Indianapolis Business Journal


The Indiana Pacers are turning to a Mickey Mouse operation in an attempt to improve customer service at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Make that, THE Mickey Mouse organization. IBJ's Anthony Schoettle explains how the Blue and Gold are teaming up with Walt Disney Co.'s Disney Institute. Also in this issue, we belly up to the bar to explain how a new law is paving the way for micro-distilleries across the state. And in A&E, Lou Harry hams it up at Broad Ripple's new Cuban sandwich spot.

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Gershman co-founder goes solo

A heavy hitter among commercial real estate developers has left the firm he helped found more than 20 years ago, to start his own company, and has taken most of its employees with him.

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Hospitals suffer third-quarter swoon

Indiana University Health and Franciscan Alliance saw key parts of their businesses deteriorate sharply, according to new financial reports released by the hospital systems, causing each to slash more than 900 positions.

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PROXY CORNER: First Financial Corp.

Terre Haute-based First Financial Corp. is the holding company for First Financial Bank, The Morris Plan Co. of Terre Haute and Forrest Sherer Inc. It operates 68 banking offices in Indiana and Illinois.

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