Indianapolis Business Journal

MAY 16-22, 2016

Tech talent and naming rights on the state’s tallest building were key factors that helped Indianapolis secure an 800-employee hiring commitment from this month. Jared Council has details from the negotiations. Also in this week’s issue, Anthony Schoettle examines the effect of tee-time brokers—a kind of variation on travel-booking websites—on area golf courses. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry looks at how Tube Factory Artspace is trying to boost the Garfield Park neighborhood.

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HDG Mansur examiner hopes to hit insurance jackpot

Bankruptcy examiner John Humphrey, who has been investigating potential claims against HDG Mansur founder Harold Garrison, is hoping for a big payout from the company's $5 million directors and officers liability insurance policy.

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Not-for-profits join co-working movement

Hubs designed for not-for-profits have joined the local co-working craze as social leaders see opportunities to save money on office space and collaborate with groups in similar positions.

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Mayor should lead transit charge

The referendum to impose a 0.25 percent income tax in Marion County to fund transit improvements is one of Joe Hogsett’s first big opportunities to influence the future of Indianapolis.

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