Indianapolis Business Journal

DEC. 21-27, 2018

IndyReads, the adult literacy not-for-profit founded in 1988, has entered a new chapter after years of steeping in red ink. Finishing his second year as CEO, Ryan King has turned around its finances and significantly altered its teaching model, Lindsey Erdody reports. Also in this week’s issue, Samm Quinn reports that while Fishers officials are eager to make progress on the proposed Nickel Plate Trail, Noblesville isn’t showing anywhere near the same kind of enthusiasm for its portion of the trail. And John Russell explains how consumers can prepare for a new requirement that hospitals publicly list their prices for a wide variety of procedures—although the price they pay might be different.

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Letter: Pacers should pay for fieldhouse fix-up

When the Pacers can pay their players an average salary approaching 10 figures (that’s $10 million yearly, folks!), I think they should be able to fund any improvements to the facility where they play their home games.

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