Indianapolis Business Journal


Everybody knows that landing Amazon’s secondary headquarters would be a game-changer for any city. IBJ asked economists to sketch out some specifics about how HQ2 would change central Indiana. Also in this week’s issue, Lindsey Erdody explores how local not-for-profits are preparing for changes in charitable giving due to tax reform. And in A&E Etc., dining critic Lou Harry reviews Three Carrots, the new vegetarian oasis on Virginia Avenue.

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Not-for-profits brace for impact of tax bill

Charities are waiting to see whether new tax changes, which will reduce the number of Americans who qualify to lower their federal tax bills by using a deduction for giving, will also reduce donations.

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Foundation plots new life for theater

Under a Central Indiana Community Foundation plan, Theatre on the Square will cease producing shows and will instead find an arts group to manage its venue for other theater organizations.

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OWENS: Let’s make an Amazonian commitment

Regardless of how this pitch and Amazon’s decision work out, let’s use this excitement and momentum to envision an Indianapolis positioned well for the next 50,000 jobs created, whether those jobs come in a smiling box or not.

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