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Churchill Downs adding world’s largest HD video board before 2014 Oaks and Kentucky Derby
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Churchill Downs adding world’s largest HD video board before 2014 Oaks and Kentucky Derby

Ever been that fan who spent the day at the Kentucky Oaks or Kentucky Derby but never saw a horse? That won’t be a problem starting with next year’s races.

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September 2013
One-On-One: UK president discusses school’s initiatives, financial needs

One-On-One: UK president discusses school’s initiatives, financial needs

Eli Capilouto: ‘The University of Kentucky has made incredible progress’
Rebuilding the housing sector

Rebuilding the housing sector

After five years of decline, Kentucky single family starts up 33 percent in 2013
Electronic health records adoption accelerates

Electronic health records adoption accelerates

Those with electronic health records report better work flow and fewer errors
Corporate Moves — September 2013

Corporate Moves — September 2013

New leadership for Kentucky businesses
Will the 2018 World Equestrian Games jump back into Kentucky?

Will the 2018 World Equestrian Games jump back into Kentucky?

FEI to reopen bidding process for 2018 Games
Exploring Kentucky: Leaf your stress behind

Exploring Kentucky: Leaf your stress behind

Tree climbing adventures make for great fun, team-building experiences
The Lane List — September 2013

The Lane List — September 2013

Kentucky’s largest job categories include: office and administrative support; sales and related occupations; transportation and material moving; food prep and serving
Supreme Court ruling lessens liability exposure

Supreme Court ruling lessens liability exposure

Court clarifies confusing workplace harassment issue
The high-functioning alcoholic

The high-functioning alcoholic

Work performance can hold up for extended periods, but disease process takes its toll
UPike launches Coleman College of Business

UPike launches Coleman College of Business

Named for banker Burlin Coleman, program will teach Appalachia to hit the economic curveball
Price shopping for healthcare pays

Price shopping for healthcare pays

Procedure charges vary widely partly to recoup less-than-actual cost reimbursements by Medicare and Medicaid
Taking the pulse of healthcare reform

Taking the pulse of healthcare reform

10 Kentucky leaders predict market forces will change a financially unsustainable industry