Indianapolis Business Journal

OCT. 14-20, 2022

Motorsports teams are expanding in central Indiana, not just to participate in IndyCar but other series as well. Three teams have announced a total of $250 million in investments, led by Andretti Autosport, which will build a $200 million global headquarters in Fishers. Plus, reporter Peter Blanchard takes a look at the secretary of state's race and why Democrats think they have a shot of winning their first statewide race in a decade. This week's issue also features our inaugural HR Impact award winners and Forefront, with plenty of pre-election analysis.

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2022 HR Impact Awards: Baker Hill

In 2017, Carmel-based financial software firm Baker Hill brought employee recruitment in house. But it didn’t hire someone to do the recruiting. Instead, it looked to its employees. After the company was acquired by private-equity firm Riverside in 2016, it experienced rapid growth. At the time, Baker Hill was paying outside recruiting firms about $800,000 […]

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