept. 22, 2014

  62. Skjodt plotting $25 million sports complex

  63. Lean years loom for Capital Improvement Board

  64. One Click prunes e-commerce sites, launches eyewear brand

  65. KENNEDY: The age of propaganda

  66. VIEWPOINT: Don’t delay Pence’s health plan

  67. EDITORIAL: Pre-K opposition smells political

  68. New Indiana Toll Road operator due amid bankruptcy

  69. Manning: Pot helping pizza business; Daniels 'could have been' president

  70. Indiana pension fund assets grow to record high

  71. Indiana gun permit applications moving online

  72. Neighbors file suit to block 2,000-hog facility

  73. U.S. home sales snap 4-month streak of gains

  74. Apple: iPhone 6 models break company sales record

  75. Dwindling traffic led to bankruptcy filing, toll road operator says

  76. People

  77. Company news

  78. Meijer planning to build store in Glendale area

  79. IU Health to bypass Indy next year on Obamacare exchange

  80. Democratic opponent calls Turner 'ghost' candidate

  81. More funds earmarked for domestic violence programs

  82. Council Dems say they're pushing preschool debate into 2016

  83. Sales/acquisitions

  84. Leases/leasing contracts

  85. People

  86. Prolific Fletcher Place developer tackling another project

  87. Court suspends ex-bar association treasurer's license

  88. Purdue: More students staying in, finishing school

  89. LDI acquisition could be latest springboard for growth

  90. Local money manager settles proxy fight, wins board seat

  91. Investors plan $6M Grand Park Fieldhouse in Westfield

  92. Angie's List to pay $2.8M in membership-fee settlement

  93. Solana apartment complex sells for $60.5 million

  94. ExactTarget parent wants to build office tower in Indianapolis

  95. Indiana Toll Road operator set for short bankruptcy

  96. State's way of paying public defenders debated

  97. Indiana’s use of renewable energy up over past decade

  98. White takes next step in hoops career, becomes Fever coach

  99. More insurers to offer health law plans next year

  100. MacAllister Machinery plans $44.5 million headquarters

  101. New IPS teacher contract includes performance bonuses

  102. Report: Indiana high court heard 80 cases in last year

  103. Demo

  104. New area code on tap for Indianapolis region

  105. Lykins stepping down as Citizens CEO in 2015

  106. Jimmy John’s says hacker stole credit-card data at 216 stores

  107. Major Health to put new $89 million hospital along I-74

  108. Tony Stewart won't face charges in deadly crash

  109. Indiana preschool pilot to begin in 4 counties

  110. Big-money donors play in quiet 2014 state election cycle

  111. DeLaney asks for tougher rules after ethics conflict

  112. Rise in bed sores pushes state medical errors to new high

  113. Trucking companies raise wages as driver shortage grows

  114. Second suit filed over Wal-Mart PCB contamination

  115. Leaders regroup after setback for domestic violence shelter

  116. Advocates seek action on Indiana Medicaid plan

  117. Digital marketing convention leaving Indy for New York

  118. Experts: Telemedicine can bridge mental health gap

  119. When will corporate travel come back?

  120. Program gets $1 million federal grant to mentor ex-cons

  121. Purdue incentive compensation undecided for Daniels

  122. Indiana unemployment agency wins anti-fraud grant

  123. Finish Line shares fall after quarterly results miss mark

  124. Access counselor doubts city's need for secrecy on RFP

  125. Indiana's goal: Use data to reimagine education

  126. Ambrose plans $90M distribution development in Plainfield

  127. IU Health CFO: 3 years to go in difficult transition

  128. Local Kmart closings part of Sears' ongoing woes

  129. Few flights resume after Chicago fire throws air traffic for loop

  130. Not your typical corporate retreat spots

  131. People in the news - Sept. 29, 2014

  132. The Interview Issue: Lewis Ferebee

  133. The Interview Issue: Quick Takes

  134. The Interview Issue: Jeffrey Johnson

  135. The Interview Issue: Angela Braly

  136. The Interview Issue: Peter Rusthoven

  137. The Interview Issue: Karen Ferguson

  138. The Interview Issue: Jeff Smulyan

  139. The Interview Issue: Ron Ellis

  140. The Interview Issue: Tanya Bell

  141. The Interview Issue: Christine Altman

  142. The Interview Issue: Richard Lugar

  143. The Interview Issue: Glenn Lyon

  144. The Interview Issue: Peter Wilt

  145. The Interview Issue: Doug Boles

  146. The Interview Issue: Tony Bennett

  147. The Interview Issue: Maria Quintana

  148. The Interview Issue: Mitch Daniels

  149. The Interview Issue: Stanley Kahn

  150. The Interview Issue: Joseph Kernan

  151. The Interview Issue: Sarah Taylor

  152. The Interview Issue: Scott Newman

  153. The Interview Issue: Amp Harris

  154. The Interview Issue: Mike Cunningham

  155. The Interview Issue: Michael Feinstein

  156. The Interview Issue: Matt Tully

  157. The Interview Issue: Mark Emmert

  158. The Interview Issue: Scott Pelath

  159. The Interview Issue: Jim Hallett

  160. The Interview Issue: Denver Hutt

  161. Conversations with a spectrum of big thinkers

  162. State turns to tech for deeper, speedier data analysis

  163. Camp Atterbury ready for large groups of soldiers

  164. Former workers file suit against state lawmaker

  165. NiSource to split into two publicly traded companies

  166. Reservoir talk not moving Mounds shopping mall

  167. Indiana farm fatalities continue downward trend

  168. ATM, overdraft fees keep climbing, bank survey says

  169. Food distributor to open natural-gas fueling station

  170. Coalition announces legislative agenda aimed at public fraud

  171. Company news

  172. People

  173. Washington Square Mall losing biggest tenant

  174. Should Endocyte abandon a cancer drug that works?

  175. Veteran investment banker switches firms late in game

  176. Cook CEO tops list of richest Hoosiers

  177. Tax caps have greatest impact for rental-property, farm owners

  178. High demand for road salt pushes costs up for state, city

  179. RV industry shipments on best pace since 2007

  180. Developer plans 4-story addition to Mass Ave office building