Indianapolis Business Journal

OCTOBER 20-26, 2014

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Sponsors, fans stick with Pacers

With the loss of Lance Stephenson to free agency and the serious leg injury to Paul George, there are numerous questions about how the Indiana Pacers will do on the court this season. But on the business side, victories are piling up.

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IndyGo deciding which routes should get focus and resources

IndyGo isn’t threatening to eliminate routes, but it is trying to craft a policy to guide it through landmark changes: next year’s opening of the $20 million Downtown Transit Center and, possibly, the passage of a referendum in favor of a regional rapid-transit system.

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Hospital market shares shift

Community Health Network claimed 23.1 percent of the central Indiana market inpatient market last year, up from 21.5 percent the year before, while Indiana University Health saw its share of the inpatient market decline from 28.8 percent in 2012 to 27.8 percent last year.

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Glendale Library

Library plans $59M in new branches, upgrades

Indianapolis Public Library officials are seeking approval from the city to borrow funds to renovate, relocate and build entirely new branches across the city. Despite growing emphasis on digital media, library visits are increasing, they say.

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SCHMIDT: Elevate expectations for downtown

It’s easy to pat ourselves on the back about the vibrant downtown areas of Mass Ave, Fountain Square, Monument Circle, White River State Park. We’ve come a long way, and people love to spend time in these places.

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Council OKs $70m road bond

The borrowing plan will target streets and sidewalks across the city. Also on Monday night, City-County Councilors approved a $1 billion city budget.

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