Indianapolis Business Journal

AUGUST 22-28, 2011

This week, read about why Indianapolis event venues are anxiously awaiting news from the NFL and find out what state investigators are accusing a Fishers investment adviser of doing. In Focus, follow the money behind the state's education reform movement. And in Forefront,  see what Bill Taft has to say about the GOP and public infrastructure projects.

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Probe: Investment adviser Hauke masked huge loss

Fishers investment manager Keenan Hauke suffered massive losses in his hedge fund seven years ago. Then, rather than fess up, he generated fake account statements for clients that showed money they didn’t really have and returns they hadn’t earned, state investigators allege.

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Veteran banker Alley found Integra too sick to save

With reluctance, Mike Alley, a veteran Indianapolis banker, joined the board of Evansville-based Integra Bank in April 2009. A month later, he found himself CEO—the beginning of a 26-month odyssey that ended July 29 with banking regulators seizing and shutting down the 160-year-old institution.

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Tea Partiers blamed for doing right thing

I would suggest that letter writer Terry L. Monday (re: “Young’s debt vote cost Hoosiers dearly”) do a little more brushing up before slinging arrows at congressman Young or the Tea Party.

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