January / February 2009
Volume 12, Number 1
Taking It to the Bank
For many, the recent fiscal turmoil has been an unprecedented experience. While the vast majority of Indiana financial institutions never entered the subprime world, the effect is undeniable. We look at the current situation from a number of perspectives.
• Indiana impact
• Financing alternatives
• Turning securities into cash
• Big bank opportunity
• Small bank stability
• Advice from the advisors
• Fed leader comes to Indiana
• Student loan access
• Credit union outlook
• Social lending option
• ReVisited: Financial literacy
• Finance column: Earnings guidance
It's Legislative Time
Local government reform is already taking place. It will continue – both during this General Assembly session and in the city halls and county courthouses around the state.
Leaders comment at Central Indiana Legislative Preview
Roundtable: Reform recommendations at the county level
Benefiting from the High Performance Government Network
What do a longstanding Central Indiana program and a former Hoosier who has made his mark in Washington, D.C., have in common? Choice – as in providing students and parents with the ability to increase K-12 options and achievements.
Diversifying the Mix
Air-related industries and defense development are among the initiatives taking place in Indiana's second largest city. Learn more about Fort Wayne.
Dealing with the deficit
BizVoice® Web Exclusives
An early look at three January stories
Good Signs from Goodwill