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36-year-old political 'veteran' — now Mike Pence's press secretary — eyed for Donald Trump's chief of staff
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IBJ News Nov 16
We couldn't agree more, ! If you're not getting The Rundown, you're missing out. Sign up at
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IBJ News Nov 16
New consortium to promote, facilitate investments in state 'opportunity zones'
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IBJ News Nov 16
Business, health leaders call for lawmakers to triple cigarette tax
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IBJ News Nov 16
Proposed Statehouse sexual harassment guidelines 'shockingly dated,' says law professor.
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Susan Orr Nov 15
Bloomington’s will open a second location in Indianapolis next month. Read all about it here:
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IBJ News Nov 15
Lawn care equipment manufacturer plans 58 jobs in Lebanon
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IBJ News Nov 15
IBJ's not-for-profit Wish List returns Dec. 7
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IBJ News Nov 15
King David Dogs is closing its downtown restaurant
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IBJ News Nov 15
Businessmen plan $14M design center, makerspace in Fishers
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IBJ News Nov 15
Many expected that the ability to work remotely would help revive rural areas, if those workers decided to head to the ex-urbs or country for slower pace and lower cost of living. That hasn't happened, for the most part.
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IBJ News Nov 15
Korzenik: Legalizing marijuana is sabotaging the work prospects of blue-collar workers, since employers still can require drug tests. States should be clearer about the consequences.
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IBJ News Nov 15
Korzenik: We believe that the rise in disability filings in U.S. is due to the opioid epidemic.
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IBJ News Nov 15
Amazon HQ2 has put Indianapolis on global map for industries looking to relocate, and that's a good thing. We got the prestige without the headaches, and it will pay off down the road.
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IBJ News Nov 15
China's cost advantage is disappearing in manufacturing, with lower energy costs in U.S. and rising labor costs in China. There is a myth out there that all manufacturing jobs are going away. It's a myth.
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IBJ News Nov 15
Macroeconomic effects of tariffs are pretty limited, although dangerous in specific industries. Given overall positive economy, tariffs aren't going to be a big factor.
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IBJ News Nov 15
Takeaway for 2019: For businesses, plan for an average-strength recession within next few years; for investors, use the next 6 months to move into low-volatility products if you get too nervous with 10-20 percent moves.
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IBJ News Nov 15
Indicators that historically have preceded recessions (and where we are): inversion of the interest rate yield curve (not yet); credit spreads (which look good); and purchasing in manufacturing (looks good).
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IBJ News Nov 15
If you have a felony, it's very difficult to get a job. The business community needs to get more savvy about separating folks with serious felonies from those who were convicted for crimes of youthful bad judgment.
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IBJ News Nov 15
The big question for 2019: Will we and the government be able to bring marginalized workers into the workforce fast enough to support growth. We need to find 1.25M workers, now that we're at "full employment." That means recruiting people with criminal records.
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