Indianapolis Business Journal

JULY 20-26, 2018

The massive American Senior Communities fraud case might never have come to light were it not for a nearly century-old Indianapolis company that had a chance to participate in the overbilling and kickback scheme but called the FBI instead. Greg Andrews has the story. Also in this week’s paper, Hayleigh Colombo reports that Mayor Joe Hogsett isn’t ready to say whether he’ll run again for the job he calls “the hardest I’ve ever had.” And in Focus, Anthony Schoettle explains how the much-heralded Indiana IoT Lab is helping small businesses get access to hardware, talent and capital.<

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Letter: Curtis Hill deserves fair hearing

No one knows, save Mr. Hill and his accusers, whether he is guilty or innocent, but the protesters, the governor, and four key lawmakers have already implicated his guilt based solely on the accusations.

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Symphony quietly renews contract with conductor Urbanski

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra confirmed Tuesday morning that Krzysztof Urbanski’s contract has been extended. The new deal with the 35-year-old conductor is shorter than the typical music director contract, according to an orchestra consultant.

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