Indianapolis Business Journal

JULY 12-18, 2019

In this week's issue, John Russell profiles MindX, a startup aiming to revolutionize the measurement of pain—a notoriously tough challenge. The issue also features a profile by Susan Orr of Royal Pin Leisure Centers, which has diversified in response to the declining popularity of league bowling. And Hayleigh Colombo throws the spotlight on a not-for-profit that pays cash bail for poor people. Its motto is, "Freedom should be free."

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Storage company to add location

Indianapolis-based Commercial Self Storage is in growth mode, with plans to expand its Castleton facility and open a site in Noblesville in the next several months.

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Letter: Quality education isn’t about politics

Washington’s partisan posturing and reluctance to collaborate and cooperate, exhausts many Hoosiers. I, too, have become disenchanted and find this type of representation less than desirable. However, I am newly optimistic and encouraged.

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Mark Maddox: State must begin to combat financial illiteracy

Thanks to a timely study conducted by the FINRA Investor Education Foundation titled “The State of U.S Financial Capability,” we are reminded that about half of our citizens are benefiting greatly from this robust economy, while the other half are still struggling.

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Editorial: Fiasco over virtual charter schools raises big oversight questions

With freedom and choice comes responsibility. And so as Indiana has expanded the types of schools that students and their families can attend on the state’s dime—from traditional public schools to specialty schools called charters to even private and religious schools—so too has it created new obligations for those involved in the system.

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