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Louisville company files for IPO

A Louisville environmental company on Friday announced that it intends to go public. Charah Solutions Inc. has filed an intent to pursue an initial public offering with the U.S. Securities and Excha…
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SWIM WITH THE SHARKS: Baseball and business have a lot in common

Mackay’s Moral: You’ll knock it out of the park if you learn these baseball lessons.
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VIDEO: Churchill CEO Cartstanjen discusses the future of sports betting

The recent news that the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a federal law that banned sports gambling in most states brought a lot of attention on Churchill Downs Inc. Louisville-based Churchill Downs (…
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Margins increase for banks: A top Fed official explains why

The Fed has noticed a trend: Bank earnings have increased by about 20 basis points on annualized basis.
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Mohler to SBTS graduates: Depend on Christ’s strength in your ministry

Graduates of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary can draw strength for ministry from the gospel of the Lord… The post Mohler to SBTS graduates: Depend on Christ's strength in your ministry ap…
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Top of the List: These are Louisville's largest general contractors

The lists in the May 18 issue of Louisville Business First rank the area's largest general contractors and the area's largest construction projects. The annual general contractors list is ranked by…
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State wants to develop 133 acres at Kentucky Expo Center

The Kentucky Tourism, Arts & Heritage Cabinet also has canceled an RFP for a sports entertainment complex at the fairgrounds.
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Parks and Recreation swimming pools to open Memorial Day Weekend

The four outdoor pools operated by Louisville Parks and Recreation will open for the season on Saturday, May 26. The Algonquin, Norton, Fairdale and Sun Valley Park pools are fully staffed with lifeg…
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Texas Roadhouse names new CFO

Louisville-based steakhouse chain Texas Roadhouse Inc. has a new CFO. The new member of the C-suite is Tonya Robinson, who previously was vice president of finance and investor relations for the com…
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Busy Baxter Avenue intersection to close for two months

A busy Louisville intersection will close for more than two months for sewer work. The intersection at Baxter Avenue and Lexington Road will close from May 29 to Aug. 7, according to a news release …
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Jurich gets millions in settlement with U of L

The University of Louisville Board of Trustees and the University of Louisville Athletic Association have approved a settlement with former athletics director Tom Jurich. Among the terms of the agre…
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Former Baptist Healthcare CEO dies

Tommy Smith, a former CEO of Baptist Healthcare System Inc., died Thursday at age 74. Smith retired from Baptist Health in 2013 after 37 years with the organization. He was CEO for 18 years. During…
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Bevin names a new secretary of Cabinet for Health and Family Services

Kentucky has a new secretary of its Cabinet for Health and Family Services. Gov. Matt Bevin named Adam Meir to the post, where he will lead policy and operations for the state's largest cabinet, res…
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As U of L turns a page, rebuilding trust is the challenge

Rebuilding trust and turning the page. Those themes bubbled up numerous times Thursday afternoon as the University of Louisville’s new president, Neeli Bendapudi, attended her first meeting of the s…
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AT&T plans to offer 'first holographic' device this summer

AT&T (NYSE: T) is set to unveil a device that looks like it might have been ripped out of an episode of Star Wars. The Dallas-based wireless giant announced it will offer the “first holographic s…
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