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Monday Business Briefing: Local stock performance varies wildly; new hotel planned near Oxmoor; Taxi 7 fleet doubled; and more

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Welcome to the Aug. 1 Monday Business Briefing, your private business intelligence digest from Insider Louisville. July stock review: Food companies do well, insurers not so much Stocks posted solid gains in July, with the S&P 500 rising 3.6 percent — but the performance of stocks with local importance varied widely. Food companies fared especially well in […]

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To honor Ali, Schwinn donates 100 bikes to Louisville kids

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One day in 1954, Louisville police officer Joe Martin — who also ran a boxing gym — met a young Cassius Clay, whose red Schwinn bicycle had just been stolen. Clay proclaimed he wanted to “whup” whomever stole his bike, to which the policeman replied he ought to learn to box first. And with that, the boy who later would become Muhammad Ali began […]

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Humana sues to recover millions from drug testing company

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Updated at 2:37 p.m. with Ameritox comments. Humana alleges in a lawsuit that a drug testing company has received millions of dollars from the insurer through claims that were fraudulent. Humana said Baltimore-based Ameritox engaged in a “fraudulent scheme … to improperly maximize profits” by filing claims with Humana to get reimbursed for urine drug […]

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New Germantown bar The Pearl opens with a nod to the past

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The Pearl is located at 1151 Goss Ave. | Photo by Sara Havens

The Pearl opened its doors to curious neighbors, industry cohorts and anyone else who happened to be strolling by the corner of Goss and Texas avenues in Germantown on Sunday afternoon. The dive bar is the latest concept from Silver Dollar and El Camino co-owner Larry Rice, who was busy Sunday behind the bar, finishing up […]

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Metro Council tables tax incentives for Mercy, Phoenix Hill apartment projects over affordable housing concerns

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The four-story, 195-unit apartment building will be located on the Mercy Academy site.| Courtesy of Edwards Cos.

Metro Council was set to vote on whether to approve tax increment financing (TIF) for two apartment complex developments last Thursday but tabled the items and sent them back to committee amid concerns from several Democratic council members over the lack of affordable housing in those projects. In the meeting of the Democratic caucus earlier that afternoon, […]

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Louisville adds six electric buses to existing fleet

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Barry Barker, executive director of TARC, spoke about the financial and environmental benefits of zero-emission buses. | Photo by Caitlin Bowling

Louisville officials, U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth and other guests Monday celebrated the addition of six new zero-emission buses to the city’s fleet with a ride along sections of the route the buses will circuit. The buses cost $4.65 million and were built by Colorado-based Proterra. The majority of the funding came from a $3.3 million […]

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CUB’s ‘channels of delivery’ ensure exceptional client experience

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Citizens Union Bank knows that its customers have different needs and preferences when doing their banking, and CUB is committed to delivering an exceptional client experience through its many channels of delivery. “We will be accessible to them wherever they want and whenever they want,” said Debbie Prewitt, Market President and Senior Commercial Lender at […]

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TDM troubleshooting saves customers valuable time

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by Dan Keane, TDM, (502) 238-1085 or dank@tdm.cc The phrase “award-winning customer service” is thrown around with reckless abandon in the technology industry as a badge of self-proclaimed — and usually vaguely sourced — greatness. A badge that often fits neatly into an advertisement, but generally comes with a distinct lack of validity. Much like how […]

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