Investment banker John Reed had the foresight to move from the East Coast to Indiana just as a change in state law unleashed a tidal wave of bank mergers. He and his wife are retiring to Colorado to be closer to family.
Schenck's wife, Becky, was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in 2006 and told she had only 12 to 15 months to live. She defied the odds and lived 10 years beyond her prognosis—time together Steve cherishes and wouldn’t trade for anything.
With voters set to choose a new president and Congress in six days, the Federal Reserve will likely keep a low profile when it ends a meeting Wednesday to try to ensure it doesn't become part of the debate at the close of a tumultuous political campaign.
Financial institutions in central Indiana are increasingly rolling out services aimed at the 765,000 Hoosier households who have no banking relationship or have accounts but also use alternative financial services such as check-cashing shops.