Indianapolis Business Journal

DECEMBER 17-23, 2012

This week, see how not-for-profit Citizens Energy rewarded CEO Carey Lykins after the city utilities merger, and read about a locally made stuffed monster that aims to teach kids to be kind. In Focus, find out what has state Republicans clashing even before the Legislature convenes. And Forefront columnists weigh in on Mitch Daniels' place in history.

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Angie’s List alters pay formula for huge sales force

In a move to improve cash flow by an estimated $10 million a year, Angie’s List is changing the way it pays its sales staff. Salespeople compose at least 600 of the more than 1,000 employees at Angie’s, which publishes consumer reviews of plumbers, pet groomers and other service providers.

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Citizens should oppose Leucadia project

I was disappointed that the IBJ didn’t cover the ongoing issue of the proposed Leucadia coal-to-gas plant and the role that Citizens Energy could play in preventing the construction of this project.

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Don’t abandon tax pledges

I’m extremely troubled by some members of the Republican Party recently saying that they will not honor their promises not to raise taxes on the American people.

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Morris columns eloquent

I have appreciated several of the columns Greg Morris has written about the leadership of Gov. Daniels and Tony Bennett.

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