Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 19-25, 2024

A pilot program that has sought to put Indianapolis renters on a more even playing field with their landlords in eviction cases faces an uncertain fate with the end of federal COVID-19 funding. Taylor Wooten examines the murky future of one of the few tools city officials have to address Indianapolis’ high-frequency of evictions. Also in this week’s issue, John Russell asks officials at health system Ascension whether its latest round of restructuring will result in the sale or closure of its operations in central Indiana. And Mickey Shuey gauges the pressure facing the downtown office market.

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Derek Schultz: The Clark effect

Outside of Peyton Manning’s MVP trophy hoisting and “Saturday Night Live” hosting peak 20 years ago, it’s hard to find any single Indianapolis sports figure that ever quite possessed the cachet that Clark carries with her to the Circle City.

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Indiana 250: Jim Ryan

Jim Ryan joined Evansville-based Old National Bancorp, parent of Old National Bank, in 2000 and became CEO in 2019. Under his leadership, Old National last year completed a $6.5 billion acquisition of Chicago-based First Midwest Bank, bringing its total assets to $46 billion. Ryan is chair of the Evansville Regional Economic Partnership, vice chair of the Evansville […]

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Made in Indiana: Caskets by Abbey Caskets

History: Saint Meinrad Archabbey, a Catholic Benedictine monastery, was founded in 1854 in Spencer County by monks from Einsiedeln Abbey in Switzerland. Per their tradition, monks are buried in wood caskets with streamlined design elements intended to reflect the simplicity of their lives. In 1999, the monks of the Archabbey saw that there was enough […]

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