Indianapolis Business Journal

SEPTEMBER 22-28, 2014

The I-465 and Michigan Road interchange would be the front doorstep to a $25 million sports complex with facilities for hockey, basketball, and volleyball, under a plan from Indiana Ice owner Paul Skjodt. In this week's IBJ, Anthony Schoettle has details on the proposal. Also this week, J.K. Wall has the latest on the legal brawl between Steve Hilbert and hardware magnate John Menard. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry pulls up a seat at Javier's Hacienda, which has taken the place of the fabled El Sol on East Washington Street.

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Startup prodigy Jaramillo started at age 7

Santiago Jaramillo is CEO of Bluebridge Digital LLC, which creates and manages apps primarily for not-for-profits, and it’s one of the first app companies to operate on a subscription model. But Jaramillo was his own boss well before mobile apps and smartphones even existed.

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Council should pass Ballard preschool plan

Those of us interested in reforming public education should urge support from the Democrats on the City-County Council for Mayor Ballard’s preschool funding plan that was delayed recently.

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