Indianapolis Business Journal


The election of Donald Trump has triggered a burst of volunteerism for groups whose causes were targeted by the president-elect on the campaign trail. Hayleigh Colombo has more on the progressive organizations whose phones are ringing off the hook. Also in this week’s issue, Lou Harry explains how arts groups in the city count on their traditional holiday offerings to help bankroll riskier programming year-round. And Lindsey Erdody details efforts in Noblesville to diversify the area’s housing stock.

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Noblesville pushes to diversify housing

A housing analysis the city recently commissioned identified a gap between single-family homes and multifamily apartments–few townhomes, condos, cottages and duplexes in dense, walkable areas.

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Expanding pre-K takes more than money

Early education advocates want lawmakers to expand funding for pre-K programs but challenges to expansion also include creating or expanding existing highly rated child care programs and recruiting and retaining a well-trained preschool workforce.

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EDITORIAL: Poverty report is wake-up call

Putting a dent in poverty is hard, unglamorous work. It will take a concerted push lasting years and involving stakeholders in business, education, government and the not-for-profit community.

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Wealth management group jumps to David A. Noyes & Co.

Indianapolis-based Cooke Financial Group LLC, which oversees $1.7 billion in assets, is moving its 11-person team from Wells Fargo Advisors LLC to David A. Noyes & Co. The deal, which closed Nov. 18, gives a big boost to Noyes, which was founded in Chicago in 1908 and has had an Indianapolis office for 80 years. […]

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