Indianapolis Business Journal

NOV. 18-24, 2022

Indiana is at a critical juncture that demands practical strategies to help businesses find skilled employees, remove barriers for entry for workers and provide students with skills they’ll need to secure high-paying jobs. Peter Blanchard has more findings—plus the proposed solutions—from a report just released by the Governor’s Workforce Cabinet. Also in this week’s issue, Mickey Shuey reports on the exits of some retail tenants at Nora Plaza as its new owner, Kite Realty Group Trust, plans to revamp its offerings. And Dave Lindquist has the home-grown success story of Luciana’s Mexican Restaurant and Cantina, which has gone from one location to five in seven years, with a sixth on the way.

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Letters: Healer is great arts spot

Props to Big Car Collaborative and its program director, Shauta Marsh, for their leadership in the arts community and bringing private funding directly to local artists.

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Letters: Quality of life matters

It’s fine to aspire to keep up with the rest of the country, but it will take more than a few politicians handing out tax incentives to succeed. The sooner Indiana’s political leaders realize that, the better.

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