Indianapolis Business Journal

OCTOBER 7-13, 2013

This week, Scott Olson reports that the 19-building Precedent Office Park near Keystone Avenue and south of 96th Street has been put on the market, just eight years after selling to its current owner for $143 million. In Focus, J.K. Wall illustrates how technology could dramatically change the way doctors keep patients healthy. And in Forefront, columnist Sam Odle warns that Indiana will begin to wither if our leaders don't do more to attract immigrants to the state.

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EDITORIAL: Glick’s legacy is wisdom, generosity, optimism

Celebrated businessman, philanthropist and mentor Eugene Biccard Glick, who died Oct. 2 at 92, leaves behind a path of good work and generosity much longer and wider than the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, the acclaimed downtown recreational amenity to which he and his late wife, Marilyn, donated $17 million and their names in 2006.

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Global Caravan chief has solid background

We appreciated the [Sept. 30] coverage the IBJ presented of Global Caravan Technologies. As the capital organization coordinating investment in GCT, we do wish to observe that Charles Hoefer had been involved in the management of other successful and unrelated ventures prior to joining Earthbound.

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The principals of ArcDesign have completed their purchase of the 12,000-square-foot building at 201 N. Delaware St., the architecture and interior design firm announced Oct. 1. ArcDesign, at 8 W. Louisiana St. across from Union Station, plans to move in February following the completion of an extensive renovation. Principals of the 20-employee firm bought the […]

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