Indianapolis Business Journal

JAN. 12-18, 2024

A cavalcade of Black celebrities will be on hand next month as Indianapolis becomes a magnet for African-American culture during the NBA's All-Star Weekend. IBJ's Dave Lindquist explains how the event has become a celebration of how the league embraces the realms of Black music, fashion, cuisine, acting and art. Also in this week's issue, Daniel Bradley explores the growing housing trend toward active-adult communities for boomers and Gen Xers. And Peter Blanchard profiles Brad Chambers as he tries to leverage his experience in business and economic development into a term as Indiana's governor.

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Indiana 250: Rafael Sanchez

As Old National Bank’s chief impact officer, Rafael Sanchez is charged with leading initiatives focused on the financial advancement of underrepresented communities. As market president, Sanchez is responsible for developing growth, talent, community engagement, and public and governmental relations in central Indiana. He is co-chair of the Indianapolis 2024 NBA All-Star Game, president of the […]

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Made in Indiana: Nutrition and energy bars by Clif Bar & Co.

History: Millions of Clif Bar products—including the company’s signature protein and nutrition bars, as well as Luna Bars and Z Bars—are produced at the company’s Indianapolis facility, which opened after Clif Bar began manufacturing its own products in 2014. The company, based in northern California, was started by Gary Erickson and Lisa Thomas in 1992; […]

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