Indy turns architectural corner

A Ball State architect thinks Indianapolis residents will like what they see in the new J.W. Marriott hotel downtown and beat
drums for more interesting buildings.

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Underrated entrepreneurs

The Indianapolis area is home to myriad unsung entrepreneurs who run interesting companies, make money and create good jobs.
Here are some of them.

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Bye-bye, billable hour?

A staple of professional services, the billable hour, is beginning to erode. Law firms increasingly are being
asked to shoot a set price for a specific service, and now the movement is spreading to advertising, as
Coca-Cola announced…

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Measuring your performance

From the beginning of time, engineering and the hard sciences have been held to account by laws of nature
because results of faulty reasoning are obvious. Heavy airplanes wonâ??t leave the ground, patients given the
wrong drug die.

In recent decades…

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Preparing for the turnaround

In his conversations with business owners and CEOs, Carmel consultant Bud Roth sees attitudes about the recession
changing, but not changing enough.

Many leaders have figured out whether or not their organizations will survive, says Roth, who was vice president

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Katz Sapper’s embarrassment

Yesterdayâ??s disclosure by KSM Capital Advisors that its clients might be out $15 million from the alleged
Madoff scandal probably wonâ??t be the last local fallout. At minimum, it has been a stressful and embarrassing
time for a…

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Legal news keeps coming

Law firm mergers keep making news. IBJ Scott Olson reported this morning that Ice Miller is about to join
with Greenebaum Doll & McDonald in Louisville. In May, Sommer Barnard was absorbed by Taft Stettinius

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