Indianapolis Business Journal

AUGUST 4-10, 2014

This week, see what a Minnesota developer has planned for a 15-story building across the street from Bankers Life Fieldhouse downtown and find out why Center Township's trustee was driving a car with with police plates.  In Focus, check out ways banks are trying to appeal to wary millennials. And in A&E, see what our review crew thought of the new Yolk eatery in CityWay.

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New TV deals to provide huge cash infusion for Colts

The NFL’s new contracts with CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN—which take effect this month—are set to deliver each of the league’s 32 teams a $27 million bump in national television revenue, according to sources familiar with the deals.

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Pence, gay marriage and media bias

The notion that Pence put gay marriage in “legal limbo” is fanciful. The limbo is due to the legal situation, with one court striking down the law, gay couples getting married before the stay, and no one knowing how the case will come out.

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Kim: Navy SEAL’s training provides life lessons

Admiral William H. McRaven, a Navy SEAL and commander of U.S. Special Operations Command, spoke this May to the graduating class of his alma mater, the University of Texas at Austin, with advice on “if you want to change the world.”

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HALO startup funding surpasses $20 million mark

HALO reached the $20 million milestone after pumping nearly $1.5 million in the first half of 2014 into mobile app developer Bluebridge Digital, contract-research firm AIT Bioscience, threat-intelligence firm Emerging Threats and sales-automation software firm TinderBox.

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PROXY CORNER: Duke Realty Corp.

Indianapolis-based Duke Realty Corp. is a real estate investment trust that offers leasing, property and asset management, development, construction, build-to-suit and other tenant services.

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