Indianapolis Business Journal

MARCH 31-APRIL 6, 2014

This week in IBJ, Dan Human takes you behind the scenes in the war against cybercrime, visiting the secret, reinforced downtown bunker housing security firm Rook Security Inc. Also in this issue, Kathleen McLaughlin begins charting the long and circuitous journey most central Indiana counties must take before they can host ballot initiative for funding mass transit. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry reflects on the first five years of the Cabaret at the Columbia Club.

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PROXY CORNER: Eli Lilly and Co.

Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. discovers, develops, manufactures and sells pharmaceutical products for humans and animals. The company reported 2013 net income of $4.7 billion, or $4.32 per diluted share, on revenue of $23.1 billion.

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At Home Quarterly: Marketplace

Housing Sales   December 1 – February 28 IBJ.COM EXTRA For a detailed table of recent housing sales activity, click here Weekend snowstorms hampered January and February sales, but F.C. Tucker Co. President Jim Litten predicted pent-up demand will play out in coming months as will the home-building recovery, also delayed by weather.•   Most […]

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EDITORIAL: Keep attentive eye on Cummins

Last week’s announcement that Cummins would build a headquarters for its global distribution division in downtown Indianapolis was deservedly welcomed for its potential to house as many as 400 well-paid workers and add an “architecturally significant” building to a reserved skyline.

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Hicks: Medical firms are largest perpetrators of fraud

Medicaid and Medicare fraud is where the real money lies, costing taxpayers some $100 billion a year, or 10 percent of total costs. This is many times more than the highest estimate of fraud in all other assistance programs combined. Nearly all of this fraud is perpetrated by health care providers.

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Support for Irsay has its limitations

Anyone who has a problem with drug or alcohol addiction has my empathy and support—right up until they endanger my life or the lives of others by choosing to get behind the wheel of a vehicle [March 24 Morris column].

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