Indianapolis Business Journal

NOV. 15-21, 2019

The new owner of WISH-TV is an Indianapolis native but has earned a national reputation for turning around struggling TV stations. Anthony Schoettle has the story on how DuJuan McCoy plans to recapture lost viewers and return the station to prominence. Also in this week's issue, Mickey Shuey takes a close look at how the Indiana Pacers plan to reconfigure the hospitality offerings in Bankers Life Fieldhouse as part of its massive revamp. The tastes of corporate ticketholders have changed. They’re not as interested in traditional suites and club seating, which is forcing teams to figure out new options for them. And Lindsey Erdody reveals a surprising gender gap in the leadership of Indianapolis not-for-profits. Although a vast majority of not-for-profit employees are female, only 25 percent of the 100 largest not-for-profits in the Indy area have women CEOs, presidents or executive directors.

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Q&A: Keeping health care workers safe

Joe Anderson, 62, is executive director of protective services for Methodist, University and Riley hospitals, responsible for physical security for more than 4,500 employees and property of more than 10 million square feet.

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Editorial: Be bold, Mayor Hogsett, in your second term

Hogsett has set the table to tackle both problems by balancing the city’s budget during his first term. It’s time to use that fiscal stability to more aggressively attack the problems that keep Indianapolis from growing and achieving at the same level as some of its peers.

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Letter: Justice center is boondoggle

Spending well over a half-billion dollars on the Community Justice Campus, now under construction in the Twin Aire neighborhood, represents fiscal recklessness at its finest by Mayor Joe Hogsett and the Democrat-controlled City-County Council.

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