Indianapolis Business Journal

OCTOBER 16-22, 2017

A new Interstate 65 interchange to be built in fast-growing Whitestown has spawned plans for a massive, high-end retail development that the town’s top official says would be a “game-changer” for the Indianapolis area. IBJ's Scott Olson sniffed out the plans. Also in this week’s issue, Hayleigh Colombo profiles South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, whose star is on the rise in national Democratic politics. And in A&E Etc., dining critic Lou Harry has the verdict on the hotly awaited Portillo’s restaurant in Fishers.

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OneAmerica keeps AA- rating

OneAmerica is among just 8 percent of U.S. life insurers with an S&P rating of AA- or higher and an A.M. Best rating of A+ or higher.

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BANKS: Indiana positioned for defense boost

The state’s robust system of military installations, universities, industry partners and the nation’s fourth-largest National Guard collaborate on sophisticated projects and form what I call our “Hoosier Arsenal of Democracy.”

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