The IBJ Podcast

A weekly take on business news in central Indiana. Sponsored by the Office of Minority and Women Business Development.

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One of the hottest trends in employee retention and recruitment isn't ping pong table and kegs of beer in the break room; it's giving workers paid time so they can volunteer their time with local char...
June 17, 2019
The Indianapolis Public Library system is in a growth tear—in terms of both its buildings and its programming. Three library branches have recently opened or are under construction and three more ar...
June 10, 2019
Science fiction has made many of us cautious about artificial intelligence and what it could mean for our future. But AI is already in use in many industries and could soon be prominent in most. That'...
June 3, 2019
IBJ personal finance columnist Peter Dunn talks with podcast host Mason King about three key components of paying for college: saving in advance, paying some expenses in the moment and preparing your ...
May 27, 2019
Bloomington's Oliver Winery started as a hobby but has grown into the 44th largest winery in the country. And it's done it by playing into an unexpected niche—sweet wines. That's not all Oliver make...
May 19, 2019
City officials have approved new rules meant to help people in lower-income neighborhoods access scooters to get to jobs, school, bus stops or other destinations. Scooter companies—Indianapolis now ...
May 12, 2019
Megan Glover launched 120WaterAudit with two partners in 2016 with the idea of targeting residential consumers nationwide with a water-testing kit that cost $120 every four months.  It was a great ti...
May 5, 2019
Less than two weeks after the Capital Improvement Board signed a 25-year, $800 million agreement with the Indiana Pacers, the Legislature passed a bill that will fund that deal. But the bill—which i...
April 28, 2019
Three tech entrepreneurs — High Alpha's Eric Tobias and Mobi's Scott Kraege and Andrew Davis — have long been fans of live music. But they've taken that hobby one step further by purchasing the V...
April 21, 2019
The former CEO of Angie's List is using big data and machine learning to try to solve an emerging problem in Indiana—a stagnate and soon-to-be shrinking workforce. Bill Oesterle formed TMap, a start...
April 14, 2019

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