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  • Lyrical centennial

    Lyrical centennial
    Arguing over poetry's cultural relevance is a little like debating the potential effects of drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, says Poetry magazine editor Christian Wiman. “For many people, poetry will remain remote,...
  • Taking Action for You: Police crackdown on speeding on southwest side

    Taking Action for You: Police crackdown on speeding on southwest side
    In the fourth story of our five part series of the worst areas for speeding in Indianapolis and the efforts to get drivers to slow down, Fox59 and an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officer went to the southwest side. On the 1800 block of Kentucky...
  • Lilly studying how dogs sense diabetes in humans

    Lilly studying how dogs sense diabetes in humans
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis-based drugmaker Eli Lilly and Co. wants to find out how dogs sense diabetes in people. The drug company is studying how hypoglycemia alert dogs sense low blood sugar in humans. The Indianapolis Star reported...
  • Healthcare services provider to grow local headquarters

    Healthcare services provider to grow local headquarters
    RepuCare, Inc., a healthcare staffing and employer health services provider, announced plans Wednesday to expand its headquarters here, creating up to 82 new jobs by 2015. The Indianapolis-based company will lease a 4,000 square-foot facility located...
  • Big pharma: Few new antibiotics in the works

    Big pharma: Few new antibiotics in the works
    Thirty years ago, when the world faced the terrifying prospect of an untreatable disease known as AIDS, big drugmakers saw an opportunity and raced to develop new medicines. Today, as the world confronts the crisis of antibiotic resistance, the industry...
  • So Maybe the World's Biggest Drug Heist Was An Inside Job After All

    So Maybe the World's Biggest Drug Heist Was An Inside Job After All
    For a long time after thieves pulled off the biggest theft of drugs in history at its warehouse in Enfield, Eli Lilly officials insisted there was no evidence that the burglers had any special inside information. But the company is apparently changing...
  • The Bottom Line: Service moving us up in the world

    The Bottom Line: Service moving us up in the world
    You can't underestimate the power of good manners, a friendly attitude and knowledge of different cultures when it comes to developing international business. The ability of the region's businesses and institutions to polish those soft skills became a...
  • Indianapolis to become first city requiring electric and non-oil city vehicles

    Indianapolis to become first city requiring electric and non-oil city vehicles
    Indianapolis hopes to set an example for the rest of the country Mayor Greg Ballard announced Wednesday his plan to change the fleet of city vehicles to electric plug-ins and non-oil fuel vehicles by 2025. The plan calls for replacing current cars...
  • Controversy continues over possibility of constitutional same-sex marriage ban in Indiana

    Controversy continues over possibility of constitutional same-sex marriage ban in Indiana
    There's ongoing controversy about the possibility of a constitutional same-sex marriage ban in Indiana. Whatever your views about gay marriage, opponents of this amendment feel that having an outright constitutional ban would be going too far, and they...
  • Could a gay marriage ban affect Indiana business?

    Could a gay marriage ban affect Indiana business?
    Indiana voters could get to decide whether a gay marriage ban ends up in the state's constitution. It is expected to be a fight in the coming legislative session. One group believes the law could have economic implications. No matter what you believe....
  • Eli Lilly donates record-breaking $12.4M to United Way

    Eli Lilly donates record-breaking $12.4M to United Way
    Eli Lilly broke a record Monday, giving a whopping $12.4 million to the United Way. Lilly said it's the single largest gift in the company's history. The donation comes from contributions from U.S. employees and retirees in addition to a matching...
  • Miles set to take over as CEO of Hulman and Company

    Miles set to take over as CEO of Hulman and Company
    Hulman and Company has a new chief executive officer—and it’s a familiar face to those around the city of Indianapolis. Mark Miles will take over as CEO of Hulman and Company, which owns the Indianapolis Motor Speedway among other holdings....