Angie’s List has partnered with Tennessee-based Healthcare Blue Book to give its members price information before they receive medical care.
Due to high demand, the Orr fellowship will place 20 fellows starting with its 2010 class. It anticipates
placing 40 fellows in 2011 and 80 in 2012. The program is designed to match top graduates of Indiana colleges with entrepreneurial
For several years, Angie’s List CEO Bill Oesterle also has been quietly attempting to revitalize the near-east side.
WellPoint Inc. and Angie’s List are both racing to launch doctor-rating services early next year. But Angie’s List is already
sour over Well-Point’s decision to partner with New York-based Zagat Survey LLC for its doctor-rating service, apparently
without talking to Angie’s List.