Indianapolis Business Journal

May 23-29, 2016

A savvy tax-avoidance maneuver put in place by the late IMS owner Anton "Tony" Hulman has helped pave the way for continued family ownership of the storied track. Also in this issue, an ombudsman appointed by a bankruptcy judge has found more patient-care problems at Nightingale Home Healthcare, and AMC is the latest theater operator with plans to spend millions of dollars to upgrade the movie-going experience.

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One state tries to say bye-bye bubble sheets

A New Hampshire pilot program eschews computerized testing and multiple-choice tests for “performance tasks” spread throughout the school year that are meant to measure a deeper understanding of the subjects students are studying.

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Red Line story was one-sided

Coverage of the City-County Council referendum vote May 9 promoted the superficial IndyGo talking points but omitted the opposition’s criticism. Where are the facts?

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