Indianapolis Business Journal

MARCH 18-24, 2022

It’s been nearly two years since COVID-19 led Delta Air Lines to stop flying its Indianapolis-to-Paris route, and airport officials still can’t say when the flight will return. Mickey Shuey unpacks how they hope to reestablish trans-Atlantic flights. Also in this week’s issue, Susan Orr explains how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is having a direct impact on Indiana technology companies. And Leslie Bonilla Muñiz reports that two long-abandoned brownfields in Indianapolis could be revived with a $90 million overhaul for manufacturing and food processing.

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Memory bank: Dedicating a YMCA

Madam C.J. Walker and Booker T. Washington were among those who participated in the dedication of the Senate Avenue YMCA, the first YMCA for African Americans in Indianapolis. Construction began in fall 1912 at the intersection of West Michigan Street and Senate Avenue, and Walker donated $1,000 to the effort. For 25 years, the Senate […]

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