“The best of business is in us” reflects that we are believers that business is a virtuous activity. Entrepreneurs create companies that develop lifesaving drugs, services that we enjoy, and jobs and economic stability for families. We have the pleasure of reporting on Indiana’s entrepreneurs, service providers, job creators and new products each and every day.
Indy has big-city attractions (e.g., museums), amenities (e.g., world-class airport) and entertainment options (e.g., sporting events and concerts), without the big-city costs, aggravations and headaches.
Daniels’ philosophy of working hard, thinking boldly, keeping score, delivering results and lifting everyone up continues to inspire me and countless Hoosiers.
This holiday season, consider volunteering or contributing to an organization that is working to help those who need a helping hand and a bridge to food and economic security.
Indiana is attracting the jobs of the future. Pitting city against city or rural versus urban will set us back.
Nearly 70% of Swiss high school students are enrolled in a paid apprenticeship program starting at age 15 or 16. This experience develops important skills, such as time management, teamwork, problem solving, accountability and reliability.
In contrast, Hoosiers last year re-elected a leader who embodies what are today considered the rare qualities listed above when we voted overwhelmingly for Sen. Todd Young to begin his second term as Indiana’s senior U.S. senator.
To date, the candidates’ stances on public safety and gun laws have taken center stage. Absent from the discussion have been a vision and plan for creating a more prosperous and more livable city.
Enjoy reading and learning who made the list this year and all the fun facts about Indiana’s leaders.
Both parties are guilty of demonizing the other and using the polarization that they create to raise funds, bring notoriety to themselves, and stake out positions that are all-or-nothing, thus all but eliminating problem-solving and compromise.
Our Engage events highlight regional initiatives that are working, as well as challenges each region hopes to address in order to grow and provide better opportunities for its residents.
Mickey’s Camp for women will be held Aug. 14-16, and Mickey’s Camp for men Aug. 16-18.
Bill built businesses and courageously fought for a more prosperous Indiana. In his honor, IBJ is creating an award to honor those that follow Bill’s example.
One common trait shared by all the top job markets in the nation is that they are in states where Republicans control the Legislature.
There likely has never been more turnover in top city and state jobs in such a short time.
As state and city leaders grapple with reinvigorating downtown and contemplate the future economic drivers for the region, arguably nothing holds more promise than the further activation of two of the state’s most powerful research engines.