Indianapolis Business Journal

OCTOBER 9-15, 2017

The Finish Line Inc. is highly vulnerable to being acquired, thanks to a succession of challenges hitting all at once. Scott Olson explains why the athletic-wear retailer is ripe for takeover. Also in this week’s issue, Anthony Schoettle explores how the latest scandal to hit college basketball is fueling arguments for compensating players. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry presents his top 10 picks for audiences at the Heartland Film Festival.

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City hush-hush about Amazon HQ2 bid

Central Indiana is facing crunch time in its push to bid for the Amazon HQ2 project, with pitches to the Seattle-based company due Oct. 19, less than two weeks away.

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EDITORIAL: Tax provision benefits Hoosiers

A provision of the Trump tax plan would shift some federal tax burden away from lower-tax states to higher ones but the larger plan needs evaluation before we know whether it’s good for Hoosiers overall.

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KENNEDY: The America in the mirror

If we are honest, if we look at our recent and not-so-recent history, we’ll see that our democratic institutions have been malfunctioning, and our democratic norms eroding, for a long time.

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