Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 11-17, 2016

Hoosiers have more than Donald Trump’s bellicose campaign rhetoric to consider when they vote in the Republican presidential primary. Trump has worked on several projects in Indiana, leaving behind big fans and detractors, Hayleigh Colombo reports. Also in this week’s IBJ, Scott Olson explores how the $1 billion Methodist Hospital revamp could spur a housing rush in the area. And Lindsey Erdody examines five major road projects with overlapping timelines along the I-69 corridor.

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IU Health transplant chief quits, citing rift

The top transplant surgeon at Indiana University Health, who built the program into one of the nation’s largest, has resigned, citing growing differences with hospital administration. Dr. Joseph Tector left IU Health on March 31 and has taken a position as professor of surgery at the University of Alabama School of Medicine. Tector He will […]

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