Top Story: Steve Simon
Steve Simon, Founder, Simon Equity Partners
A rare conversation with the man who will eventually take over sole ownership of the Indiana Pacers…Steve Simon. He looks a the future of the franchise and more.
(i) on Education: Industry 4.0 Learning Lab
Gary Gatman, Executive Director, Be Noble Inc.
In northeast Indiana, Noble County is working on ways to develop the talent pipeline needed for its rapidly evolving manufacturing sector. How a new robotics lab with cutting-edge-technology will help teach students and adults.
Around INdiana: Parke County Renaissance
Mary-Rachel Redman, Inside INdiana Business
We head to Parke County where one of the area’s most beloved tourist attractions, that’s unfortunately sat idle for years — is being returned to its former glory. Plus — another historic property just up the street — attracting a new kind of tourism.
Business Spotlight: Mom Water
Jill Morrison, Co-founder & Chief Mom Officer, Mom Water
Bryce Morrison, Co-founder & CEO, Mom Water
There’s a new healthier alcoholic alternative on shelves, thanks to a husband-and-wife team in southern Indiana. How the couple uniquely named its all-natural flavors of Mom Water that is now being sold in 10 states… with more plans to expand… and is an official partner of the Indiana Pacers!
Business of Health: Simon Cancer Center 30th Anniversary
Dr. Kelvin Lee, Director, IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center
Since 1992, the IU Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center has been a hub for cancer research. In the Business of Health, some of what scientists have learned and how they are helping patients across the U-S and around the world.
Inside This Week’s IBJ
Lesley Weidenbener, Editor, IBJ
A West Lafayette-based company’s slumping stock price has prompted shareholders to file a lawsuit. More on the investigation into Inotiv and a look at the other headlines in this week’s IBJ.
Mike DeCourcy, Senior Writer, Sporting News
Jake Query, “Kevin & Query” Co-host, 93.5/107.5 The Fan
Bill Benner, Inside INdiana Business
Two of the best-known powers of college sports are leaving their century-old affiliation with the Pac-12 Conference to join the Big Ten. We’ve got a special INsiders panel to weigh in on the move and the impact it could have on college sports.