Indianapolis Business Journal

JAN. 26-FEB. 1, 2024

As the Indiana Economic Development Corp. faces a steady stream of calls from critics for more transparency, state lawmakers from both political parties have filed legislation aimed at requiring the job-creation agency to disclose more about its activities. Peter Blanchard has more on the increased scrutiny. Also in this week’s paper, Daniel Bradley chronicles a day in the life of Noblesville Mayor Chris Jensen as he exercises his high-touch, radically transparent and 16-hour-per-day approach to governing. And Dave Lindquist previews the tech and entertainment hub to be called Black Future Haus and featured during NBA All-Star Weekend.

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Indiana 250: Christopher Day

Christopher Day is the visionary leader behind Elevate Ventures, one of the most active early- and seed-stage venture capital firms in the United States. An entrepreneur who has co-founded eight businesses with multiple exits to Fortune 500 companies, he strives for Indiana to become a global leader in innovation. With experience leading companies in sectors […]

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Made in Indiana: Pretzels by Tell City Pretzels

History: The history of Tell City Pretzels dates back to 1858, when Casper Gloor settled in the brand-new town of Tell City. He had migrated from Switzerland as a member of the Swiss Colonization Society, which founded Tell City. Gloor, a master baker, became known for pretzels he baked from a secret recipe. When Gloor […]

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Nate Feltman: IBJ Media’s new tagline reflects our values

“The best of business is in us” reflects that we are believers that business is a virtuous activity. Entrepreneurs create companies that develop lifesaving drugs, services that we enjoy, and jobs and economic stability for families. We have the pleasure of reporting on Indiana’s entrepreneurs, service providers, job creators and new products each and every day.

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