Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 1-7, 2013

This week, forget about partisan bickering on Obamacare and read about how three Indianapolis businesses will approach insuring their employees when reform takes effect. Anthony Schoettle reports on an ambitious plan to overhaul the management teams for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and IndyCar Series. In Focus, learn about how the massive Chrysler and General Motors plants in Kokomo are taking different paths to prosperity. Also in this issue is IBJ's annual Golf & Travel Magazine, with the lowdown on nearly every course in the state and a report on how the 2012 drought has heated up competition. And in Forefront, take a front seat to the debate over how the state Republican party will handle its newly dominant position in Indiana politics.

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Crunching the numbers on Obamacare

The biggest changes from President Obama’s 2010 health reform law take effect nine months from now, so many Hoosier employers have started crunching detailed numbers to cost out their options.

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Miles hits throttle on overhaul for IndyCar, IMS

Hulman & Co. CEO Mark Miles is revving up an ambitious plan to overhaul the IndyCar Series and Indianapolis Motor Speedway management team. He wants to develop a revenue-sharing plan that assures the series and the tracks that host its races are motivated to roll in the same direction.

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OpinionBack to Top

WILLIAMS: Cost-cutting obsession is myopic

Often with great pride, elected officials and those seeking elective office exclaim that Indiana is a paragon of fiscal probity and that bountiful state reserves demonstrate the caliber of Hoosier leadership.

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Biologics misunderstood

In “Profits at center of biosimilars debate” [March 18], the author refers to attempted copies of biotech medicines as “generic biotech medicines.” This demonstrates a fundamental misunderstanding of biosimilars.

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In BriefBack to Top

PROXY CORNER: ITT Educational Services

Carmel-based ITT Educational Services Inc. provides technology-oriented, post-secondary education, including associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees as well as non-degree programs.

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