Indianapolis Business Journal

MARCH 23-29, 2015

After wearing the mantle of “emerging neighborhood” for two decades, Fountain Square has finally arrived in a way the business community can easily understand. Scott Olson reports that properties are fetching several multiples of their assessed values, proving the demand to locate in the hot area. Also this week, Jared Council illustrates the blurring lines between CMOs and CIOs in the C-suite. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry browses the new exhibition dedicated to the history of L.S. Ayres.

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Indiana’s higher education achievement results mixed

Indiana’s public colleges and universities, spurred by pressure from state lawmakers, are pumping out more graduates than ever. But in spite of a 20-percent increase in degrees granted since 2010, the education level of Indiana’s younger adults has barely budged, for reasons that aren’t clear.

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IndyCar deal with USA Today Sports is ethical

The deal between USA Today Sports and IndyCar [March 16 IBJ] is a marketing relationship that makes USA Today Sports and its affiliated properties a preferred marketing partner of the racing circuit in the United States.

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