Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 26-MAY 2, 2024

Indiana’s strategy for economic development and job creation has emerged as a key issue in the Republican gubernatorial primary—and the future of the state’s still-developing LEAP district in Boone County could be at stake in the outcome. Mickey Shuey details the differing takes on LEAP’s development. Also in this week’s issue, Daniel Bradley reports on a proposal to allow adults to stroll downtown Noblesville with alcoholic drinks. And Dave Lindquist digs into the genesis of the I Made Rock ‘N’ Roll music festival, dedicated to the legacy of Black rock artists.

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Indiana 250: Cathy Langham

Cathy Langham launched Langham Logistics in 1998 with two siblings after owning franchises in the trucking industry. She has built the company into a $60 million global transportation and warehousing business with 200 employees and nearly 2 million square feet of temperature-controlled and ambient temperature storage across the country. Langham serves on the boards of Indiana University […]

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Made in Indiana: Custom golf carts by Classic Custom Carts

History: Company owner Merlin Knepp founded his business in 2017 and incorporated it as M&K Sales LLC in 2019. Earlier this year, the company began doing business as Classic Custom Carts. Changing course: Knepp was fixing and selling zero-turn lawn mowers when he decided to buy several golf carts to refurbish and resell. Demand for […]

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