Indianapolis Business Journal

JANUARY 3-9, 2011

This week, read about a group of young entrepreneurs that meets monthly to share war stories (and watch a video of its most recent gathering), and learn why Goodwill thrift stores are angling for more donations. Also, find some good news about the Indianapolis Indians and see what Ed Feigenbaum has to say about the upcoming legislative session.

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Key road projects await busy INDOT

The ongoing rehab of Interstate 465 will continue to be the biggest highway project in the metro area in 2011, but the rebuilding of an 11-mile segment on the west side could be all but finished by the end of the year—just when other significant highway projects will get under way in the metro area.

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Conseco brass agree to settle 8-year-old suit for $41.5M

The suit accused CEO Gary Wendt, President Bill Shea, Chief Financial Officer Charles Chokel and Chief Accounting Officer Jim Adams of engaging in a “massive and systematic coverup of … actual debts and losses through complex accounting, misleading disclosures, and irregular accounting practices.”

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NFP of NOTE: Net Literacy

Net Literacy increases digital inclusion and digital literacy for all Americans while providing student volunteers life skills, job skills, and an opportunity to participate in service to their community.

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