Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 28-MAY 4, 2023

As Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett seeks a third term, he’s facing opposition from a faction of his own party for the Democratic nomination. Taylor Wooten outlines the choice primary voters face between Hogsett’s two-term record and the vision of state representative Robin Shackleford. Also in this week’s issue, John Russell explains how the Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine physician group has rebounded from its split from IU Health. And Dave Lindquist profiles science fiction and fantasy author Maurice Broaddus, who has been hired by Marvel Comics and publisher Smart Pop to write stories featuring the character Black Panther.

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Indiana 250: Dr. Jerome Adams

Dr. Jerome Adams, a former U.S. surgeon general, serves as distinguished professor and director of health equity initiatives at Purdue University, overseeing development of the school’s health equity strategy. A member of then-President Trump’s coronavirus task force and a licensed anesthesiologist, he also serves as a WISH-TV Channel 8 medical correspondent while practicing and teaching […]

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Made in Indiana: Essenhaus Noodles by Essenhaus Foods

Company history: The mass production of noodles by Essenhaus Foods is an outgrowth of the traditional Amish-style food served by the popular Das Dutchman Essenhaus restaurant, founded in 1971 by Bob and Sue Miller in Middlebury. Through the years, the operation in northern Indiana’s Amish country has grown into a tourist destination that includes a […]

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Editorial: It’s time to cast your vote

Take some time before 6 p.m. on Tuesday, when the polls close, to look at who’s running, do a little research and cast votes for the people you believe would make the best leaders for your community.

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Mickey Kim: Biases can destroy NFL Draft, investor returns

The NFL Draft and securities markets both provide researchers with huge amounts of data for analyzing judgment under uncertainty and decision under risk. Research leads to understanding how NFL general managers and investors make choices when resources are at stake and the outcome is unknown. In other words, you discover how forecasts are made and […]

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