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BizVoiceExtra: Fake News Times Two is the Problem

There are some pretty smart people at Stanford University. In a study, Stanford students and history professors “got it wrong most of the time” when asked to determine if various web site stories on medical issues were fake news or actual news. So shares Elizabeth Bennion, an Indiana University South Bend political science professor and participant in the BizVoice® magazine [...]

2018-09-06T16:39:49+00:00September 5th, 2018|

BizVoiceExtra: Making Moves Smooth for Out-of-State Hires

Before moving to Indiana last year, I had lived in the South, Mid-Atlantic, West and Southwest – but not the Midwest. Some of our 10-plus moves were due to my husband’s first career, but we also didn’t stay in one place once he hung up his military uniform. Our three relocations before here were also by choice – and [...]

2018-09-04T11:14:12+00:00September 4th, 2018|

BizVoiceExtra: Start-Ups Take Seven-Week Journey

The entrepreneurial bug is busy in Indy. It almost sank its teeth into me this summer (and I don’t have any entrepreneurial bones in my body!) as I chatted with folks at several start-ups. All were graduates of gBETA Indy – a free, seven-week program for early-stage companies. gBETA Indy, Indiana’s first public accelerator, is a program of nationally-ranked [...]

2018-08-30T10:00:52+00:00August 30th, 2018|

Cars Are the New Homes in Expensive Cities

It’s hard to picture the real estate difficulties in California and other areas of the country until you see it for yourself. I visited a friend in San Francisco earlier this year and was shocked to view the situation first-hand. For instance, my friend rents a room in a rent-controlled house for $1,200 a month. If the original roommate [...]

2018-08-24T09:41:35+00:00August 24th, 2018|

J.D. Vance, New York Times Best-Selling Author of ‘Hillbilly Elegy’, Headlines Chamber’s 29th Annual Awards Dinner Nov. 13

(INDIANAPOLIS) —  The New York Times #1 best-selling author of Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis will headline the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s 29th Annual Awards Dinner on November 13. In Hillbilly Elegy, J.D. Vance offers his depiction of growing up in Appalachia and an analysis of the cultural and family trials that come with [...]

2018-08-07T08:39:17+00:00August 7th, 2018|

BizVoiceExtra: Small Indiana Town Helps Villagers Thousands of Miles Away

Toward the end of my telephone interview with Bob Gabrielse for an article in the July-August issue of BizVoice magazine, he politely asked if he could quickly take another call, apologizing for the interruption. A trucking company was on the other end of the line, hoping to deliver 200 parts about an hour later. The vehicle wasn’t heading to [...]

2018-07-12T16:29:33+00:00July 12th, 2018|

BizVoiceExtra: All Sides of the Law

Bill Barrett heads the litigation group at the Williams Barrett & Wilkowski law firm in Greenwood. He says his background after graduating from Indiana University Law School (Bloomington) is invaluable in his current role. Barrett was a clerk for both the Indiana Court of Appeals and the Indiana Tax Court. He followed that by becoming a prosecutor in Johnson County [...]

2018-07-12T10:15:42+00:00July 10th, 2018|

BizVoiceExtra: A Day to Remember

From the moment I heard about Phyllis Gratz Poff’s career, I was intrigued. When I met her in person, I was awestruck.BizVoice® magazine profiles Poff (at age 87, she’s Indiana’s longest-practicing female attorney) in our current issue, which features a special law firm section. I traveled to her downtown office in Auburn, which she’s occupied for 45-plus years.During an impromptu lunch, [...]

2018-07-12T10:34:22+00:00June 28th, 2018|

USS Indiana Submarine to be Commissioned in September

Shakespeare famously wrote, “What’s in a name?”, implying names are mere signifiers that don’t alter substance. But when it comes to ships and other nautical vessels, names are important and carry significance and historical gravitas. Take, for instance, the Navy’s newest submarine: the USS Indiana (SSN 789). Named by the Secretary of the Navy in 2012, the fast-attack submarine [...]

2018-06-29T14:22:43+00:00June 19th, 2018|