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The Unblinding: Has Lilly Solved the Alzheimer’s Puzzle? — An Epilogue

The search continues.

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Why One Indy Tech-Industry Player Supports Refugee Resettlement

“It’s not just believing in it as a human and for humanity and for morality.”

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The Name of the Game: Forrest Lucas

What $122 million in naming rights buys you.

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“Mystery of Trump’s Orange Skin” Leads Writer to Indiana

Indianapolis was once proclaimed the “world’s tanning-bed capital.”

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The Unblinding: Has Lilly Solved the Alzheimer’s Puzzle?

Statistician Hong Liu-Seifert will emerge from The Cave knowing the outlook for a $90 billion company—what high-level executives are calling a “binary” event that could result in bringing a drug to market by 2018, and windfall profits; or another blow to the field of Alzheimer’s research.

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Trade Secret: Carrier, Mexico, and Japan

Overlooked in the indignation over job exportation—which thrashed between sincere and synthetic—was the Hoosier State’s steadily growing reliance on job importation.

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Getting Ripped: Tracy Anderson

Anderson says she wants to focus on the future, one that now looks glamorous. But her liabilities, brought on by years of financial missteps, keep her tethered to the past—and to Central Indiana.

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Travels with Charci

Although she is one of 238,000 truckers living in Indiana, a state with more drivers than almost any other, Charci is easy to pick out at a crowded truck stop. Only 5 percent of drivers are women.

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RecycleForce Can’t Lose*

It puts ex-cons in jobs and off the street, but the nonprofit has funding issues that might undermine its mission.

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Q&A: Polina Osherov Talks What’s Next for Pattern

We’ve got the scoop on Ruckus, a fashion hub for local designers, set to open next year on the near-east side.

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Indy Businesses Tackle Deflategate Scandal

Local shopportunities benefiting from Deflategate 2015. Have you seen more out there? Tell us.

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New on CNBC’s American Greed: Tim Durham

“‘The Playboy of Indiana,’ Tim Durham dates exotic models, owns 80 sports cars, all bankrolled by a $200 million fraud.”

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Speaking with the Enemy: Patriots Owner Robert Kraft

“To be very frank, I didn’t have much affection for any Colt player at the time,” he says. “And I’m quite sure the feeling was mutual.”

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Customer Disservice: An Open Letter to Comcast's CEO

I assume your company has overhead, which is usually covered by revenue from consumers like me. And if enough of them have difficulty similar to mine, you should be concerned.

Bill Mayes
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Flashback: What Can Bill Mays Do For You?

Everyone knows Bill Mays. If you don’t, you probably know little about Indianapolis business.

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