Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 7-13, 2023

Downtown’s vibrancy has been dulled a bit by some national post-pandemic trends, including a decrease in office workers, an increase in homelessness and crime, and the continued decline of downtown malls. Taylor Wooten polls the candidates for Indianapolis mayor on how they would deal with those challenges, and more. Also in this week’s issue, Dave Lindquist details how local restaurants are refining food preparation and the customer experience now that more people are ordering through mobile apps. And John Russell explains how the potential for turning cow manure into natural gas is gaining more converts in Indiana’s energy sector.

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Indiana 250: Karrah Herring

Karrah Herring is the first member of an Indiana governor’s cabinet dedicated to equity and inclusion. Her work focuses not only within state government but also across the state’s public and private sectors. Gov. Eric Holcomb appointed Herring—who had been public affairs director at the University of Notre Dame—in 2020 with the goal of developing […]

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Made in Indiana: Honda Civic by Honda Manufacturing of Indiana

History: Nearly 15 years ago—on Oct. 9, 2008—the first car, a black Honda Civic sedan, rolled off the assembly line at the Japanese automaker’s new plant in Greensburg. Since then, the plant has produced more than 2 million automobiles, many of them Civics, one of the all-time, best-selling cars in the world. When the plant […]

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Letters: House should pass ‘Share the Savings’ bill

Senate Bill 8, or the “Share the Savings” bill, would provide relief to hundreds of thousands of Hoosiers, ensuring their life-saving medications are more affordable by passing through negotiated rebates to plan participants at the point of sale.

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