Indianapolis Business Journal

JAN. 13-19, 2023

Dr. Siva Nalabotu opened the first VetCheck Clinic in 2018 in Fishers with the novel approach of using an urgent-care model for pets. Daniel Bradley reports that VetCheck already is expanding nationwide with a franchising model. Also in this week’s issue, Peter Blanchard reports that an Indiana House member is reviving an effort to make changes to the business personal property tax that would give some small-business owners a windfall while reducing local government revenue. And John Russell details an effort by a group of physicians and business leaders to create a new medical school in Indiana with a focus on global health.

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Indiana 250: Jim Hallett

“Outwork everyone else. This doesn’t always mean putting in more hours or sacrificing everything else in life for your career. But it does mean always working to improve yourself and to do whatever you can to help your customers succeed.”

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Memory Bank: A Gothic welcome

Pictured is the 34th Street entrance of Crown Hill Cemetery. The iconic cemetery was established in 1863 on the highest point in Marion County, then called Strawberry Hill. The summit, which overlooks Indianapolis, was renamed The Crown. The cemetery consists of 555 acres and includes a 1.4-acre national cemetery. Many notable Hoosiers are buried at […]

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