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    • Gov on Quality of Life Projects

      Transformative, visionary, very ambitious. Inside INdiana Business hits the road to highlight massive quality of life projects that are underway from Indianapolis to South Bend, Fort Wayne, Evansville and points in between. Governor Eric Holcomb shares why these projects are critical to the future of our state.

    • Quality of Life Projects: Waterside

      Ambrose Property Group says it has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform how we view downtown Indianapolis with its $1.4 billion vision called Waterside.

    • Quality of Life Projects: Electric Works

      In Fort Wayne, a long-vacant, decaying former GE complex that once employed 20,000 is being transformed into Electric Works. It’s a project the Wall Street Journal calls one of the most ambitious efforts to convert an old industrial site into a modern downtown. 

    • Quality of Life Projects: Bottleworks District

      Mass Ave. is expected to attract even more people when the $300 million Bottleworks District opens. Leadership from Hendricks Commercial Properties updates a transformational plan for restaurants, bars, boutique hotel, movie theater and more.

    • Quality of Life Projects: Renaissance District

      We head north where South Bend is looking to transform the massive, old Studebaker plant into a center of high-tech innovation. It’s part of the Renaissance District, and it’s on the way to becoming what could be the largest mixed-use technology campus in the Midwest.

    • Quality of Life Projects: 16 Tech

      16 Tech, Indianapolis' 60-acre innovation community, is gaining momentum and the planners expect the project to create close to 3,000 jobs over 10 years. CEO Bob Coy discusses tenants moving into the first of four buildings in the district.

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    • Quality of Life Projects: Special INsiders

      We dive into a special INsiders panel with a live studio audience. We weigh-in on why massive quality of life projects are so important to the state, and how they have the potential to attract and keep talent.

    • Quality of Life Projects: The Yard at Fishers District

      In less than a year, Fishers will be home to a $140 million culinary and entertainment hub. Mayor Scott Fadness updates progress on the construction and a growing list of tenants at The Yard at Fishers District.

    • Quality of Life Projects: 16 Tech

      16 Tech, Indianapolis' 60-acre innovation community, is gaining momentum and the planners expect the project to create close to 3,000 jobs over 10 years. CEO Bob Coy discusses tenants moving into the first of four buildings in the district.

    • Quality of Life Projects: Renaissance District

      We head north where South Bend is looking to transform the massive, old Studebaker plant into a center of high-tech innovation. It’s part of the Renaissance District, and it’s on the way to becoming what could be the largest mixed-use technology campus in the Midwest.

    • Quality of Life Projects: Bottleworks District

      Mass Ave. is expected to attract even more people when the $300 million Bottleworks District opens. Leadership from Hendricks Commercial Properties updates a transformational plan for restaurants, bars, boutique hotel, movie theater and more.

    • Quality of Life Projects: Waterside

      Ambrose Property Group says it has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform how we view downtown Indianapolis with its $1.4 billion vision called Waterside.

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    • The Art of The Apology

      You screwed up. You handled something the wrong way, or you failed to handle it when you should have. Now what are you going to do? If you're a big company, you're probably going to screw up some more. Oh, you’ll attempt some kind of public apology, but it will be so halfhearted or passive-aggressive that you'll get called on it, and you’ll find yourself taking a second whack at the apology tree. That's the conclusion I’ve drawn as I've...

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