Indianapolis Business Journal

NOV. 29-DEC. 5, 2019

Residents on the west side were excited last month to hear that the owner of Lafayette Square Mall has put it up for sale. The struggling retail monolith desperately needs a new direction, but where can it go from here? Mickey Shuey explores the most likely options. Also in this week’s paper, Samm Quinn has a revealing interview with Butler University President James Danko, who spent nearly two decades as an entrepreneur and business owner before jumping into higher education. Samm explores how his entrepreneurial mindset has informed his tenure at Butler so far. And Susan Orr reports on an issue near and dear to the hearts of Indianapolis residents: war memorials. This one would recognize veterans of Desert Storm and Desert Shield, and although it would be in Washington D.C., the effort has Hoosier fingerprints all over it.

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Letter: Knowing when to let others lead

The phenomenal growth of modern Indianapolis is a direct result of people putting aside their differences and working in concert for the common good. Our city has prospered for many reasons, but perhaps none more so than our gift for generational and impactful leadership. It’s an unfortunate fact of life that many of these fathers […]

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