Inside INdiana Business: Ohio company acquires The Canterbury

2013-06-12T00:00:00Z Inside INdiana Business: Ohio company acquires The CanterburyGerry Dick Times Columnist
June 12, 2013 12:00 am  • 

The Canterbury Hotel in downtown Indianapolis has been acquired by Ohio-based RockBridge Capital LLC. The historic hotel had been owned by Indianapolis entrepreneur Turner Woodard, who hopes the deal will help his vision for the property develop more quickly.


Urban League leader highlights education in Indy

The CEO of the National Urban League is bringing his message of the importance of education and job training to Indianapolis. Marc Morial is delivering the keynote address at the annual Indianapolis Urban League Luncheon.


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Tax deductions already aiding casino revenue

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South Bend to host Irish entrepreneurs

Dozens of entrepreneurs from Ireland are slated to visit the University of Notre Dame campus Friday. The group will consist of current and former Ernst and Young Ireland Entrepreneur of the Year award contestants.


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