Indianapolis Business Journal

FEBRUARY 1-7, 2010

This week, find out how a wireless bidding system is affecting charity fund-raising auctions and see why investors in Tim Durham's Fair Finance Co. are critical of U.S. Attorney Tim Morrison. Also, read about apartment developer J.C. Hart Co.'s $100 million bet on Hamilton County. And in A&E, check out what we thought of Recess, Greg Hardesty's new College Avenue restaurant.

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City of Greenwood might fund launch of insulin maker

Greenwood-based Zimmerman Biotechnologies LLC hopes to become the first company in the United States to make generic insulin,
a long-awaited development in diabetes treatment. The Greenwood Common Council on Feb. 1 will consider an $8.4 million deal
that would finance construction of an insulin factory, as well as help Zimmerman with FDA-approval and equipment expenses.

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These young achievers are going places

From hundreds of candidates, IBJ has identified 40 budding superstars from the central Indiana business community.
This year’s Forty Under 40 class is a high-flying group of achievers with careers ranging from
entrepreneur to corporate executive, attorney to not-for-profit leader, banker to Division I college basketball

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WIEGAND: Who’s monitoring home construction?

About 18 months ago, I watched as the entire exterior of an expensive condo on the Central Canal—originally
built in 1996—was rebuilt. Among the issues: There was no building paper (Tyvek) under the siding, treated lumber wasn’t
used on the exposed porches, and neither was there any drainage.

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Anyone can feel the power of mentoring

Your headline [on the Jan. 25 Viewpoint] said it all: “Find a mentor to make you better.” January was
national mentoring month to raise awareness of the power of mentoring, which is often thought of as valuable for youth.

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In BriefBack to Top

Not-for-profit of note

College Mentors for Kids Inc. motivates youth and communities to achieve their potential by fostering inspiration to transform lives, education to change attitudes, and connections to increase opportunities. College Mentors For Kids pairs children with local college students for weekly activities that expose them to the opportunities of higher education. College Mentors For Kids serves […]

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