Indianapolis Business Journal

FEB. 16-22, 2024

In case you missed the images of Tyrese Haliburton emblazoned across the largest hotel in Indianapolis or Larry Bird handing Haliburton a basketball in a highly symbolic gesture to open All-Star Weekend festivities, the internationally televised basketball bonanza is all about the new face of the Pacers and the breakout star of the 2023-24 season. IBJ sports columnist Derek Schultz has more on the symbiotic relationship between Haliburton and his new hometown. Also in this week’s issue, Susan Orr details the lawsuits filed against Cummins Inc. after it agreed to pay $2 billion late last year to settle allegations of Clean Air Act violations. And John Russell explains how the Indiana Donor Network is beefing up to meet a surge in demand for transplants and reduce wait times.

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Indiana 250: Allison Melangton

Allison Melangton oversees marketing, communications and corporate partnerships for Penske Entertainment Corp., owner of the IndyCar Series and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Melangton has been involved in almost every major sports event in Indianapolis over the last several decades. She served 20 years on the executive leadership team of Indiana Sports Corp., the last two […]

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Made in Indiana: Breading mixes by Uncle Al’s Breading

History: The history of Uncle Al’s is somewhat elusive, with the recipes and their ownership changing hands multiple times throughout the decades. As the stories go, a man named Al Beesbrook created a fry mix he sold under the name Fin & Fowl in the Mishawaka and South Bend areas, possibly as far back as […]

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