Indianapolis Business Journal

SEPT. 15-21, 2023

Everybody loves vibrant neighborhoods and a good comeback story, but residents of the resurgent Riverside neighborhood are concerned about a corresponding rise in their property taxes. Taylor Wooten reports on a city pilot program that could grant them some grace. Also in this week’s issue, Mickey Shuey reports that Mayor Joe Hogsett’s administration has decided against redeveloping the City-County Building and instead will consolidate offices from around the city into the 28-story monolith. And Peter Blanchard examines the national bidding war for big manufacturing projects that pits Indiana against states across the country and drives up the cost of incentive packages.

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Indiana 250: Brian Bauer

Brian Bauer has been Indiana University Health’s Fort Wayne president since January 2019 and is also a co-owner of the Indy Eleven soccer club. He worked previously as president of Terre Haute Regional Hospital and most recently as president of Lutheran Hospital/Lutheran Health Network. The owner of a seafood, steak and sushi restaurant in Fort […]

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Made in Indiana: Chicken-based pizza crust by ZeroCarb Lyfe

History:  Evansville-based ZeroCarb Lyfe was launched by co-founders Omar Atia and Mohamed Aly in April 2020. But the company’s origin story begins in 2006 when Aly, who is diabetic, developed a chicken-based pizza crust as an alternative to carb-heavy traditional crusts. Atia, who was born in Chicago but grew up in Indianapolis, has engineering degrees […]

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