Indianapolis Business Journal

JULY 13-19, 2015

Hamilton County officials have sketched out a public transportation system that could cost between $10 million and $25 million per year, depending on timing and configuration. Now comes the debate over whether it’s worth the public funding, Lindsey Erdody reports. Also in this week’s issue, Marc Allen examines whether downtown can handle two more high-end steakhouses, bringing the total to at least a dozen. And in Focus, Sam Stall goes spelunking in Indy’s $1.9 billion sewer overhaul.

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Customers of Anthem say ID theft proliferating

Anthem Inc.’s massive data breach reported early this year is now generating real cases of identity theft, according to allegations in a small but growing number of lawsuits filed across the country. But Anthem and the FBI say none of the stolen data has been sold on the black market.

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EDITORIAL: Anthem must keep city in focus

The executive suite and boardroom of today’s Anthem do not have the deep Hoosier roots that were present in Frick’s day. But we hope they respect that legacy and are equally reticent to bargain away a headquarters.

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Subway suspends ties with spokesman Fogle after raid

“Subway and Jared Fogle have mutually agreed to suspend their relationship due to the current investigation,” the sandwich chain said Tuesday in a written statement. The separation is jarring because the 37-year-old everyman has become a familiar face around the world.

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PROXY CORNER: Eli Lilly and Co.

Eli Lilly and Co., Lilly Corporate Center, Indianapolis, 46285 ( discovers, develops, manufactures and sells pharmaceutical products for humans and animals.

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