Indianapolis Business Journal

FEBRUARY 9-15, 2018

The members of this year’s Forty Under 40 class include Gov. Eric Holcomb’s legislative director, an entrepreneur who trains kids to be ninjas, and one of the journalists who broke the USA Gymnastics scandal. Meet all 40 of this year’s overachievers here. Also in this week’s issue, John Russell tries to suss out whether Anthem Inc. is still committed to keeping its headquarters in Indianapolis as it vacates its Monument Circle home and builds an office tower in Atlanta. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry reviews the much-anticipated Ukiyo from chef/restaurateur Neal Brown.

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Strong year bolsters battered Auer Fund

The Indianapolis-based mutual fund has posted cumulative returns of negative 0.43 percent since 2008. But things turned around in a big way last year, with 2017 returns of 28.75 percent.

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Andy Paine

Banking titan Andy Paine dies at age 80

Paine spent 37 years in banking, starting with Indiana National Bank, where he rose to president and chief operating officer. At his retirement, he was president and CEO of the Indiana arm of NBD Bank.

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