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INDIANAPOLIS BUSINESS JOURNAL

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NOV. 16-22, 2018

One of central Indiana’s oldest public companies—a trucking insurer long known as Baldwin & Lyons before its recent name change—has skidded into red ink and pursuing “potential strategic partnerships or transactions.” That’s often shorthand for a company putting itself up for sale, Susan Orr reports. Also in this issue, Anthony Schoettle examines how the city's most popular local radio stations tread the line between embracing deep-pocketed baby boomers while trying to entice a younger audience. And in the latest issue of IBJ’s Forefront magazine, our columnists weigh in on the toxicity of today’s political debate.

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Amazon bypasses Indy for massive logistics hub in Tennessee

Indianapolis is known as the Crossroads of America, but a site-selection expert said Amazon didn’t tell local officials that it was considering creating a 5,000-worker logistics and operations hub. Amazon has picked Nashville, Tennessee, for the hub, which will be the largest economic development deal in the state's history.
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Focus

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Opinion

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Dennis Sasso: On patriotism, religion, culture—and humanism

It is the documents and values that inspired and shaped American democracy—the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, the advocacy of civil rights and the ongoing vigilance to preserve and enhance our constitutional rights of equality and freedom—that I treasure.
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In Brief

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Forefront

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