Indianapolis Business Journal

JUNE 16-22, 2023

Who do you think is responsible when a hospital sends a patient’s diagnosis to the wrong person, and that person immediately posts the diagnosis on Facebook. IBJ’s John Russell has the details from a privacy case involving an Indianapolis resident that has made its way to the Indiana Supreme Court. Also in this week’s issue, Peter Blanchard explains how the state is investing in Warsaw, Indiana, in order to help preserve its critical mass of orthopedic device firms. And IBJ’s latest edition of the Corporate 100 ranks the largest public and private companies in the state.

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Indiana 250: Brian Payne

Brian Payne moved to Indianapolis in 1993 to be managing director of the Indiana Repertory Theatre. In 2000, he became president and CEO of the Central Indiana Community Foundation, where he is responsible for setting the vision for both the Central Indiana Community Foundation and the Indianapolis Foundation. Late last year, the foundation announced that […]

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Made in Indiana: Baking powder by Clabber Girl

History: Clabber Girl traces its roots to 1850, when brothers Francis and Herman Hulman opened Hulman & Co., a dry goods business, in downtown Terre Haute. Within a few years, Herman Hulman developed his first baking powder recipe—a mixture of sour milk and baked fireplace ash called “clabber”—and worked for more than 40 years to […]

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