The state Court of Appeals has dismissed The Indianapolis Star's appeal of a local judge's order requiring it to identify a person who made anonymous comments on its website that a former chief executive of Junior Achievement of Central Indiana contends were defamatory.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has blocked a court order requiring The Indianapolis Star to disclose the name of an online commenter and will hear further arguments on the matter Tuesday morning.
Federal prosecutors in the Tim Durham fraud trial on Wednesday sought to introduce into evidence an IBJ investigative report from October 2009, but a judge agreed with a defense attorney and denied the request.
I am grateful and humbled for the opportunity to serve as the sixth publisher in IBJ’s
history, succeeding Chris Katterjohn, who was publisher the past 20 years.
IBJ received three national journalism awards at the Society of American Business Editors and Writers’ annual conference March
20 in Phoenix.
The parent company of Indianapolis Business Journal has filed plans to add a sign with an electronic-message component outside
the newspaper’s headquarters at 41 E. Washington St.