Indianapolis Business Journal


The owner of the mostly vacant AT&T building downtown has scrapped its plans to redevelop the 20-story tower and is putting it on the market without an asking price, Scott Olson reports. Also in this week’s IBJ, Anthony Schoettle explains how changes to the NFL Combine will boost its impact on Indianapolis this year. And in A&E Etc., Mike Lopresti revisits the last true Cinderella story in Indiana’s single-class basketball era: the Delta Eagles’ 1997 championship game against the Bloomington North Cougars.

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Riverview embraces health care free-for-all

The county-owned hospital system has more than $100 million in ongoing projects, making it one of the biggest eras of growth in the history of Riverview, which opened its Noblesville hospital in 1951.

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College endowments suffer ‘lost decade’

Officials overseeing endowments at some of Indiana’s colleges and universities have cut back on spending, or are considering doing so, after struggling to grow their funds over the past decade.

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Creating quality crossroads of America

Our state and local roads and bridges touch the lives of most Hoosiers nearly every day and hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. What better statement to make to our taxpayers and our guests that Indiana takes care of our largest asset in an efficient and quality manner, by taking care of our infrastructure. Due […]

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