Our Engage events highlight regional initiatives that are working, as well as challenges each region hopes to address in order to grow and provide better opportunities for its residents.
Showering attention on the person who was never going to be happy actually gave that complainer the upper hand and let that poor attitude spread like a virus.
Mickey’s Camp for women will be held Aug. 14-16, and Mickey’s Camp for men Aug. 16-18.
IBJ published its first Innovation Issue in 2015 and since then issues have focused on artificial intelligence, the internet of things, design thinking, blockchain and energy.
Bill built businesses and courageously fought for a more prosperous Indiana. In his honor, IBJ is creating an award to honor those that follow Bill’s example.
If your company or organization has ever appeared on any of IBJ’s 70-plus lists (think Largest Accounting Firms, Largest Employment Agencies or Most Difficult Area Golf Courses), you have Terry to thank for the list being published at all!
Although, the app has been available less than a year, it has garnered more than 100 million users, making it the fastest growing consumer application of all time.
Getting to meet our Leadership in Law honorees every year for their video shoots is truly one of my favorite parts of my job. It’s fun and inspiring to hear from lawyers of all facets of the law and all steps of the proverbial ladder.
Our goal is to choose 250 people who are influential in Indiana right now. This year. Not over the past 25 years. Not for the next 25 years. But Hoosiers who are making a difference in their local communities, in the state or in the nation in this moment.
One common trait shared by all the top job markets in the nation is that they are in states where Republicans control the Legislature.
Two of my IBJ colleagues (or in one case, a former colleague) are headed to the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame. Congratulations to Mike Lopresti and Jim Shella.
These readers’ concerns about our coverage are worth thinking about. We don’t always get everything right. But I can assure you that our intent was sincere.
There likely has never been more turnover in top city and state jobs in such a short time.
IBJ received nearly 2,000 responses to a survey asking questions about downtown. The results aren’t scientific but they are interesting.
As state and city leaders grapple with reinvigorating downtown and contemplate the future economic drivers for the region, arguably nothing holds more promise than the further activation of two of the state’s most powerful research engines.
About 260 people were nominated for Forty Under 40 this year. That means the judges could pick only about 15% of the nominees.
The offensive ad was an attempt to intimidate Daniels from running for national office under the perception that the strategy worked when Daniels was considering a run for president in 2012.