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Recruiting talent: Airline reaches out to students to build pilot pipeline

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INDIANAPOLIS — Because the North American airline industry cut employees in response to its hit from COVID-19, it is now 8,000 pilots short of where it needs to be to meet demand.

Pence named to Hall of Fame

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Dr. Neil A. Pence of Columbus has been named to the American Academy of Optometry Hall of Fame. Members of the first Academy Hall of Fame class were announced and honored at the recent annual meeting of the American Academy of Optometry in San Diego in late October.

Help to neighborhoods: Eskenazi, Cummins partner to bring portable market to food-insecure

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INDIANAPOLIS — In a new initiative supported by Eskenazi Health and Cummins Inc., a former IndyGo bus could start a second life by the end of the year — distributing fresh food, providing nutrition education and troubleshooting problems Indianapolis residents have applying for food stamps.

Kelley School economic forecast underscores uncertainty for 2023

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BLOOMINGTON — The Indiana University Kelley School of Business released its annual Business Outlook forecast on Thursday, and uncertainty is the primary highlight heading into 2023.

Hackman elected AIC officer

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Barbara Hackman, Bartholomew County treasurer, was elected third vice president of the Association of Indiana Counties (AIC) board of directors. She began her term on Nov. 1. Board elections were held during the AIC’s Annual Conference in September.

Republic staffers receive national honors

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Two members of The Republic staff have received national accolades for their professional achievements.

Centra receives statewide awards

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Centra Credit Union was recognized for three statewide awards for philanthropic efforts and member-friendly programs by the Indiana Credit Union League. The award recipients were announced at the Indiana Credit Union League Chairman’s Awards Banquet Oct.14.

“Buy the dip,” but beware of tax pitfalls

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Bespoke Investment Group reported as of the end of September, “the Fed’s crusade against inflation resulted in a record destruction of wealth in dollar terms and an extremely large drawdown in percentage terms.” The “bear market” erased almost $13 trillion in market value from stocks. Supposedly “safe,” investment-grade bonds shed almost $3 trillion, a record in both dollars and percentage. Cumulatively, the total drawdown in market value of the stock and bond markets came in just shy of $16 trillion or just over 20%.

Planning for lifetime tax minimization has benefits

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There are many aspects to financial planning. Every individual has different goals and objectives. One universal goal is to “pay as little tax as possible under the law.”

Lilly commits $92.5M to Purdue for drug research, scholarships

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INDIANAPOLIS — In a significant expansion of their longstanding collaboration, Eli Lilly and Co. plans to give Purdue University $92.5 million for research on drug development and for undergraduate scholarships for pharmaceutical manufacturing.