Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 17-23, 2017

After decades of heady success and then an aggressive expansion, things started to unravel for HHGregg Inc. Greg Andrews examines what worked during the salad days and how it ended up in the trash heap of failed appliance and electronics retailers. Also in this week’s issue, Anthony Schoettle explores the fate of television news choppers, which have fallen by the wayside after years as fixtures of local TV. And Scott Olson explores the possible backup plan for the owner of beleaguered Marsh Supermarkets: selling individual stores.

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Top Simon exec exiting company

David Contis, Simon Property Group’s president of mall operations, is resigning from the Indianapolis-based retail real estate giant to “spend more time with his family,” the firm said in an SEC filing.

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LETTER: Ricker’s played by rules

Ricker’s met the qualifications for an in-store restaurant alcohol permit by having $200,000 in food sales and a dining room capacity of at least 25. He went through the public hearings and was approved by both the local board and the ATC.

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