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Cards win it all, Coach Rick Pitino getting tattoo of cardinal
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Cards win it all, Coach Rick Pitino getting tattoo of cardinal

UofL wins third NCAA Championship

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March 2013
Shale gas boom offers opportunities

Shale gas boom offers opportunities

Kentucky crafting strategy to land projects and jobs as U.S. energy revolution fuels economic development
Churchill Downs Racetrack bets on night racing

Churchill Downs Racetrack bets on night racing

Cultivating the next generation of horse racing fans
Creative stabling: Entrepreneurs breathe new life into historic Lexington Livery

Creative stabling: Entrepreneurs breathe new life into historic Lexington Livery

Undefined collaboration in shared workspace proving a success for Lexington young professionals
Air force investigator turned alpaca farmer

Air force investigator turned alpaca farmer

BG Magazine talks with Alvina Maynard, owner of River Hill Ranch in Richmond
Health care energizes Louisville economy

Health care energizes Louisville economy

Innovation in delivery, logistics and wellness powers a vast economic engine
Off to the Races — Keeneland meet marks official arrival of spring

Off to the Races — Keeneland meet marks official arrival of spring

Begins Friday; tailgating area enhanced with jumbo TV, wagering terminals
How will health care reform affect your business? May seminars offer expert guidance

How will health care reform affect your business? May seminars offer expert guidance

Partnership of Kentucky chambers, HR society sponsor events in Lexington, Louisville
Pension reform passes; creates hybrid cash-balance plan for new employees

Pension reform passes; creates hybrid cash-balance plan for new employees

Agreement fully funds, stabilizes pension system with revenue neutral plan
Lane List — Kentucky’s Largest CPA Firms

Lane List — Kentucky’s Largest CPA Firms

Ranked by number of CPAs employed in 2013
Lane List — Kentucky’s Largest Banks

Lane List — Kentucky’s Largest Banks

Ranked by market share of deposits in Kentucky as of July 1, 2012
One-on-One Rewind: Kennedy Helm III

One-on-One Rewind: Kennedy Helm III

In this March 2010 interview, Stites and Harbison chairman discusses his long tenure in legal services, the economy and Kentucky leaders. He died Friday, March 15, 2013, at age 66.
Fast Lane Business Briefs — March 2013

Fast Lane Business Briefs — March 2013

A compilation of economic news briefs from across Kentucky
Fast Lane — March 2013

Fast Lane — March 2013

A compilation of economic news from across Kentucky
Kentucky bourbon gets crafty

Kentucky bourbon gets crafty

Micro-distilleries show visitors how bourbon was first made
Examining health insurance mandate options

Examining health insurance mandate options

Low-benefit plans being penalized; buying through state exchange offers 50 percent tax incentive
Perspective: The value of having two parties in Kentucky

Perspective: The value of having two parties in Kentucky

Bring on the debate
Corporate Moves: March 2013

Corporate Moves: March 2013

New leadership for Kentucky businesses
Interstate Lane: March 2013

Interstate Lane: March 2013

Business news from Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee and West Virginia
On the boards: March 2013

On the boards: March 2013

Kentuckians named to leadership roles
Kentucky communities need same tools as competitors in other states

Kentucky communities need same tools as competitors in other states

Alliance of mayors, judge/executives supports local-option sales tax
Banking outlook: Economic signs grow increasingly optimistic

Banking outlook: Economic signs grow increasingly optimistic

Banks and financial advisers see slow, steady improvement in 2013
Venture capital: Start-up funding seeds sprouting

Venture capital: Start-up funding seeds sprouting

Club know-how growing thanks to neighborly attitudes and Kentucky Innovation Network support
Kentucky banks: Is it time to consolidate?

Kentucky banks: Is it time to consolidate?

Financial institutions performing well, but rising regulation costs driving them toward merger and acquisition