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.