Indianapolis Business Journal


The Indiana Pacers will start the NBA regular season on Oct. 28 at 0-0, but the team is already winning on the financial ledger. Anthony Schoettle reports that revenue streams in the new season are headed in the right direction. Also in this week’s issue, Jared Council reveals which of the city’s tech pioneers have decided to get back in the game. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry finds a lot to recommend about eating in a restaurant located in a grocery store.

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Pacers go into new season with revenue streams headed in right direction

Sales of season tickets, merchandise and sponsorships are all up. Attendance is expected to match—or even exceed—the 2013-2014 season. And the stadium deal the Pacers struck with the city’s Capital Improvement Board last year has freed the franchise to make investments it hopes will pay dividends long term.

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Tech veterans jumping back into saddle

Older technology entrepreneurs and executives who have experienced successful corporate exits often limit their startup involvement to mentoring, investing and board membership. But a raft of veteran technology leaders are getting involved again in a hands-on way.

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Site unites disabled workers, jobs

The Workforce Accelerator, launched earlier this year by local not-for-profit Tangram, is similar to a dating website linking compatible people, except that it matches jobs to people who have disabilities or are military veterans.

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Victorian shell with modern amenities inside

Chuck and Mary Williams wanted a house with an exterior that synced with the rest of their Old Northside neighborhood and an interior that boasted all the latest conveniences, including a modern, open floor plan.

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