The IBJ Podcast

A weekly take on business news in central Indiana. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by the law firm Krieg DeVault.

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After decades working in car sales, Cole Keesling knows what buyers want and how dealerships work. So he created a website an app called CarSnoop that helps connect buyers and sellers in a way that he...
January 18, 2021
The NCAA made it official last week: Indianapolis will host the entire March Madness men's basketball tournament this spring. That's every team. Every game. With the goal of creating a coronavirus-fre...
January 11, 2021
COVID-19 vaccinations are underway, with tens of thousands of shots administered here in Indiana. But how many doses are available and who is receiving them? And of course, the question on many people...
January 4, 2021
In a discombobulating year that has turned everything from the world economy to a simple trip to visit your relatives upside down, it’s not particularly important that many college football teams were...
December 20, 2020
Lawmakers are required to do just two things in 2021—pass a budget to take effect on July 1 and redraw legislative and congressional district maps based on Census data that will be released later this...
December 14, 2020
When not-for-profits started filling your inbox with requests for donations on Giving Tuesday last week, did you respond to any of them? If so, was your contribution part of a larger plan for giving? ...
December 7, 2020
Bloomington-based Cook Medical announced last week that it will invest $7 million to help build a $15 million medical device manufacturing facility at 38th Street and Sheridan Avenue that is expected ...
November 30, 2020
The NCAA announced last week that it is in negotiations with local officials to hold its entire March Madness tournament—not just the Final Four, but every single game of the event—in Indianapolis thi...
November 23, 2020
Dozens of organizations and governmental agencies across central Indiana are trying to address hunger and food insecurity. Schools provide meals to students. The federal government sends food assistan...
November 16, 2020
In a state that routinely rewards Republican candidates, Democrats were expected to have a somewhat breakthrough year here. Sure, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Dr. Woody Myers, wasn't expect...
November 9, 2020

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