Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 13-19, 2015

From Mayor Greg Ballard’s perspective, WMB Heartland Justice Partners didn’t just have the best bid for building the city’s new criminal justice complex. It had the only bid the city could afford. Kathleen McLaughlin reports a key detail not widely advertised when the city received bids from three developers: Only Heartland met the requirement for maximum first-year payment. Also in this week’s issue, Scott Olson spotlights the change in leadership at Browning Investments Inc. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry reviews the new Yard House in Circle Centre.

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Ambitious Browning stayed for civic work

Michael Browning never envisioned he’d still be in Indianapolis after arriving nearly 40 years ago from South Bend. But the Detroit native and University of Notre Dame grad bought a business here and became one of the city’s biggest developers.

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Reward great teachers

IBJ accidentally and perfectly captures our challenge and opportunity through two very different articles [March 30].

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Sun King plans small brewery, tap room in Fishers

The 6,000-square-foot facility in North by Northeast Shopping Center will not interfere with Sun King’s hopes to open a much larger brewery and event center about a half-mile away. The bigger facility is on hold while legislators debate a bill over brewery production limits.

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PROXY CORNER: Endocyte Inc.

Endocyte Inc., 3000 Kent Ave., Suite A1-100, West Lafayette 47906, is a biopharmaceutical company developing therapies for the treatment of cancer and inflammatory diseases.

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