Jan 27, 2021
As a Foreign Service Officer, Mark Van Fleet learned about international trade and made life-long friendships that have advanced the aspirations of Indiana businesses.
He served in Thailand, then 20 years in senior positions at The United States Chamber of Commerce.
Why do some businesses grow internationally, while...
Jan 20, 2021
Yi-Fang Huang is a violin virtuoso raised in Taiwan, educated in Argentina, now performing from Basel, who competed in the 1998 International Violin Competition of Indianapolis.
This podcast includes his performance of The Sibelius Violin Concerto Third Movement.
He tells us about his career, and about perceived...
Jan 13, 2021
Tom Hiatt's commitment is The Indiana Democracy Collaboration, but this only is the most recent of a long-line of activities, such as creating an endowment for Holliday Park, starting The Indianapolis branch of Grameen America (micro loans to women living below the poverty line), venture capital, and helping to raise...
Jan 6, 2021
What do First Internet Bancorp, Speakers of The House, Hockey Players, and Auto Auctions have in common: Jerry Williams
Among the many things we learn here is a reason legislative term limits do not work. All of this from a world class bicycle traveler.
Dec 30, 2020
John and Morton discuss financial planning, state of the market, and credit cards.