Indianapolis Business Journal

JAN. 11-17, 2019

In this week’s issue, Mickey Shuey reveals the sweeping changes proposed for Indiana’s meagerly funded state tourism bureau, in hopes of boosting the dollars available for marketing and attracting new visitors. Greg Andrews explains how James Burkhart, the former CEO of nursing home giant American Senior Communities, is trying to get his felony conviction for fraud thrown out while he serves a nearly 10-year prison sentence. And Lindsey Erdody has IBJ’s annual accounting of the biggest philanthropic gifts across the state. The big winner for 2018: sleepy Wabash College.

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This Mike Alley is no banking executive

Mike Alley is a lot of things. The one thing he is not: a bank executive. The 61-year-old owner and CEO of Resilient Strategies—who is also executive director of the Business Resiliency Alliance of Indiana—is a distant cousin of the local banking executive by the same name, and he laughs at the confusion over the […]

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How to choose the right financial adviser for your needs

Selecting a good financial adviser is one of the most important financial decisions life requires you to make. If you blow this one, it can cost you and your family lots of money and require you to work well into your golden years. Getting this decision right will help you live happily ever after. At […]

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Letter: Put policy to work to tackle skills gap

In early December the Indiana Manufacturers Association launched a regional manufacturing education initiative working with education partners so classes can be customized and available in the communities where jobs are waiting.

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