Indianapolis Business Journal

NOV. 27-DEC. 3, 2020

The coal industry is fighting for its life in Indiana, where production has fallen and employment has thinned in recent years. And it might have powerful friends in the Indiana General Assembly, where Republican lawmakers are preparing to roll out legislation to address stability and reliability on the electrical grid, John Russell reports. Also in this week’s issue, Anthony Schoettle tracks the progress of startup studio High Alpha, which has hit a higher gear this year by introducing eight new tech firms with two more expected in December. And Lindsey Erdody explores how the pandemic could exacerbate the challenges of the Salvation Army’s red kettle campaign, which already faced hurdles such as decreased foot traffic and the decline of people who carry cash.

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LETTER: Climate change, like COVID, is predictable catastrophe

Scientists have been sounding the alarm for months warning that coronavirus will return with a vengeance in the fall and winter. Therefore, it should surprise no one that the virus is now raging across the state, in schools, nursing homes and even into the inner circle of our governor. We don’t yet know how much […]

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LETTER: Keep your Thanksgiving advice

As a subscriber to IBJ for over three years now, I was rather disappointed to read item No. 7 (How dicey will your family feast be? Check the map.) on your list of eight newsworthy topics [in the Nov. 19 Eight@8 email]. In particular, your idea of telling people to “… chill out this year. […]

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