Indianapolis Business Journal

FEBRUARY 9-15, 2015

The arrival of Allegiant could spark a revival of leisure travel and help reverse a years-long decline in passengers at Indianapolis International Airport. Kathleen McLaughlin reports that more carriers could be coming. Also in this week’s paper, Anthony Schoettle details how the online lodging service Airbnb is establishing a foothold in Indianapolis and freaking out hoteliers across the country. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry reviews R2Go, the grab-and-go eatery concept from the founder of R bistro.

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Swarbrick suggests new model for athletics

In recent interviews with IBJ, University of Notre Dame Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick said he’d be willing to consider a model that allows student-athletes to profit from certain activities away from the field.

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‘No relief’ for law school enrollment slump

Just like at law schools across the nation, enrollment has fallen at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law at IUPUI and Valparaiso University Law School in northwest Indiana.

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WILLIAMS: Innovation lessons from Forty Under 40

There’s a lot to be said for surrounding one’s self with people smarter than you. Why? Because it’s really wise to do so. It is also wise to pay attention whenever a publication offers a list of advice from successful leaders. This year’s Forty Under 40 group is no exception.

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Pence’s HIP 2.0 sends lifeline to rural hospitals

With the approval of the Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0 waiver after months of negotiations, Gov. Pence and his administration are to be commended for their efforts to secure this innovative, affordable coverage program for those who need it most: our state’s working families.

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