IBJ presents 31 Q&As with an eclectic mix of men and women who help shape central Indiana’s business, artistic and philanthropic landscapes. You’ll learn about not just business strategies and sales techniques but also personal challenges, triumphs and more.
As a kid, Reginald McGregor used to take things apart to see how they worked. Today, as the manager of engineering employee development at Rolls-Royce, McGregor is tasked with finding those same kinds of kids and molding them into future engineers who will help the company grow. Read More
Businessman Jay Brammer’s adult daughter was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis in January 2014. Since then, he’s emerged as one of the top fundraisers for the Indiana chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society and expects to raise more than $125,000 for the group this year alone. Read More
The decisions Jeff Harrison makes affect 400,000 customers in central Indiana—when they turn on their kitchen faucets, flush their toilets, heat their homes with natural gas, or pay their utility bills. And lately, those bills have been higher, thanks to rate hikes Harrison says are necessary to maintain services. Read More
The battle to be Indiana’s next governor is tight. Democrat John Gregg is trying to avenge his loss to Republican Gov. Mike Pence four years ago. But it’s not a rematch. With Pence now running for vice president, Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb is trying keep the GOP in the Governor’s Office.