Indianapolis Business Journal

AUG. 4-10, 2023

Central Indiana has no lack of coffee shops, but out-of-state java purveyors believe there’s an unmet appetite for caffeinated beverages in public spaces. Dave Lindquist reports on the latest wave of coffeeshop chains opening stores in the Indy area. Also in this week’s issue, Susan Orr goes behind the scenes of the debut of Rally, a multimillion-dollar business conference intended to bring together entrepreneurs and investors. And Mickey Shuey sheds light on plans to turn the now-vacant John Marshall High School into a neighborhood services hub on the far-east side.

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Derek Schultz: A fleeting moment

This latest crumbling relationship with an Indianapolis sports star has become another example of how things in the sports world can seem to be heading in one direction, before turning on a dime and rapidly retreating the opposite way.

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Made in Indiana: Perfume and other fragrances by Annie Oakley Perfumery & Studio

History: Renee Gabet was a single mother looking for a new career in the early 1970s when she found success selling homemade jewelry at art fairs and Western-themed events. Remembering her love for frequenting the perfume section of Fort Wayne’s Wolf and Dessauer department store as a girl, Gabet developed a cowgirl-themed fragrance—with the help […]

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