Indianapolis Business Journal

FEBRUARY 4-10, 2013

This week, meet the up-and-coming Indianapolis leaders selected for IBJ's "Forty Under 40" Class of 2013. Find profiles and video interviews with a group that includes designers, doctors, professors, lawyers, entrepreneurs, corporate executives and not-for-profit CEOs. Plus, we ask these serious people a silly question, uncovering some surprisingly revealing answers.

Front PageBack to Top

Jury selected in Marsh civil trial

Don Marsh, the former supermarket-chain CEO, went on trial in civil court Monday morning over millions of dollars in expenses he charged to the company. Proceedings got underway with attorneys selecting five men and four women for the jury before breaking for lunch.

Read More

Top StoriesBack to Top

Glass company faces more fines for safety violations

The state wants to fine Pilkington North America $231,000 following another round of safety concerns at a Shelbyville factory. This is at least the third time in less than a year, and fourth time since 2010, that the state has stepped in to address problems at the plant.

Read More

OpinionBack to Top

EDITORIAL: Legislature isn’t in protection game

Try as we might, we just don't get it. Oh, we understand why liquor store owners don't want Indiana lawmakers to lift long-standing restrictions on Sunday alcohol sales. There's little doubt the state's ban on most carryout sales helps them manage costs and stave off competition from big-box retailers. They admit as much (among other rationale).

Read More

MAURER: Deli delight

I am proud to relate that Pawel Fludzinski, Ph.D. recently published his first crossword puzzle in The New York Times. Pawel has worked at Eli Lilly and Co. for more than 28 years with the last 20 years being in executive level leadership positions. He has a Ph.D. in synthetic organic chemistry, but never mind that: He shares with me a love for construction of crossword puzzles.

Read More

Cut some freshman sports

I am in total agreement with Benner’s [Jan. 7] suggestion of making incoming college freshmen ineligible for varsity sports.

Read More

Rusthoven was bigoted

Far from credible criticism of “the liberal media double standard,” I interpreted Peter Rusthoven’s [Jan. 21] opinion piece “Double Standards on Israel” as an exercise in the expression of bias and bigotry.

Read More

In BriefBack to Top