Indianapolis Business Journal

FEBRUARY 8-14, 2010

This week, see what lofty goal Scale Computing's CEO has set for the upstart tech firm and find out how a new city program is trying to help ex-offenders land jobs. Also, columnist Ed Feigenbaum takes a look at what's on tap for the second half of the legislative session, and Lou Harry takes readers on an A&E road trip to Cincinnati and Muncie.

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Steak n Shake changing its name, moving HQ to Texas

Indianapolis is on the verge of losing one of its most prominent public companies. The Steak n Shake Co. is planning to
change its name to Biglari Holdings Inc. and move its headquarters to San Antonio. The Steak n Shake restaurant chain would retain a presence in Indianapolis.

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WellPoint: More employers involved in provider talks

Employer activism is on the rise when it comes to keeping hospitals honest in their negotiations with health insurers.
Executives at Indianapolis-based WellPoint say more employers are airing their displeasure when hospital
systems ask for double-digit reimbursement increases.

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Billboard decision was defiant

[In the Jan. 4 issue], IBJ covered the State Fair board’s decision to permit a digital billboard at the
Fairgrounds on Fall Creek Parkway. One of the opening lines, “Take that, Indianapolis” in the article was apt.

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