Indianapolis Business Journal

MARCH 12-18, 2012

This week, read about the Indiana Pacers' plans for ticket pricing and see what is posing a challenge to Republic Airways' turnaround plans. In Focus, meet Deron Kintner and find out how he's helping to transform Indianapolis. Lou Harry reviews IRT's "God of Carnage" in A&E, and a PGA exec outlines a course for the resurgence of the sport in the latest Golf & Travel magazine.

Front PageBack to Top

Allison’s private-equity owners to get IPO spoils

When Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. a year ago filed plans to go public, it said some of the proceeds would go toward reducing billions of dollars in debt. But, in an updated filing with the SEC, the company reversed course, saying all of the more than $500 million that’s expected to be raised would go to its private-equity owners.

Read More

Top StoriesBack to Top

FocusBack to Top

OpinionBack to Top

SKARBECK: Go all-in on stocks to avoid bond risks

The symbolic pie charts marketed to investors with multiple colored slices—each representing the percentage investors need in all the various categories of stocks, bonds, commodities, real estate and alternative investments—had suddenly turned into one solid color.

Read More

Vaccinations save lives

I read with shock Anita Y. Woudenberg’s [March 5 Forefront] column on vaccinations and find it irresponsible for the IBJ to print something so misleading, factually weak and potentially dangerous.

Read More

We don’t know what we don’t know

I take no issue with the premise [March 5 Maurer column] that politics far too often prevail over wisdom, but his argument that “religious right groups are manipulating religion to further their intolerant political agendas” is far too short-sighted for a man of his character and wisdom.

Read More

In BriefBack to Top