2011 Year in Review


Top 2011 news and newsmakers

The economy may be stuck in the doldrums, but government and the private sector are continuing to make huge investments aimed at strengthening the region's future. Check out IBJ's complete year-in-review coverage, including a photo gallery, reader poll and A&E recap.
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State's economy still stuck in neutral

The year started with a sense that slowly—not fast enough for anyone’s liking—but steadily, Indiana’s economy was coming back. But then a spike in gas prices and the never-ending sovereign debt crisis in Europe created a summer of setbacks.
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Real estate meltdown leaves developers reeling

It was another rough year for the real estate sector in 2011, as the homebuilder Estridge filed for bankruptcy, strip-center specialist Broadbent struggled to hold onto its headquarters, and Centre Properties faced a $43 million foreclosure suit.
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Spate of Indiana firms lines up for IPOs

The highest-profile Hoosier initial public offering was staged by Angie’s List Inc., the online provider of consumer reviews. The Indianapolis-based company raised $76 million by selling new shares, and existing stockholders raked in another $31 million by selling some of their holdings.
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2017 BOL

2018 Book of Lists - Excel