Indianapolis Business Journal

JULY 18-24, 2011

This week, see what's getting local chefs out of the kitchen and into the classroom and find out why it's harder for travelers to get from Indianapolis to New York City and other business hubs. In Focus, read about plans for a major upgrade to a troublesome intersection. And in A&E, etc., Style columnist Gabrielle Poshadlo provides a guide to local tailors.

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More employers put faith in health savings accounts

Sizable Indianapolis companies like the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, consumer-ratings service Angie’s List, Marsh and Wilhelm Construction have switched to consumer-directed health plans. There’s some evidence nationally that the trend is set to accelerate.

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Big-box connection helps duo fight microbes

An Anderson-based company plans to take on popular disinfectants like Lysol with a mold-preventive product that its two founders have already convinced national home-improvement chain Home Depot to sell.

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EDITORIAL: Courts should repel school voucher suit

The lawsuit filed this month to block the state’s new school voucher law should be turned back on a lobby that has fought education reform at every turn and rarely offered solutions to underperforming schools other than demanding more money and time.

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MORRIS: In search of a moderate Republican

I know it’s still early, but I’ve got presidential politics on my mind. Why? Because the economy continues to be stuck in the mud and it takes strong leadership at the top to get things moving again.

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Baseball column was on the mark

Bill Benner’s [July 4] column “A love lost … ” was great—absolutely the way I remember it, plus the scoring of a double-header on the radio, knowing every batting average, home runs and RBI’s of the all-time greats.

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Selling off the future

Great [Morton] Marcus column in the July 4 issue of the IBJ. What’s happening in this state is extremely unfortunate and shortsighted.

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