Indianapolis Business Journal

SEPT. 7-13, 2018

When Andrew Luck came into the NFL as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2012 draft, local and national experts saw a bright future for him both on the field and as a billboard for sponsors. Now that he’s back from a prolonged injury, his careers as a quarterback and a product pitchman are both in question, Anthony Schoettle reports. Also in this issue, Lindsey Erdody examines the balancing act attempted by Sen. Joe Donnelly to both keep his Democratic base and appeal to conservatives. And Samm Quinn outlines how Noblesville is trying to attract new development while playing off of its historic charm.

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Holcomb plans $1B in infrastructure projects funded by hike in toll fees

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb plans to pursue more than $1 billion in infrastructure projects that would be funded by a 35 percent increase in toll road fees for heavy vehicles. The projects, announced Sept. 4, are part of Holcomb’s Next Level Connections initiative to expand broadband access, add more biking and hiking trails, improve roadways, attract more […]

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A letter to scooter lovers

As Indianapolis welcomes September, it also welcomes a return of the popular Lime and Bird scooters. Indianapolis was wild about them in their earlier test run; in fact, as noted in a recent IBJ story, Bird’s application with the city seeking permission to operate the scooters here said Indianapolis had some of the highest ridership […]

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