Indianapolis Business Journal

JULY 27-AUG. 2, 2018

The Central Indiana Community Foundation, the philanthropic powerhouse behind quality-of-life initiatives such as the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, is shifting its mission with an ambitious goal in mind: dismantling institutional racism. As part of her series on poverty in Indianapolis, Hayleigh Colombo explores how far CICF can go toward its goal. Also in this week’s issue, Erica Irish explains how a new owner and chef are working to revitalize the Le Peep breakfast chain. And in Explore, Mike Lopresti checks the resumes of the Colts’ new coaches.

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Lilly plan to take Elanco public is a win for central Indiana

Civic leaders breathed a sigh of relief on July 24 when Eli Lilly and Co. announced it planned to spin off its Greenfield-based animal-health unit, Elanco, in an initial public offering rather than selling it outright. Indianapolis-based Lilly had announced last October that it was exploring strategic options for the business. It’s a phrase that […]

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