IBJ Managing Editor Greg Weaver and reporters Dave Lindquist and Mickey Shuey talk about the reasons that IBJ named the Indiana Sports Corp.’s Ryan Vaughn its newsmakers of the year and why the new IU president, chair of Newfields, High Alpha partners, a SPAC specialist, an arts community power couple and the head of a local real estate investment trust all made the newsmakers list.
IBJ Podcast: Tom Griswold isn’t ready to pass the torch on ‘The Bob & Tom Show’
In a wide-ranging conversation with IBJ reporter Dave Lindquist, Tom Griswold of “The Bob & Tom Show” talks about working with his sons (one on the air and one off), recovering from heart surgery and the future of the iconic radio program.Read More
IBJ Podcast: How the sale of Christel DeHaan’s estate could expand her legacy
Host Mason King talks to the real estate agent who has listed Christel DeHaan’s estate for $14 million, in addition to Christel House International CEO Bart Peterson and Christel DeHaan Family Foundation President Mark Willis about the impact of a sale.Read More
IBJ Podcast: What’s the ultimate value for Indy of hosting the college football championship?
How did tourism officials come up with their estimate that the championship will have a $150 million economic impact? And beyond the dollars that visitors drop in Indy, what’s the bottom line on the value of repeatedly playing host to huge sporting events?Read More
IBJ Podcast: Kids, COVID and Christmas … what’s safe?
Host Mason King talks with Dr. James Wood, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at Riley Children’s Health, to talk about vaccinations for children, how latest strains of coronavirus are affecting younger kids and whether it’s safe for grandkids to gather with their grandparents at the holidays.Read More
A trio of tech executives bought the entertainment business that stages events at the famed Broad Ripple nightclub in 2019, less than a year before the pandemic hit the live-events industry like a sledgehammer.
The change in the so-called “4% rule” has podcast host Mason King worried, and so he and Peter “Pete the Planner” Dunn dive into the details in search of clarity.
Retailing expert John Talbott tells host Mason King that the supply-chain issues that have plagued commerce since the start of the pandemic are expected to complicate gift buying and limit stock for some products. You won’t get any second chances.
Hoover—known for restaurants including Cafe Patachou, Public Greens and Napolese—tells host Mason King that the industry has historically put too much emphasis on quantity and price at the expense of quality, as well as the people making the food.
Hoover tells host Mason King—in the first of a two-part interview—that Patachou is now “very healthy,” in part because she and her leadership team started making some tough decisions pre-pandemic to streamline and become more efficient.
Host Mason King sat down with McLaughlin to learn how he closed so many sales, what makes his approach different and what he thinks about central Indiana’s red-hot real estate market.
Host Mason King talks with Fred Payne, commissioner of the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, about what the state is doing to help more Hoosiers find jobs and more companies find workers.
Host Mason King talks with Peter “Pete the Planner” Dunn about how to prepare financially to leave your job. Plus, Pete offers a prediction about the stock market as the year comes to a close.
The Indy Lights-style cars will be outfitted with sophisticated sensors to recognize their (quickly changing) surroundings. The cars then will rely on their programming to navigate the oval at speeds expected to reach 100 miles per hour.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.