Indianapolis Business Journal

SEPT. 24-30, 2021

Jim Irsay wants to share his massive collection of rare pop-culture memorabilia with the world. Mickey Shuey reports that the Colts owner has been having early conversations with Indianapolis and other cities about creating a museum to do just that. Susan Orr reveals that an Indianapolis-based investment brokerage has been ordered to pay more than $530,000 in fines and restitution as part of a settlement agreement over alleged rule violations. And Kurt Christian details a plan from Bedrock Builders for a $142 million, 274-acre, master-planned, multi-use development smack in the middle of the Noblesville’s Corporate Campus.

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Q&A with Travis Zinger, owner of Big Mouth Biscuits

He launched Big Mouth Biscuits at Indy’s Kitchen, a culinary incubator at 2442 Central Ave., on April Fool’s Day. Now he and business partner Clint Rollins are preparing to open their first stand-alone location at City Market by Thanksgiving while also continuing to operate at Indy’s Kitchen.

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Editorial: Give Irsay museum a serious look

Whatever the approach, it will take the cooperation of city leaders, the philanthropic community, developers and Irsay to come up with a proposal that accomplishes the Colts’ owner’s primary goal and is beneficial to the city and its taxpayers.

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Nate Feltman: Inside INdiana Business powers new IBJ section

This new, permanent section will feature stories produced, written and edited by our new colleagues: Gerry Dick, Alex Brown, Wes Mills, Reed Parker and Mary Roberts. Business news from places like Lafayette, Terre Haute, Hammond, New Albany, Elkhart and beyond will now be more readily available to IBJ readers.

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Letter: Vaccines allow spread

This policy of “your body, my choice” is dated and misguided based on real science on what these shots are, how they work and the global results.

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