Fred Yeakey at Providence Chriso Rey High School in Indianapolis has found a way to encourage high school boys to let their hair down while he helps shape the way they see opportunities.
IBJ Podcast: The story behind a rising food-drink-tourism empire in Nashville
Podcast host Mason King talks with McCabe, the executive chairman of Hard Truth’s parent company, about how the business has evolved, what makes Hard Truth Hills special and what’s coming in the future.Read More
IBJ Podcast: How a former cop came to lead the area’s top-selling real estate team
Dennis Nottingham was on a police run when he met a house flipper who piqued his interest in real estate. Not long after, Nottingham took some classes and got his real estate license. And for awhile, he sold houses on the side, while working the night shift for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. But after […]Read More
IBJ Podcast: Pete The Planner on how to prepare for the next recession
Pete the Planner talks to host Mason King about how to look at your budget and evaluate your readiness for a recession, and he offers advice about the kinds of changes that can help. Plus, he explains why you’re making a mistake if you try to time the market’s ups and downs.Read More
IBJ Podcast: Country clubs make updates from age of Cadillacs and ‘Caddyshack’ to attract millennials
Country clubs across the Indy area are in the midst of a transformation as the latest generation of breadwinners decide how they want to spend their leisure time and disposable incomes.Read More
DemandJump’s Luke Zhang, who came to the U.S. from China as a teenager, talks with podcast host Mason King about what makes the Indy tech community special and how it could market itself better. And he explains why he takes people skills as seriously as he does his math skills.
Host Mason King talks with Pete Batule, Upland’s chief operating officer, about the company’s growth, including its busy new brewpub in Fountain Square, and the line of sour beers that its selling across the country and overseas.
Host Mason King talks with Brown about how he has juggled several companies and several degrees (and did we mention the eight kids) and how his interest in intermittent fasting has led his newest venture, LifeOmic, down a new path.
IBJ reporter Hayleigh Colombo talks to host Mason King about the museum’s plans to raze the 91-year-old apartment building and why historic preservationists and transit advocates want to save it—and prevent the museum from using the space for parking.
To help lower income residents make headway toward the middle class, city officials are encoding economic development policies with strategies to support them. In this week’s podcast, Ian Nicolini of Develop Indy unpacks how tax incentives will be tied to inclusion efforts.
Based on a service that had tens of thousands of subscribers in Paris, the electric-car-sharing company predicted that by 2020 it would be profitable and have at least 15,000 members, 200 charging stations, and 500 electric cars on the road. Its latest results aren’t at all close.
Host Mason King talks with husband-and-wife team Kim and Todd Saxton, both professors at the IU Kelley School of Business at IUPUI, about a book they wrote with entrepreneur Michael Cloran about the icebergs startups face as they try to make it through choppy waters.
Peter Dunn talks to guest host Lesley Weidenbener about all things home buying, including mortgages, determining how much house you can afford, why you shouldn’t put down less than 10% and why the idea of starter homes and family homes is silly.
Morales Group President Seth Morales talks to podcast host Mason King about how the company works with people of all nationalities, the challenges and opportunities presented by the tight labor market, and how his standout college football career at Purdue University impacted his career.
Should you avoid red meat? No. Should you strive for 10,000 steps a day? Not unless you just want to. So says Dr. Aaron Carroll, a pediatrician and researcher at the Indiana University School of Medicine who sees it as his life’s calling to debunk what he considers health myths and weak medical research.
Carroll uses Twitter, a New York Times column, blog post, podcast, videos and books to publish his findings on just about any health issue he thinks needs explaining or correcting.
Wise tells IBJ Podcast host Mason King that he’s both emotional and excited about his new start, which he says has been like hitting control-alt-delete on his career.
Josh Driver, founder of Selfless.ly, which sells cloud-based software for managing corporate social responsibility programs, says volunteer PTO is an increasingly important part of benefits packages. In fact, nearly one quarter of companies now pay employees to spend their time and energy with a not-for-profit.
Host Mason King talks with Indianapolis Public Library CEO Jackie Nytes about the system’s construction spurt and how it will actually help the library better balance its budget. And Nytes also describes how the new buildings and renovations better support the needs of neighborhoods and the people who live there.
IBJ Podcast: Exploring artificial intelligence, learning from failure and more in our Innovation Issue
In this week’s podcast, IBJ Managing Editor Lesley Weidenbener and technology reporter Anthony Schoettle discuss why IBJ publishes an Innovation Issue, how the paper settled on artificial intelligence as this year’s theme and what else is in the edition.
IBJ personal finance columnist Peter Dunn talks with podcast host Mason King about three key components of paying for college: saving in advance, paying some expenses in the moment and preparing your kids to make good choices.
CEO Bill Oliver, the son of the founder, talks with host Mason King about the Bloomington winery’s beginnings and its future and explains how its distribution has grown to 27 states.
120WaterAudit co-founder and CEO Megan Glover talks to host Mason King about the challenges of raising money and whether being based in Indianapolis helps or hurts those efforts. Her answer may surprise you.
Podcast host Mason King talks with IBJ reporters Lindsey Erdody and Mickey Shuey about the legislation the General Assembly passed to help fund a 25-year, $800 million deal with the Indiana Pacers.