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Cook Medical builds Indy factory using only contractors with diverse owners

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INDIANAPOLIS — Doubt and disbelief hung over Cook Medical’s lofty goal.

German American completes merger with Citizens Union Bancorp

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JASPER, Ind. -- German American Bancorp, Inc. said it has completed its merger with Citizens Union Bancorp of Shelbyville, Inc., the parent company of...

First Financial completes acquisition of Summit

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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- First Financial Bancorp. said it has completed its previously announced acquisition of Cincinnati-based Summit Funding Group, Inc., the fourth largest independent...

Mall section to close for interior demolition

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A section of FairOaks Mall will close for interior demolition, later followed by construction, for Columbus Regional Health’s portion of the NexusPark project.

AI tech business with Columbus roots gets $750,000 investment

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A high-tech business with local roots is receiving a sizable investment to help jump start its next round of funding.

Investors should resolve to ‘KISS’ in 2022

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Behavioral finance shows investors act more like the imperfectly irrational and illogical Homer Simpson than the perfectly rational and logical Mr. Spock. It’s human nature to believe complex solutions must be superior to the simpler variety. Unfortunately, not only is this belief faulty when it comes to investing, but there’s a very real price to pay.

Marketplace: GABC announces executive management additions

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German American Bancorp Inc., and its bank subsidiary, German American Bank, have announced additions to the executive management team.

Old National Bank settles allegations of redlining against Black Indy residents

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INDIANAPOLIS — Evansville-based Old National Bank has settled allegations of redlining against Black residents in Indianapolis, agreeing to originate more than $27 million in loans to qualified Black applicants and contributing more than $3 million to create programs to help Black home seekers secure mortgages and to invest in majority-Black neighborhoods.

Year-end tax planning conducted in uncertain times

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Psychologically, year-end 2021 tax- and estate-planning efforts are being influenced by proposed tax law changes, the lingering pandemic, the threat of inflation and general economic uncertainty.

First Financial announces grants

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First Financial Bank and the First Financial Foundation have announced $27,500 in grants for two Columbus organizations. First Financial’s 2021 Annual Grant Campaign is benefitting more than 60 organizations throughout its four-state footprint in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois.