Indianapolis Business Journal


Pacers Sports & Entertainment finished a record year this summer—not on the court but in the management of Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Anthony Schoettle explains how the company scored with revenue from non-Pacers and non-Fever events. Also in this issue, John Russell explains how Eskenazi Health has been earning national raves with its new emphasis on serving healthier and better tasting food. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry has a review of John Green’s new book, “Turtles All the Way Down.”<

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LETTER: Manufacturing is not dead 

Despite slumps in U.S. manufacturing as a whole, in Indiana, it has remained a mainstay for decades. It’s in a position to grow, especially as companies look to “reshore” their operations back to places in the Midwest.

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LETTER: Lucases help not-for-profits

The ability to host a high-end event that does not blow our budget means that organizations like ours can focus more on mission delivery (and less on more fundraising).

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