Indianapolis Business Journal

JULY 14-20, 2023

In the last two years, the Indianapolis arts community has experienced head-spinning turnover at the top of some of its most prominent institutions, including Newfields, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Dance Kaleidoscope and Heartland Film. Dave Lindquist explores how leadership changes can affect an organization’s relationship with existing donors while potentially making inroads with new audiences. Also in this week’s issue, John Russell takes the temperature of Hamilton County’s Riverview Health hospital system, which is dealing with a flood of red ink and competition from larger health care systems. And Susan Orr checks in with Hoosiers who have federal students loans about their concerns as they prepare to restart payments.

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Indiana 250: Patty Martin

Patty Martin joined BioCrossroads as president and CEO in July 2019. She stepped down from the role in April. She previously worked as chief operating officer of Lilly Diabetes and served as Eli Lilly and Co.’s chief diversity officer and chief alliance officer. She is a member of the Indiana University Foundation and Women’s Philanthropy […]

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Made in Indiana: Cut glass by Warsaw Cut Glass Co.

History: Warsaw Cut Glass traces its roots to 1911, when Chicago’s Johnson-Carlson Cut Glass Co. met with the Warsaw Chamber of Commerce to expand the company’s glass-cutting operations. Johnson-Carlson’s Chicago factory could not keep up with demand, and company officers decided Warsaw was a good second location. A year later, Warsaw Cut Glass opened for […]

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