Indianapolis Business Journal

JANUARY 16-22, 2017

Gov. Eric Holcomb has his eyes on improving the state’s connectivity via air travel and is pushing a plan aimed at attracting new nonstop and direct flights to and from the Indianapolis International Airport. Hayleigh Colombo has details on the $10 million plan. Also in this week’s issue, Scott Olson reveals the city’s vision for the GM stamping plant site. And Lindsey Erdody examines the surge in home building in Whitestown.

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FEIGENBAUM: Even among GOP, compromises are a must

While some governors prefer to hold their legislative-agenda cards close to the vest before bully-pulpit time, Holcomb appears to want to get the legislative train rolling and doesn’t appear to be harboring any major programs announcement for the State of the State speech.

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DAVISON: Bridging the Indy-area workforce gap

For central Indiana talent to fulfill our developing need, the region must bridge the workforce gap. The good news is that work has begun through the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership and its recent initiative, Ascend Indiana.

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