Indianapolis News of Interest…

May 17, 2012

Here are some recent topics in the news that should be of interest to business- and career-minded citizens of Indianapolis…

Entrepreneurs offer advice for Lemonade Day

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. That’s what more than 150,000 “kid-preneurs” in 36 American cities—including Indianapolis—will do May 19 for Lemonade Day.” Read more here

Indiana election: Democratic governor nominee John Gregg has a deal for business — Nominee would end corporate taxes paid by Indiana companies

With job creation the top issue on voters’ minds, a bidding war has begun in the governor’s race to see who can best cut corporate taxes to spur economic development. Read more here

Indianapolis among first on Comcast’s Skype

In a deal that impacts business communications, Comcast cable customers in Indianapolis will have access beginning this week to a new service that allows video calling in high definition through their televisions. Read more here

Indy’s XLVI Tax Take Relatively Good

Putting on the Super Bowl lost Indianapolis just over $1 million. Many of you told us you were upset about that. So we wanted to find out whether that was unusual for a host city. Where do you stand on being the host city for a Superbowl? Read more here

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