Indianapolis Business Journal

JANUARY 21-27, 2013

This week, read about how Hamilton Town Center has transformed a once-sleepy highway interchange and find out what a downtown soccer stadium could mean for Indianapolis. In Focus, learn about a potent new tool that could help employers control health care costs. And Greg Andrews explores HHGregg's response to falling television sales.

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Eli Lilly and Co.’s rebound bolsters endowment

The value of Lilly Endowment Inc.’s principal holding—Eli Lilly and Co. stock—has increased nearly $2 billion over the past two years, bolstering the private foundation’s philanthropic firepower after a decade of declining or stagnant assets.

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New Celadon CEO sharpening management

New Celadon Group CEO Paul Will wants to increase productivity at the trucking firm, not just through more sophisticated customer-relationship and tracking software, but also by improving the acumen of the company’s nearly 4,000 employees.

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EDITORIAL: IPS chief leaves mixed legacy

Eugene White is a towering man with an outsized personality to match. When he took the helm of the troubled Indianapolis Public Schools seven years ago, he seemed to have the confidence and determination to steamroll through the changes the district badly needed.

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