Indianapolis Business Journal

JAN. 19-25, 2024

Finding one’s way into Gainbridge Fieldhouse on Feb. 18 for the flagship event of NBA All-Star Weekend will cost a pretty penny, if any tickets can be found at all. Mickey Shuey explores the forces that drive even the lowest ticket prices sky high and make private suites harder to come by for local sponsors. Also in this week’s issue, Taylor Wooten explains how the fight against a large industrial project planned on former farmland on the south side of Indianapolis has snowballed into an environmental advocacy flashpoint. And John Russell takes stock of the surge in large philanthropic gifts to Indiana not-for-profits in 2023 as 79 individual donors gave $348.7 million.

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Indiana 250: Jennifer Rumsey

Jennifer Rumsey is president and CEO of Cummins Inc., the world’s largest independent maker of engines and related technologies, and is on the company’s board. She has served Cummins in several leadership positions, including most recently as chief operating officer and before that as president of components and vice president and chief technical officer. Rumsey […]

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Made in Indiana: Craft leather by Silver Creek Leather Co.

History: Greg Sartor had been working at Caldwell/Moser Tannery in New Albany for about two years when, in 2002, the company closed after some 125 years in business. Sartor had been overseeing the leather lace part of the business—making shoelaces for major retailers, including Timberland, Rockport and Sperry. When the company closed, he purchased some […]

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