Indianapolis Business Journal

Aug. 1-8, 2016

Now that Eric Holcomb has become the Republican nominee for governor, he must race to put together the ingredients for a successful campaign that normally take months of groundwork. Hayleigh Colombo examines his challenges leading up to the Nov. 8 election. Also in this week's issue, Anthony Schoettle explains why WTHR-TV Channel 13 is committing $1 million to Olympics coverage, and Jared Council profiles a father-and-son venture capital firm that's pumping millions of dollars into Indianapolis technology startups. In Focus, Council explores CNO Financial Group's diversification into investments

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Former BMO exec jumps to Salin

Frieburg Indianapolis-based Salin Bank and Trust Co. appointed John L. Frieburg III, the former Indianapolis market president for BMO Harris Bank, as its executive vice president and chief credit officer. The bank said Frieburg is responsible for all functions of its credit administration and loan compliance. Frieburg served as president of Harris Bank Huntley from […]

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