Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 2-8, 2012

This week, read about a dispute between the developer and contractors working on a new FBI building in Indianapolis and see why former grocery exec Danny O'Malia is spending a lot of time with local sports franchises. In Focus, find out where manufacturers are finding skilled workers. And in Forefront, columnists weigh in on the Legislature's increasingly rightward tilt.

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Startups launch apps to facilitate good deeds

Two startup firms, Cause.It LLC and Trensy LLC, have created tools that link charitable behavior and consumption. Like the hit app Foursquare, the newcomers encourage users to “check in” when they show up at events or complete activities so they can earn rewards offered by local businesses.

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Veteran Deloitte managing partner retiring

Michael Becher will leave the local office of the accounting firm after a 36-year career, including 20 years as its leader. He’ll be succeeded by Mary Boelke, who’ll becomes just one of two female managing partners among the city’s top 20 accounting firms.

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