Indianapolis Business Journal

JANUARY 17-23, 2011

This week, read about what Rolls-Royce is considering as it weighs a move downtown and find out the prospects for a citywide curbside recycling program. In Focus, see the methods companies are using to deliver get-healthy messages to teenagers. And in A&E, check out how a local firm benefited from the popularity  of ugly Christmas sweaters.

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Brizzi filed for OmniSource forfeiture

Former Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi blasted metal-recycling giant OmniSource in a court filing in his last week in office, asking a judge to force the company to forfeit all five of its Indianapolis scrap yards and a foundry facility in Hendricks County.

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WellPoint headquarters snags $42M

Massachusetts-based Franklin Street Properties acquired the Monument Circle headquarters of insurance giant WellPoint Inc. late in 2010 for $42 million—a rich $196 per square foot—from an affiliate of locally based HDG Mansur.

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FEIGENBAUM: Right-to-work debate could create sparks in Legislature

The bulk of legislative Democrats, allied with organized labor, are vehemently opposed to having Indiana join almost two dozen other states with right-to-work laws, labeling them as discriminatory against minorities and women, and contending that such laws will do little more than reduce wages and lower the living standards of many Hoosiers.

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