Indianapolis Business Journal

JAN. 25-31, 2019

The number of homeless people who died in Indianapolis hit the highest point in 2018 since advocates started keeping records more than a decade ago. Hayleigh Colombo has broken new ground on this major public safety issue by investigating the causes of death. She also explores what can be done about the trend and why some seemingly obvious solutions are far from cure-alls. Also in this week’s issue, Anthony Schoettle details concerns that the rash of local acquisitions could be eroding Indianapolis’ tech ecosystem before it fully blossoms. And Lindsey Erdody marks the progress that Gov. Eric Holcomb has made on one of his top priorities—making sure the Hoosier workforce is adequately prepared to fill the skilled jobs companies need to grow.

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