Indianapolis Business Journal

MARCH 24-30, 2023

Susan Orr reports that the failures of both Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank earlier this month have venture investors and startups in Indiana and elsewhere rethinking how and where they bank—and that’s creating a business opportunity for other financial institutions. Also in this week’s issue, Dave Lindquist explains how a Zionsville musician turned his passion for making sausage into the fast-growing meat supplier Old Major Market. And John Russell examines how BioCrossroads, the organization that promotes Indiana’s life sciences industry, is rethinking its mission after 20 years.

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Indiana 250: James Danko

James Danko became Butler University‘s 21st president in 2011. Since then, he has led a significant transformation of the campus, including nearly $500 million in capital improvement projects to upgrade academic, research, residential, performance and athletic spaces. And he’s worked to enhance Butler’s national reputation. In 2013, Danko successfully advocated for Butler‘s athletic teams to become […]

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