Indianapolis Business Journal

AUG. 23-29, 2019

This week, John Russell catches up with serial entrepreneur Don Brown and his latest startup, LifeOmic. The company’s main product focuses on using powerful data analysis to help doctors and patients predict medical risks, but it’s also finding surprise success with consumer apps for maintaining healthy habits. Also on the front page this week, Susan Orr prepares us for the debut of the Red Line on Sept. 1. IndyGo is expecting big things from the rapid transit route running north-south through the middle of the city, including a 69 percent increase in ridership along the corridor by this time next year. And Samm Quinn has an update on Zionsville’s Creekside Corporate Park, which required millions of dollars in investment from the town but currently has just one occupant.

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Indiana University approves new degrees

At the IU Bloomington campus, the degrees include a bachelor of science in cybersecurity and global policy. The degree will be a collaboration between the School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering, and the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies.

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Santiago Jaramillo: Finding Ikigai through engaging work

I recently learned about a Japanese concept called Ikigai, which means “reason for being.” Ikigai is the intersection of what you’re good at, what you love, what the world needs, and what you can be paid for. I believe we’re succeeding if we’re living and working within the overlap of those four areas. That’s where we become our best selves and experience our profession through our purpose.

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Una Osili: Look to different perspective to understand violence

We’re confronted once again with the tragic and senseless loss of lives from gun violence in the aftermath of El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio. Although recent mass shootings in the United States can be linked to multifaceted factors, there is evidence that the El Paso shooting was a calculated political act fueled by anti-immigrant […]

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2019 CTO of the Year: Alan Pyrz

Under Pyrz, eGov designed and developed proprietary content management and payment solutions, has undergone two major code updates, revamped its infrastructure, and introduced company-wide processes to allow the team to succeed.

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