This week, find out what Indiana lawmakers are preparing to do -- or not do -- about the state's insolvent unemployment insurance tust fund. Also, check out how a Perry Meridian high school teacher spends his Sundays. IBJ Publisher Chris Katterjohn one-ups Barbara Walters and shares his Top 11 personalities of 2009. And get two perspectives on the new Barbie exhibit at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis: A&E guru Lou Harry and Style columnist Gabrielle Poshadlo weigh in.
This week, read about a newly revealed connection between Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi and beleagured businessman Tim Durham. Also, find out where Indiana mayors might turn to replace millions lost because of tax caps. And in A&E, etc., see what Lou Harry has to say about Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's annual "Yuletide Celebration."
This week, find out the latest in the Tim Durham saga—a look at how he choses board members for his business enterprises. Also, read about Ford Motor Co.'s plans for its east-side steering plant and see how the Indianapolis Indians fared this year. In A&E, etc., Lou Harry reviews a Bloomington institution that has opened a location in downtown Indianapolis. Yes, Kilroy's is here.
This week, find out what prompted a major donor to leave the Indianapolis Museum of Art board of directors. Also, read about the growing popularity of hidden 'nanny' cams. In Small Biz, check out whether the recession is affecting sales of small business. And in A&E, see what Lou Harry has to say about the new Steve McQueen biography.
This week, find out how the Indianapolis Visitors Channel aims to help tourists come up with their to-do list and learn more about a new attraction that wants to drum up business. Technology columnist Tim Altom tackles a burning Facebook question--is it folly or fantastic? And in our Commercial Lending & Investing Guide, local money managers identify some attractive vehicles to hedge against stagflation.
This week, read the latest on the legal battle between Indianapolis City Market and five current or former tenants that are behind on rent and find out what downtown building the Indiana State Teachers Retirement Fund is negotiating to buy. In Focus, see what local convention planners have to do to lure the big fish to Indianapolis. And in A&E, Style columnist Gabrielle Poshadlo explores the specialized art of millinery.
This week, read about how developer J. Greg Allen kept his ambitious downtown condo project on track despite the tough economy and find out why the Horizon League Network is winning big-time kudos. Also, Greg Andrews takes a look at Flaherty & Collins Properties' failed Charlotte skyscraper project, and we discover the joy that is Holy Cow! frosting.
This week, find out the thinking behind Steak n Shake's investment in a Michigan insurance company and learn what Indiana college students have in common with John Belushi's infamous "Animal House" character. Check out the city of Greenwood's plans for $75 million in federal stimulus funds. And in A&E, get the lowdown on Zionville's newest exclamation-worthy eatery.
This week, find out what changes Circle City Classic leaders are considering to return the annual event to its glory days, when attendance hit 60,000. Also, see how the 'recession-proof' insurance industry is faring in hard times. In Small Biz, read about how entrepreneurs are dealing with unpaid bills. And in A&E, etc., check out Lou Harry's take on the Phoenix Theatre's new show.
This week, find out if there is any truth the the rumors that Hoosier Park is on the brink of bankruptcy. Also, learn how local physicians are joining forces to serve patients. In our Perimeter section, read about what Bloomington's mayor is doing to keep the college town's character intact. And check out IBJ Style columnist Gabrielle Poshadlo's latest discovery.
This week, find out what's on Dr. Robin Ledyard's agenda now that she has taken over as president of Community Hospital East. Also, get the story behind the Kroger ads that are grabbing eyesand raising eyebrows. Wondering what public art is on the drawing board now that kinetic George Rickey scultpures that adorned downtown this summer are gone? Maybe nothing. And in A&E etc., Lou Harry and his able assistant provide some guidance for film fans in advance of this year's Heartland Film Festival.
This week, check out what's happening at the former Herron Art Institute now that plans for residential development has stalled--and take a narrated tour of the site through IBJ's audio slide show. Also, read all about a Carmel software developer's hot new iPhone app and find out what's on the horizon for local camera retailer Roberts. And A&E guru Lou Harry explores the popularity of the TV show "Glee," the latest buzz-worthy show from Indiana native Ryan Murphy.
This week's issue includes a story about the battle among job-hungry states—including Indiana—all vying for a Harley-Davidson manufacturing plant. Also, find out how the city Department of Waterworks' to-do list could cost ratepayers more money and learn how new IU Athletic Director Fred Glass is revving up the school's advertising efforts. And see what Lou Harry thinks about the Eiteljorg Museum's annual "Quest for the West" art show and sale.
This week's issue includes a story about development around Lucas Oil Stadium—is it living up to expectations? Also, we take a look at what would happen if Greenwood goes through with a merger with White River Township. And IBJ Style columnist Gabrielle Poshadlo tirelessly tracks down where to find the latest fashions in Indianapolis.
This week's issue includes a story about the lawsuit 43 former Navistar employees filed, alleging the plant closure that cost them their jobs violated their labor contract. Also, an Evansville bank president says it's only a matter of time until an Indiana bank fails. And in our annual Arts & Entertainment Season Preview, you meet some behind-the-scenes players who have a big role in what audiences see.
This week's issue includes a story on a new Cash for Clunkers program, this one focusing on energy-efficient appliances. We also have a on efforts to revitalize an iconic American magazine. Our Dining column reviews a Martinsville restaurant with memorable homemade pies.
How do doctors believe the nation should fix its broken health care system? IBJ this week includes a package of interviews with physicians as it continues its in-depth coverage of reform legislation pending in Congress. We also report this week on the crowded field of Democrats who already are lining up to take on Mayor Greg Ballard, even though he is just two years into his first term. In addition, read this week about how Dodson Group bounced back, and worked with lenders and other stakeholders, after discovering hundreds of thousands of dollars were missing from company coffers. On a lighter note, read Lou Harry's reviews of new board games.