Indianapolis Business Journal

AUGUST 21-27, 2017

A local developer is planning to make a big splash on the city’s near-east side by revamping the old Ford Motor Co. assembly plant and moving its headquarters there. Scott Olson reports that TWG now is also looking at buying a big structure next door. Also in this week’s issue, Susan Orr reveals the surprising connections between the Indianapolis business community and the new independent film about the city of Columbus. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry explains how Sahm’s Ale House has remade a familiar dining spot in Nora.

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IU exceeds 2017 gift goals

The donations mark the fourth consecutive year giving has exceeded the goals IU set in its bicentennial funding campaign. It’s also the third consecutive year philanthropic support has exceeded $400 million.

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LENZI: Good design built on integrating, connecting

In the IoT era, design must address the integration of objects, functions and processes at the systems level along with the creative ability to see connections previously unnoticed, and within a business’s economic and technological constraints. This can be taught.

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LETTER: WTTS is no radio rebel

am exactly the target listener they are trying to attract, but can no longer tolerate the saturation airplay of the same John Mellencamp, Fleetwood Mac, Tom Petty and Dave Matthews Band songs played year after year by WTTS.

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