Indianapolis Business Journal

DEC. 16-22, 2022

More than three years after Indiana lawmakers passed legislation to issue digital driver’s licenses, the effort to bring mobile credentials to Hoosiers appears to be stuck in neutral. Peter Blanchard reports that there’s no longer a timetable or even a cost projection for the program. Also in this week’s issue, John Russell features OPYS Physician Services, an Indianapolis firm that’s helping to meet the medical staffing demands created by physician burnout in rural areas. And Susan Orr has an ominous report from the frontlines of consumer behavior: Savings accounts are drying up and credit-card balances are again on the rise.

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Memory bank: Christmas at the Zoo

Pictured is the Indianapolis Zoo decorated in thousands of lights at Christmastime in 1984. In 1967, the zoo became the first in the nation to hold a holiday lights event. Since then, the tradition has continued to grow. This year, Christmas at the Zoo will celebrate its 54th anniversary. During the event, children can visit […]

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