Indianapolis Business Journal

JANUARY 11-17, 2016

The water-cooler has become a watering hole, as some firms jump on the trend of offering alcohol on site for employees. Scott Olson reports that local companies as big as Eli Lilly and Co. are co-opting the attitudes of loosey-goosey startups when it comes to mixing the professional with the social. Also in this issue, Anthony Schoettle reveals that the NCAA has reopened negotiations on its TV deal. And in Focus, Chris O’Malley finds that major Indiana companies are raising dividends again.

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NCAA wants new March Madness TV deal

The NCAA last month reopened negotiations with CBS and Turner Broadcasting System for its massive men’s basketball tournament television contract, which generates 85 percent of the organization's revenue.

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Firm aims to nationally distribute brain care innovation

Preferred Population Health Management is trying to get hospital systems, health insurers and area agencies on aging to use a set of tools and techniques to help dementia patients and their families—tools that were developed by the medical staff at Eskenazi Health, the Indiana University School of Medicine and the Regenstrief Institute.

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Carmel considering another $242M in debt

A flurry of ordinances were introduced at the more than 5 hour long council meeting Monday night, with multiple bonds requested to fund road and sewer infrastructure improvements, redevelopment efforts and land acquisition.

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