Indianapolis Business Journal


About 35,000 people work in tech fields in the Indianapolis. In the special feature “Faces of Indy Tech,” Jared Council examines the results of a survey designed to learn more about their demographic features. Also in this week’s issue, Scott Olson explains how robust homebuilding in central Indiana is keeping home prices down. And in A&E Etc., Lou has a raft of features about the architecturally rich city of Columbus, including a preview of an ambitious art-installation project, a review of the new movie bearing the city’s name, and a survey of its culinary surprises.

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St. Vincent

Pacers lift curtain on $50M downtown training center

Twenty months after breaking ground, the Indiana Pacers on Aug. 24 unveiled the $50 million St. Vincent Center directly across Delaware Street from Bankers Life Fieldhouse, combining team training facilities with health care services for the public. The five-story, 130,000-square-foot facility houses two full-court practice courts—one named for former Pacers coach Bobby “Slick” Leonard and […]

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LETTER: Senator right on health care

We are hopeful that now the Senate can work together in a bipartisan way to improve our nation’s health care system and ensure that all Americans have quality and affordable health care.

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LETTER: Lobbyist wrong on ethanol

Thanks to ethanol, Indiana farmers and the biofuels industry are saving consumers at the pump, providing higher octane at a lower cost, all while lowering tail pipe emissions.  

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