Hoosier Momma co-founder K.C. Cranfill, personal-finance expert Pete the Planner, and Mayor Ballard brought some color to the downtown canal in an effort to encourage business skills among young people.
“There is no doubt in my mind that we’ll be hearing about these kids down the road,” Jones said, “doing extraordinary things in our community and beyond.”Read more
Named after Indiana Jones, business mogul Scott Jones’s son does the fictional archaeologist proud.
Alex Indiana Jones ordered most of his 200 animals through Amazon and eagerly awaits the day when he can have new ones shipped via the company’s Prime Air.Read more
Even before the multibillion-dollar sale of ExactTarget, the city had a healthy, if unheralded, tech startup scene. But with a crop of new millionaires and twentysomething entrepreneurs coming out of the Speak Easy’s repurposed woodwork, Indy is on the verge of becoming the next venture-capital hub.
The sale of ExactTarget to the San Francisco software firm Salesforce.com created more than a dozen new millionaires here—executives who are already pouring that money into local tech businesses.Read more
We posed this scenario to them: Tomorrow isn’t coming. Where do you go for the ultimate feast?
Romaine-hearts salad, Harry & Izzy’s + Filet slider, Harry & Izzy’s + Bone-in Kona-crusted dry-aged sirloin, The Capital Grille + Brownie, Harry & Izzy’s. —Angela Buchman, meteorologistRead more