IBJ sports business reporter Mickey Shuey talked with former Indiana Sports Corp. President Dale Neuburger about his experiences as the competition director for swimming in Tokyo.
IBJ Podcast: Will a joint men’s and women’s Final Four solve the NCAA’s equity problem?
Host Mason King talks with IBJ sports business reporter Mickey Shuey and with Michelle Perry, a former NCAA executive and now a sports consultant, about what a combined Final Four event could mean for the city of Indianapolis, women’s basketball and the sport’s fans.Read More
IBJ Podcast: Baby-delivering biz shifting with Riley’s $142M maternity tower
IBJ health reporter John Russell toured the facility and talks with host Mason King about what he saw and how the tower fits into the increasingly competitive business of maternity care.Read More
IBJ Podcast: Here’s how to keep the Great Resignation from hitting your company
Host Mason King talks with IBJ workplace columnists Garrett Mintz, founder of consulting firm Ambition in Motion, and Mandy Haskett, a leadership consultant at Carmel-based Advisa, about how companies can engage with workers in a way that encourages them to stay in their jobs.Read More
IBJ Podcast: Pete the Planner explains how to pay (and how not to pay) for college
Host Mason King talks with Peter “Pete the Planner” Dunn this week about when parents need to start saving, what savings vehicles to use and whether parents should go into debt to fund their kids’ education.Read More
IBJ Media CEO and co-owner Nate Feltman joins Gerry Dick, now president of the new Inside INdiana Business division of IBJ Media, to break down what the deal means for subscribers, other news consumers and the business community in general.
Host Mason King talks with IBJ reporters Leslie Bonilla Muñiz and Mickey Shuey about why Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears is hesitant about moving to the Twin Aire site and why the mayor wants the office at the campus.
Host Mason King talks with Big Car CEO Jim Walker about the art campus the organization has developed in the neighborhood and how the group is trying to ensure artists aren’t eventually priced out of being there.
On July 26, at least 10 hospitals across the Indianapolis area issued messages to ambulance drivers that their emergency rooms needed to limit incoming patients. Please try to find another destination, hospitals said. This is an extreme example of a phenomenon that has become much more common in recent months—ambulance diversions.
IBJ Podcast: Climate change could scorch and soak Indiana while reshaping key industries, Purdue center says
Indiana isn’t seeing the intense heat waves and flash-flooding that other parts of the world are experiencing this summer, but models show our winters will dwindle, our summers will have many more days above 95ºF and rainfall will continue to increase.
Guest host Lesley Weidenbener interviews Indy Chamber CEO Michael Huber and the group’s director of economic development, Vincent Ash, about the programs that won it Chamber of the Year honors.
Host Mason King chats with IBJ real estate reporter Mickey Shuey about the state of the hotel industry in Indy and which projects are completed, underway and on hold.
Host Mason King and the folks in the Midtown Parents Facebook Group in Indianapolis have a lot of questions about money—specifically how they should be saving it for retirement and college.
A three-time world champion, Brown soon will become one of the few Black team owners ever in the 70-year-old NHRA— and one of the few Black majority team owners in any motorsports series.
The historic Chatterbox Jazz Club on Massachusetts Avenue downtown is so tiny that opening under pandemic restrictions would have meant just 20 or so people could be inside. That’s no way to make money. But now, the restrictions are gone and the club is about to reopen.
IBJ Publisher Nate Feltman said the podcast is an effort to contribute to a larger community conversation about diversity.
IBJ reporter Mickey Shuey talks with John Downs, the CEO of the National Confectioners Association, to find out why the group decided to host its signature trade show—The Sweets & Snacks Expo—in person this year and how it picked Indianapolis to be the event’s location.
Baker talks with host Mason King about how the food hall came together—and why, for him, success will be when some of the eateries grow up and move out.
Newfields Board Chair Darrianne Christian, the first Black woman to serve in the role, talks about the museum’s efforts to become more diverse and inclusive.
As host Mason King has experienced, figuring out what type of adviser you need and then which one to hire can be tough. So Peter “Pete the Planner” Dunn explains what to look for and how to choose.
Chris Baggott—co-founder of ExactTarget and ClusterTruck—talks with host Mason King about what makes an idea disruptive and explains why it’s so much easier for startups, rather than established companies, to come up with innovations.
David Johnson, the president and CEO of the Central Indiana Community Partnership, also joins the podcast talk about how Indiana should prepare for the act’s passage.
Host Mason King talks with two restauranteurs—Loughmiller’s Pub & Eatery co-owner Danny Scotten and Upland Brewing Co. President David Bower—about how the labor crunch is affecting their eateries and what they’re doing to try to find workers.
Host Mason King talks with two retailers—Scott Horvath, owner of O’Malia’s Living, and Pat Sullivan, who owns owner of three Sullivan’s Hardware & Garden stores plus Allisonville Home & Garden by Sullivan—about what customers want and why the supply chain is struggling to keep up.