Indianapolis Business Journal

AUGUST 13-19, 2012

This week, find out why fast-growing Slingshot SEO is changing course and take video peek at the City Market catacombs. In Focus, read about in-house attorneys' newfound respect. And in A&E, Lou Harry tries something new at the Indiana State Fair—food that isn't fried.

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Alzheimer’s quest puts Lilly to test

Odds are long that Eli Lilly and Co.’s leading Alzheimer’s drug will show positive results when its Phase 3 trial results are released within a few weeks, but even the smallest improvement in the cognitive impairment of test patients would be a home run for Lilly.

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Super Bowl bid might spur new downtown hotel

Downtown is short of the four- and five-star hotel rooms preferred by National Football League sponsors and partners for a 2018 Super Bowl host, but local tourism officials are hesitant to add more hotel space just to secure a second Super Bowl.

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United Way’s Annala planning ambitious final months

Ellen Annala has less than a year to lead United Way of Central Indiana through a multimillion-dollar fundraising campaign and launch a five-year strategy. At the same time, the not-for-profit’s board has its own challenge: finding someone to take over when Annala retires April 1.

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Benner again misses mark

Once again, Bill Benner [July 30] misses a key point in the NCAA’s handling of Penn State when he applauds the NCAA’s “courage and swift response” in his hypothetical reaction to it being his son subjected to sodomy in the Penn State locker room showers.

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Dog treat startup wins challenge

Self-proclaimed “foodie” Sherri Campbell knew she was onto something when she started making frozen treats for her three dogs, but even she didn’t expect to win the inaugural Hottest Kitchen Entrepreneur Challenge.

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MCCOY Inc. champions the positive difference of youth through leadership on key issues and supports the youth-worker community.

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