Indianapolis Business Journal

DEC. 17-23, 2021

Duke Energy, the largest electric utility in Indiana, wants to send much of its coal-fired generating fleet into early retirement by 2035 and switch to cleaner sources of energy. But as John Russell reports, some consumer groups, environmentalists and elected officials contend the progress isn’t nearly fast enough. Also in this week’s issue, Leslie Bonilla Muñiz explains how an unusual public-private collaboration is renovate a 160-unit affordable housing complex on the north-east side and keep it affordable for the next three decades. And Dave Lindquist has a roundup of the holiday season’s main attractions as cultural institutions vie for seasonal dollars.

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Jill Mendoza: Changing the way we think about workspaces

In one of our first face-to-face meetings since the pandemic began, my team and I recently visited a corporate client. As we walked to our meeting space, we passed through a large cafeteria, a cafe and several open collaborative areas. In these areas, designed to accommodate a large, diverse workforce, we could count the people […]

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Letter: IBJ wrong on vaccine

For the first time in my 30-plus years of subscribing to the paper, I felt your statement was politically driven and not reality driven.

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