Indianapolis Business Journal

April 10-16, 2020

Government and public health officials for weeks have been saying the COVID-19 crisis in Indiana hasn't yet peaked. This week, John Russell delves into what goes into projecting the peak and when it's likely to hit. The issue also features a story from Lindsey Erdody exploring Lilly Endowment's outsized role in funding safety-net services for the state's most vulnerable during the crisis. And Mickey Shuey explores how the pandemic might affect the timetable for the $360 million Bankers Life Fieldhouse renovation project. In addition, Mark Montieth tells the tale of the Indianapolis Indians' 1955 stock sale. A share bought back then for $10 now is worth some $46,000.

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