Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 7-13, 2014

In this week’s issue, Anthony Schoettle examines how private colleges like Notre Dame could feel the impact of a groundbreaking labor ruling that classifies student athletes as employees. Also in IBJ, J.K. Wall explains how IU Health has been able to spread its in-house surgical talent outside the state. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry explores how Eskenazi Hospital has made contemporary art a hallmark of its interior design.

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Stations take news wars into wee hours

WTHR-TV Channel 13 recently stole a page from WXIN-TV Channel 59’s winning playbook by adding a 4 a.m. newscast. WXIN pioneered the ultra-early trend locally in 2009. But with a second station now on at 4 a.m., who is watching television at that hour?

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MORRIS: Welcome to a clean and walkable city

I love this time of year, when downtown streets get busy and crowded with happy visitors enjoying themselves. And, of course, they’re happy when they spend money—which is good for business! It’s great for the city and a welcome relief for local businesses looking to make the cash register ring after struggling through a brutal winter

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Kudos for Morris

I was really pleased to see Greg Morris’ [March 24] comments on Jim Irsay’s situation. Morris put in proper perspective a person’s worth and contribution versus one’s behavior.

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Support for Irsay

Thank you so much for a caring [Morris column, March 24] showing, and indeed seeking, support for Jim Irsay, the man.

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Autism magazine to stage fundraiser

Noblesville-based Autism Companion Magazine will bring television actress Holly Robinson Peete to give the main speech at the first Have A Heart for Autism dinner on April 23 at the Indianapolis Colts Pavilion, 7001 W. 56th St.

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