Indianapolis Business Journal

NOVEMBER 23-29, 2015

Indiana-based retail firms are hoping to have a holiday shopping season filled with silver and gold, after a tough year that has left them black and blue. Scott Olson makes a list of the new products that Finish Line, HHGregg and Shoe Carnival are pinning their hopes on. Also in this week’s issue, Anthony Schoettle explores how Top 40 dinosaur WZPL-FM recently shot to the top of the local ratings race. And Greg Andrews examines how Stonegate Mortgage is dealing with a reversal in fortunes.

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Sale might provide salvation for Stonegate investors

After a rocky two years as a public company, perhaps the best path forward for Stonegate Mortgage Corp.—now that the board has given the company’s CEO and founder his walking papers—is to pull the rip cord and sell the business.

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Salvage shop rescues industrial, medical antiques

Society of Salvage, a 2-year-old shop on downtown’s east side owned by Sandra Jarvis, has carved out an unusual niche in the salvage industry by unearthing industrial equipment and medical oddities from old buildings and factories.

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EDITORIAL: Encouraging start for LGBT debate

We still believe that simply adding sexual orientation and gender identity to the civil rights law makes the most sense. But it is with cautious optimism that we welcome a proposal from Senate Republicans that goes further than we expected.

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