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IBJ News 1h
Join IBJ in honoring health care's difference-makers--individuals, companies and charitable organizations that change lives for the better on March 1st during IBJ's Health Care Heroes Event....
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IBJ Events Feb 18
Indy's tech scene is on fire! Check out IBJ's Technology Power Breakfast March 15th for all the details
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IBJ News 3h
Few women break into the 1 percent income status on their own. They earn enough to qualify for 1 percent status in just one of every 22 top-earning households, new research shows. The gap hasn't narrowed for at least 20 years.
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IBJ News 4h
Lawmakers are rethinking the way IPS innovation schools — and other new schools — are graded. The change could take away a "growth only" model that can give them an advantage over traditional schools.
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IBJ News 4h
Indiana House Republicans are focusing on child services, education in their two-year, $34.6B budget.
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IBJ News 16h
Vision for Nickel Plate Trail in Fishers includes rec center, playgrounds, reading nooks, plazas. IBJ's has the details — including several renderings.
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IBJ News 20h
Fishers firm buys Joe's Crab Shack site in Clearwater with plans for new HQ
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IBJ News 20h
In this week's IBJ Podcast, local chef Greg Hardesty talks about his new SoBro project, which isn't quite a restaurant — but you can get a meal there. And definitely coffee.
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IBJ News 21h
It’s a bit like a dish with lots of disparate ingredients thrown into a cast-iron skillet. You can get dinner at Studio C, but don’t count on dropping in at your leisure. You can get great coffee at Studio C, but don’t bring your laptop.
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IBJ News 21h
So far, the vendor has received nearly two-thirds of the city’s parking meter revenue, and the city’s cut appears to be lagging behind projections made back in 2010. But supporters of the deal contend it’s still a huge net gain for the city.
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IBJ News 22h
Ahoy! There be a new use in the wings for the seafood eatery's shack.
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IBJ News Feb 18
Hear from top tech entrepreneurs, investors and up-and-comers who are building the city’s technology economy, and network with the movers and shakers in tech at IBJ's Technology Power Breakfast March 15th!
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IBJ News Feb 18
A senior living community called The Barrington in Carmel has declared bankruptcy and owes its residents some $52 million. IBJ's explains how The Barrington got so deep underwater and what might happen now.
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IBJ News Feb 18
We had a great party last week at the to celebrate our Forty Under 40 honorees. Check out all the photos here:
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IBJ News Feb 18
Chef Greg Hardesty’s latest kitchen project has an ‘anything goes’ approach. Look for a coffee bar, pop-up dinners and more. has the details.
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IBJ News Feb 18
Is the city of Indy's parking contract a good deal? Depends on who you ask. IBJ's Hayleigh Colombo has the numbers and the details about a movement to exit the contract in 2020.
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IBJ News Feb 17
Relive one of the great high school basketball games of all times — Kokomo vs New Castle — through the eyes of Ray Pavy, who scored 51. Sixty years after the battle, Pavy talks about his friend and competitor, Jimmy Rayl, who scored 49 that night.
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IBJ News Feb 16
Once a pioneer, now faces stiff competition from other cities. But it's still winning. The 2021 and 2026 men’s basketball Final Four and the 2022 College Football Playoff Championship are on the horizon.
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Susan Orr Feb 15
Greg Hardesty’s new culinary project, Studio C, isn’t a restaurant—so what is it? That’s hard to say just yet.
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IBJ News Feb 15
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