Indianapolis Business Journal

OCTOBER 24-30, 2016

Billboards and signs across Marion County are urging residents to vote yes for a tax increase to fund expanded transit services. But even if the referendum passes, that doesn’t mean it’ll happen. Susan Orr explains that the final decision will come down to the City-County Council. Also in this week’s issue, Anthony Schoettle reveals that the Indianapolis Colts are bucking the trend toward lower NFL ratings, despite their disappointing season so far. And in A&E Etc., IBJ’s arbiter of Philly authenticity takes on Pittsburgh cuisine at Primanti Bros.

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Eli Lilly headquarters

Lilly pledges $90 million to improve global drug access

Eli Lilly and Co. is pledging $90 million over five years to improve access to treatment for diabetes, cancer and tuberculosis in developing countries—the latest push in its philanthropic strategy of building health care systems around the world and increasing the market for its prescription drugs.

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