Indianapolis Business Journal

MARCH 27-APRIL 2, 2017

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ITT Tech nightmare escalates for Indianapolis credit union

The Eli Lilly Federal Credit lost a bundle on loans to ITT Technical Institute students a few years ago. Now the credit union, which adopted the Elements Financial moniker two years ago, may get hit with a lawsuit from the bankruptcy trustee for the now-defunct for-profit school operator.

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Demographics snapshot

About 22 percent of Hoosiers at least 25 years old had at least a bachelor’s degree in 2010. But most metro Indianapolis counties do better. The exceptions are Madison, Morgan and Shelby counties.• Click here to see a map of the Demographics snapshot

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EDITORIAL: Research vouchers to assess value

Whether those students who attend private schools on a state-funded voucher are getting a better education remains a question. And whether those left behind at public schools are harmed by the changes is another.

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WAGNER: Mentoring women to be Democratic leaders

Our focus should be on electing women, who are woefully underrepresented in office, as well as nurturing women who already are on a professional career track but who might be looking to give back in other ways—perhaps a year or two in public service or fundraising for a candidate or taking on a leadership role in the community.

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WESTERHAUS-RENFROW: A leader’s apology in a tweet

The good news is, people don’t expect online perfection from even the savviest leaders. People understand that leaders are bound to make mistakes when using online platforms to connect with stakeholders, share knowledge and increase transparency.

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