Indianapolis Business Journal

MAY 15-21, 2017

The Maryland-based company that’s buying two Indianapolis TV stations is renowned for its frugality and conservative politics. Anthony Schoettle explores what that could mean for WTTV-TV Channel 4 and WXIN-TV Channel 59. Also in this week’s issue, Scott Olson outlines an effort to save 16 acres of woodlands along East 86th Street, where a $20 million office-and-retail project is planned. And in Focus, Jared Council explains how bank branches are changing in the era of internet transactions.

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MainSource acquires Greenwood investment firm

Greensburg-based MainSource Bank has purchased Greenwood-based Capstone Investment Management LLC, which had two employees and $120 million in assets under management. With the acquisition, Capstone became part of MainSource’s wealth management division, effective May 1. Capstone will continue to operate from its existing office at 494 S. Emerson Ave., Suite G, and it will maintain […]

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Credit union expands insurance agency

Financial Center First Credit Union has more than doubled the size of its insurance agency, Financial Center Services LLC, with the acquisition of two insurance companies. Financial Center has acquired both Insurance Associates and Fieber & Reilly Inc. Fieber & Reilly’s former owner, Kurt Walther of Lawrence, has joined Financial Center as an agent. He […]

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KENLEY: Improve I-65, I-70 to six lanes and toll

The Legislature just finished a very successful session with a good, balanced budget and passed a needed road funding bill designed to secure Indiana’s road infrastructure needs for local and state government. In spite of this significant achievement, one more element regarding road infrastructure is needed to make Indiana a successful state with appropriate road […]

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Health care column was too simplistic

The commentary titled “Being a smart health care consumer isn’t easy” was a big disappointment [May 1]. It was nothing more than a superficial, anecdotal complaint about a system whose flaws are well known to almost everyone. Who does not know about the cost and complexity of our current system?  The particulars which Mr. Morris […]

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