Indianapolis Business Journal


Chris Holtmann’s success as Butler University’s men’s basketball coach this season has a dark side: It ensures his name is in the conversation when top jobs open in the off-season. Anthony Schoettle explains how Butler has tried to keep up with the skyrocketing price of top coaching talent. Also in this week’s issue, John Russell explains why the transplant business is booming at Indiana hospitals. And in Focus, Jared Council takes the temperature of the state’s IPO market.

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Dealmakers wonder if Trump will intervene in mergers

It wasn’t a surprise when Donald Trump took the opportunity during his Jan. 11 press conference to angrily accuse CNN of spreading fake news. Throughout the campaign Trump had complained the cable network was being unfair to him—and at one point vowed that as president, he would block AT&T Inc.’s proposed $85.4 billion merger with […]

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GOLDSMITH: Trump and his private-sector appointees

Given his background, it’s not surprising that President Donald Trump gravitates to strong leaders. Many of his cabinet nominees served as either private-sector CEOs or military generals, executives with strong personalities and substantial experience at the top of large organizations. Closer to home, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has selected some top aides from the private […]

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