Indianapolis Business Journal

JAN. 3-9, 2020

The leaders of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra have several momentous decisions to make in coming months, in addition to getting the organization back in the black. Lindsey Erdody explains how the ISO is approaching hiring a new concertmaster, beginning the search for a new conductor and negotiating a new contract with musicians—all while trying to avoid a deficit. Also in this week’s issue, Anthony Schoettle has the inside story on the creation of the Indiana 5G Zone—one of two labs of its kind in the country—which will be tasked with developing revolutionary new wireless technology. And Mickey Shuey explores the public-private partnership being finalized to help the city finance a health care and community center in Broad Ripple Park.

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Editorial: New directions mark start of 2020

So many big stories of 2019—Roger Penske’s purchase of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, big acquisitions by Eli Lilly and Co. and Elanco, the launch of the Red Line—were as much about the future as they were about the past.

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