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Chris LaMothe, president, Indiana Chamber of Commerce; Bob Palmer, vice president, National Hub Operations, FedEx; Mike Bosway, CEO, City Securities and Indiana University economist Morton Marcus examine the impact of the terrorist attacks on commerce.

Vince Griffin and Bill Barenek, Ph.D., Indiana Enviornmental Institute discuss implications for energy supplies.

Chuck Trzcinka, finance professor, Indiana University Kelley School of Business, says history shows us that while we may experience a temporary downturn in the economy, America will bounce back despite the tragic and destructive events in New York City, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania.

Mark Patton, Inside INdiana Business analyst, Indiana University economist Morton Marcus and assistant professor of Management in the Finance Group at Purdue University, Raghu Rau discuss the broad implications for business following Tuesday's terrorist attacks on the United States.

Mark Patton, Inside INdiana Business analyst; Gerald Lynch, Purdue professor, Center for International Business Education; Keith Stucker, McDonald Investments and Jean Wojtowitz, Cambridge Capital discuss how investors may react to the terrorist attack and the subsequent political and military events.

Tuesday's terrorist attacks have impacted Indiana business, as evidenced by the following news stories this week:

  • The FDA canceled a hearing on the safety of Eli Lilly and Co.'s (NYSE: LLY) Xigris, used to treat severe sepsis.

  • Guidant Corp. (NYSE: GDT) and Bloomington-based Cook Inc. canceled appearances at a medical conference in Washington D.C.

  • The shutdown of commercial air traffic forced Midway Airlines to go out of business.

  • Indiana institutions and companies aiding in disaster relief following Tuesday's terrorist attacks include the Indianapolis-based NCAA, Emmis Communcations, also based in Indianapolis, and Fishers'-based Marsh Supermakets.

In other business news...

  • Interactive Intelligence and Brightpoint have signed a distribution deal. Under the agreement Brightpoint will distribute a new Interactive Intelligence software product.

  • Elkhart-based CTS Corp. (NYSE: CTS) announced that Donald Schwanz will succeed Joseph Walker as CEO.


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