Indianapolis Business Journal

OCT. 18-24, 2019

In this week's issue, Mickey Shuey assesses the health of the downtown restaurant market in the wake of a spate of closings of high-profile eateries. The issue also includes a story on a painter who is adept at using data to ring up sales, and a story on on how colleges are bracing for a decline in the number of high school graduates. In addition, Greg Andrews writes about new ownership of Story, Indiana, in the wake of the death of the longtime public face of the attraction.

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Banks move around in latest deposit rankings

JPMorgan Chase and PNC Bank saw both their Indianapolis-area deposits and their market share decline over the past year, although they retained their positions as the area’s two largest banks, according to Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. data.

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LETTERS: Downtown needs action now

As the private nonprofit focused solely on downtown’s economic success, vitality and livability, we concur with IBJ’s position referencing the vexing challenges of our inner core.

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