December / January 2018

Evansville Business

Box Office Stars

Paul Stieler loves the movies — and not just because he owns movie theaters. Not only does the 80-year-old Showplace Cinemas owner (who professes being addicted to theater popcorn since he was 10 years old) still make his way to

Back Talk

Shawn McCoy

Hometown: Evansville Education: Bachelor’s degree in industrial management from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana; master’s degree in business administration from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Resume: Began career at Deaconess Health System 25 years ago in management services as an industrial

Business Front

“The Honor is All Mine”

I will just get right down to it. As most of you know, I am a man of few words. Oct. 21, 2017, was one of the most memorable days of my life. Last August, I was invited over to

Change of Plans

Plans for the highly anticipated renovations of the city’s tallest building at 420 Main St. have fallen through. The building, renamed City Tower at 420 Main earlier this year, was put on the market once again at the end of

Get Physical

Pat Wempe, CEO and physical therapist at ProRehab, might struggle at first to remember a person’s name, but he won’t forget their feet. The company, aside from general physical and occupational therapy services, provides several specialty programs, like foot orthotics

Path of Travel

Risk taker and thrill seeker — many have asked veteran driving instructor Bob Hawkins if he fits any of these descriptions. The daunting task of teaching first-time drivers surely has afforded him some interesting stories. But to Hawkins, there’s nothing

Apples to Androids

The tech world was taken by storm this fall when Apple unveiled the new iPhone X, and many diehards of the brand hope to find the newest iteration waiting for them this season under the Christmas tree. Andriod phones, however,

Midwest Vibe

A mix of old and modern greets guests and clients as they enter Redstitch Digital. Nestled in the former Indiana Stove Works building at 104 N. Sixth Ave., Redstitch employees share space in a collaborative environment that blends exposed brick

From the Forge

Getting a hotel room in Indianapolis isn’t always easy. When I learned of a new hotel being developed on the city’s north side that featured industrial architecture — the north side’s first boutique hotel — I was eager to check

In a Word: Influence

We asked three community influencers to share their thoughts on one word. CHARLES COMPTON When I think of ‘influence,’ I don’t necessarily think of it in grand, sweeping contexts. Not that examples of this type of influence don’t abound, whether

Home Run

After his long and illustrious career in Major League Baseball, Don Mattingly, now the manager of the Miami Marlins, decided he wanted to give back. When determining how and where to begin his nonprofit organization, Mattingly Charities, Don follow ed