Indianapolis Business Journal

DECEMBER 12-18, 2011

This week, see what folks are saying about the city's new "outdoor room" along Georgia Street and find out how state transportation officials are trying to speed up roadwork. In A&E, Lou Harry shares his thoughts on holiday entertainment. And in Forefront, Indiana gubernatorial candidates spell out their jobs plans.

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New road contracts are built for speed

A bidding method being used more often by the state is likely to reduce misery for motorists and merchants in the path of a highway project. Project completion time is now a major consideration in reviewing road-work bids that were traditionally evaluated almost entirely on cost.

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Children’s Choir made memories

Greg Morris’ [Dec. 5 column ] about the Indianapolis Children’s Choir relates many of its extraordinary accomplishments during the last 25 years, but its performances during the 7th FINA World Swimming Championships in Conseco Fieldhouse in 2004 need special attention.

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Insurers losing fight with hospitals

While I certainly support increases in transparency of cost and quality, I wonder why insurance companies need to resort to gimmicks [“Insurers Push Comparison Shopping,” Nov. 28].

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PROXY CORNER: MainSource Financial Group

Greensburg-based MainSource Financial Group is the holding company for MainSource Bank, which has 80 offices spread across 31 counties in Indiana, three counties in Illinois, three counties in Kentucky and two counties in Ohio.

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