Indianapolis Business Journal

MAY 19-25, 2023

India-based tech giant Infosys lit up Indianapolis like a fireworks show in 2018, spotlighting plans for a $245 million, 141-acre campus and jobs for 3,000 local employees. As IBJ’s Susan Orr reports, the reality five years later is considerably dimmer. Also in this week’s issue, Mickey Shuey unpacks the economics of buying corporate suites at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, including the costs to suite holders and the potential returns. And John Russell examines the possible ramifications of a new state law that aims to help Hoosiers get more affordable prescription drugs.

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Indiana 250: Frank Basile

Frank Basile is one of Indianapolis’ premier philanthropists. He retired in 2008 from a 33-year career with Gene B. Glick Co., where he was senior vice president. Since retiring, he’s served as board chair or president of 11 not-for-profits and is on the board of eight, including the Arts Council of Indianapolis, Phoenix Theatre and […]

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Made in Indiana: Apple butter and preserves by Dillman Farm 

Company history: In 1970, Carl Dillman and his wife, Sue, began selling oven-baked apple butter to the former Colonial Room Restaurant in Brown County. Carl delivered the apple butter jars to the eatery while driving his milk route for Bloomington-based Johnson’s Creamery, where he worked for 37 years. As demand grew for the apple butter, the […]

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