Indianapolis Business Journal

MAY 9-15, 2016

This month, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway completed one of the three largest renovations in its 107- year history. Anthony Schoettle has a complete rundown of $92 million in improvements. Also in this issue, Scott Olson details a feud between a local country club and neighbors who oppose plans to turn some unspoiled land into a housing development. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry hits the new mini-links at Indianapolis Museum of Art.

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Education database needs state money for next step

Indiana will get its first look this summer at a $3.9 million data system that aims to help the public and state agencies better plan and make decisions about education and jobs. The “Indiana Network of Knowledge”—called INK—aims to merge reams of data from different state agencies to give Hoosiers a better sense of the […]

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2 tech firms plan Hamilton County expansions

Two technology-related companies will spend a total of $3.5 million to expand their Hamilton County operations and create about 125 jobs over the next four years, state officials said May 3. DuraMark Technologies Inc., a digital printer of safety labels and branding decals, plans to spend $3 million to construct a 17,500-square-foot headquarters at 6450 […]

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GUY: The benefits of speaking up

Ten percent of any group contains persons who are unattractive, useless or disruptive, perhaps criminal. Yet dolts, often described as dissenters, have potential value.

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Developer Alig avoids prison time with plea deal

Prominent Indianapolis developer Cornelius “Lee” Alig, who pleaded guilty to one count of theft and one count of securities fraud, received a four-year suspended sentence Monday morning and was ordered to repay victims $321,000.

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