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(i) on Economic Development: Lilly Tax Abatement Debate

Mar 28, 2019 | Tim Cook, JD Katie Culp, MBA

Eli Lilly and Co. received final approval for property tax abatement on a $90 million investment it’s making at its technology center in downtown Indianapolis. On the most recent (i) on Economic Development, Tim Cook and Katie Culp sat down with Gerry Dick to discuss whether providing incentives for this type of project is good … Continue reading (i) on Economic Development: Lilly Tax Abatement Debate

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Logistics Firm Debuts Fourth Plainfield Warehouse, Expanded Indiana Footprint

Mar 13, 2019 | KSMLA

PLAINFIELD, Ind. (March 13, 2019) – MD Logistics, a third-party logistics firm, announced the opening of its fourth Plainfield warehouse, which is expected to create up to 50 new jobs by the end of 2023. “Indiana-born companies like MD Logistics are providing continued and sustainable growth in our communities, creating quality career opportunities for Hoosiers,” … Continue reading Logistics Firm Debuts Fourth Plainfield Warehouse, Expanded Indiana Footprint

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(i) on Economic Development:
Economic Development Efforts Continue to Make Waves

Mar 11, 2019 | KSMLA

This article originally appeared on insideindianabusiness.com. Several high-profile economic development projects are making headlines in central Indiana. Indianapolis-based site selection firm KSM Location Advisors says efforts at the Indianapolis International Airport, as well as proposed projects such as Eleven Park and the expansion of the Indiana Convention Center and addition of two new downtown Indy … Continue reading (i) on Economic Development:
Economic Development Efforts Continue to Make Waves

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Erner Honored by Susan G. Komen Central Indiana

Mar 11, 2019 | KSMLA

Jennifer Erner has been honored as an Outstanding Volunteer Award recipient by Susan G. Komen Central Indiana. The award honors an individual who – though not a breast cancer survivor – is steadfast, passionate, dependable, dedicated, available, and overall has made exceptional contributions to the mission of Susan G. Komen Central Indiana. Fueled by the … Continue reading Erner Honored by Susan G. Komen Central Indiana

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Any Lessons Learned From Amazon’s HQ2 Debacle in New York?

Mar 8, 2019 | Tim Cook, JD Katie Culp, MBA

This article originally appeared on REJournals.com. During the dawn of Amazon’s announcement that the world’s most beloved business was in search of a second headquarters (HQ2), economic development watchers predicted a bold, new day in site selection. Renowned renovator of so many fundamentals of our everyday lives – from how we purchase goods to how … Continue reading Any Lessons Learned From Amazon’s HQ2 Debacle in New York?

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Legislature Should Learn From New York’s HQ2 Flameout

Mar 4, 2019 | Tim Cook, JD Katie Culp, MBA

This article originally appeared on IBJ.com. A collective sigh of relief could be heard from the losing cities that competed for Amazon’s HQ2 as they watched the frame-by-frame wreckage of the company’s flameout in New York. On an economic development disaster scale of 1 to 10, Jeff Bezos’ decision to pull out of the Empire … Continue reading Legislature Should Learn From New York’s HQ2 Flameout

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Alexa, What Just Happened? Trying to Make Sense of the Amazon Debacle in NY Yields Valuable Lessons

Feb 27, 2019 | Tim Cook, JD Katie Culp, MBA

This article originally appeared on siteselection.com. Alexa, what happened? Amazon’s decision to cancel its New York headquarters project means different things to different people, depending upon their perspective. For state and local supporters of the deal, it means lost jobs, lost sources of new tax revenue, lost redevelopment opportunities, and the lost multiplier effect associated … Continue reading Alexa, What Just Happened? Trying to Make Sense of the Amazon Debacle in NY Yields Valuable Lessons

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Indiana’s Regrettable Struggle to Pass Hate Crime Legislation

Feb 22, 2019 | Tim Cook, JD Katie Culp, MBA

This article originally appeared on InsideINdianaBusiness.com. It shouldn’t be this hard. The Senate’s Public Policy Committee voted 9-1 in favor of SB-12 this week, a bill that would have codified (as written) hate crime bias to include protections for race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, disability, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, and age. SB-12 then … Continue reading Indiana’s Regrettable Struggle to Pass Hate Crime Legislation

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Who Declared Amazon the Chief Rule-Maker? Rethinking Economic Development in the Wake of HQ2

Feb 4, 2019 | Tim Cook, JD Katie Culp, MBA

This article originally appeared on siteselection.com. With Amazon’s scavenger hunt for a second (and third) headquarters now a thing of the past, lingering questions have been left in its wake, especially surrounding the water cooler aspects of the hunt. When did Amazon make the decision to split the project between two sites? Had it already … Continue reading Who Declared Amazon the Chief Rule-Maker? Rethinking Economic Development in the Wake of HQ2

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