• Indiana American Water Acquires Southern Indiana Utility

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  • The Symphony of Chesterton is one of two Indiana properties owned by Mainstreet Health Investments Inc.)

    Mainstreet Details $425M Deal

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  • Suter has held executive healthcare positions in Texas, Illinois, Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky.

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    Chamber to Unveil Legislative Agenda

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  • Haynes produces high-performance alloy products.

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    Kokomo-based Haynes International Inc. (Nasdaq: HAYN) is reporting a fiscal full-year net loss of $10.2 million, compared to a net income of $5 million the previous year. The high-performance alloy manufacturer says, despite the loss, revenues in the aerospace market reached its highest level of the year during the fourth quarter.

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    Las Vegas-based Allegiant (Nasdaq: ALGT) has launched its inaugural seasonal nonstop flight from Indianapolis International Airport to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. The flight, plans for which were announced in June, will run weekdays through February.

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    As the holiday season draws near, the town of Santa Claus has received national recognition. The Spencer County town is included in POPSUGAR.com's list of 15 holiday travel destinations for Christmas lovers.

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    • Krannert Diversity Program Celebrates Half-Century

      One of the first programs in the country to help recruit minority students into a business school is approaching a major milestone. Purdue University says the Krannert School of Management's Business Opportunity Program turns 50 next year, and has produced some of the school's most successful alumni. The school says, since the program launched in 1968 with 11 people, it has served more than 1,000 students who otherwise might not have had the opportunity to attend...

    • New COO at Elevate Ventures

      Indianapolis-based Elevate Ventures has named Ken Miller chief operating officer. The technology industry veteran most recently served as partner at Indianapolis-based DeveloperTown. Chief Executive Officer Chris LaMothe says "with Ken on board, our statewide team is growing exponentially in terms of experience and passion for entrepreneurship in Indiana."

    • Opioid Withdrawal Treatment Lands FDA Clearance

      The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given clearance for a medical device developed in Indiana to help treat symptoms of opioid withdrawal. The device, known as the NSS-2 BRIDGE, was created by Innovative Health Solutions Inc. in Versailles.

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    • IU Gifts to Promote Diversity in Real Estate

      Indiana University says gifts to the Kelley School of Business totaling $500,000 will help foster more diversity among real estate professionals throughout the state. The gifts from Al and Shary Oak and Lacy and Patty Johnson will support internship recipients and various real estate-related programming.

    • Krannert Diversity Program Celebrates Half-Century

      One of the first programs in the country to help recruit minority students into a business school is approaching a major milestone. Purdue University says the Krannert School of Management's Business Opportunity Program turns 50 next year, and has produced some of the school's most successful alumni. The school says, since the program launched in 1968 with 11 people, it has served more than 1,000 students who otherwise might not have had the opportunity to attend...

    • Valpo Taking 'Difficult' Actions Involving Law School

      Valparaiso University says its law school is facing "severe financial challenges," deeming the 130-year-old program "financially unsustainable for the foreseeable future." The administration has decided to suspend first-year law school class admissions next fall and the university is exploring alternatives for the future, including affiliating the law school with another institution or relocating it to a market with "perceived greater demand."

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    • Haynes Reports Full-Year Loss

      Kokomo-based Haynes International Inc. (Nasdaq: HAYN) is reporting a fiscal full-year net loss of $10.2 million, compared to a net income of $5 million the previous year. The high-performance alloy manufacturer says, despite the loss, revenues in the aerospace market reached its highest level of the year during the fourth quarter.

    • Indiana Unemployment Rate Ticks Higher Again

      The Indiana Department of Workforce Development says the state's unemployment rate has risen slightly to 3.9 percent, offset in part by a gain of 2,500 jobs in the private sector. The October report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says the Indiana labor force had a net decrease of nearly 11,700, compared to September. The unemployment rate since June has increased 0.9 percent. Indiana's unemployment rate is lower than the 4.1 percent national average and...

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      The General Assembly has opened up the possibility of additional interstate tolling, a concept Indiana Chamber of Commerce President Kevin Brinegar says, while not a done deal, is the "most realistic" method of filling potential funding gaps for road work in the future. The Indiana Department of Transportation recently released a feasibility study on tolling, which suggests revenue from collections could exceed $53 billion between 2021 and 2050.

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      A biopharmaceutical company with offices in Indianapolis and London has announced a $20 million boost to a Series A round of financing. Outpost Medicine, which focuses on treating urologic and gastrointestinal disorders, says Scott Byrd will succeed co-founder David Socks as president and chief executive officer. Socks, who also serves as a venture partner with one of Outpost's key VC providers, Frazier Healthcare Partners, will remain on the board of directors.

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      The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given clearance for a medical device developed in Indiana to help treat symptoms of opioid withdrawal. The device, known as the NSS-2 BRIDGE, was created by Innovative Health Solutions Inc. in Versailles.

    • Purdue Researcher Lands $5M From Gates Foundation

      The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is supporting Purdue University research to find stronger and more versatile sorghum varieties for African farmers. The $5 million grant is the second grant from the foundation secured by Purdue Center for Global Food Security Director Gebisa Ejeta. He previously led a team that identified a gene and biological processes that control resistance to a parasitic weed dangerous to sorghum and other crops.

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    • Mainstreet Reorganization Results in 12 Layoffs

      Mainstreet says it is undergoing a corporate level reorganization. A spokeswoman says 12 positions have been eliminated or consolidated. The move is a result of a new strategy and to support what the real estate development, investment and health care company says is faster growth in its operations functions, compared to real estate functions. The affected employees, which the company says will receive severance packages, represent 4 percent of Mainstreet's work force.

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      The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is supporting Purdue University research to find stronger and more versatile sorghum varieties for African farmers. The $5 million grant is the second grant from the foundation secured by Purdue Center for Global Food Security Director Gebisa Ejeta. He previously led a team that identified a gene and biological processes that control resistance to a parasitic weed dangerous to sorghum and other crops.

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      The chairman of the Ivy Tech Community College Board of Directors has been appointed state director for U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development in Indiana. Michael Dora is retired and was the previous owner/operator of Dora Enterprises, the family's grain and swine production operation in Rush County. He was appointed to the Ivy Tech board in 2013 by then-Governor Mike Pence.

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    Butler University has named Lisa Brooks dean of the Jordan College of the Arts. She has served Butler as violin professor, assistant chair of the School of Music and director of the graduate program and chair of the School of Music. Brooks has been Interim Dean of the College since June 1.

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    Krieg DeVault has named Matthew Neumann an associate in the firm's real estate, environmental and litigation practice groups. He has more than seven years of experience and will focus his practice in the areas of environmental, real estate, complex commercial litigation and business and corporate matters. Neumann previously worked for Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP.

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  • STAR Financial Names Manager

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  • Meyer Resigns From Carmel Redevelopment Commission

    Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard has accepted Corrie Meyer’s (pictured) resignation as director of the Carmel Redevelopment Commission. She has been heading the CRC for the past three years. Meyer says she wants to focus on her political campaign for the State Senate for District 29. Mayor Brainard has appointed Henry Mestetsky as interim director for the CRC. Mestetsky has been serving as secretary of that commission.

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  • The Arc of Indiana Adds to Team

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  • Former Lilly Exec is Trump's HHS Pick

    President Donald Trump says he is nominating the former president of Lilly USA LLC to be the next secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Alex Azar left Lilly in January following a leadership restructuring announced by Chief Executive Officer Dave Ricks. Azar spent 10 years at the pharmaceutical company, including fives years as president of its largest affiliate.

  • New Leader to Take Over at BraunAbility

    Winamac-based BraunAbility has named Staci Kroon president and chief executive officer. She will succeed Nick Gutwein, who will retire at the end of the month. Kroon most recently served as executive vice president of Eaton Business Systems, a division of global manufacturer Eaton Corp. PLC.

  • Indiana Chamber Honors Volunteers of the Year

    The Indiana Chamber of Commerce's 2017 Samuel C. Schlosser Volunteers of the Year are: Dennis Faulkenberg (APPIAN), David McKinnis (pictured) (Purdue University) and Stephanie Smithey (pictured) (Ogletree Deakins). The award is named after a longtime Indiana Chamber volunteer and president of the Plymouth Foundry.

  • The ARC Honors Brown, Kenley

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  • Hatchett & Hauck Adds to Team

    Indianapolis-based Hatchett & Hauck LLP has added Lauren Hacias. She previously served as a legal clerk for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - Environmental Appeals Board.

  • VOX Global Promotes Three

    VOX Global has promoted three client service leaders: Francesca Jarosz-Brady (pictured) and Jon Coffin (pictured) to senior vice presidents and Emily Brelage to account supervisor. Jarosz-Brady and Coffin previously served as vice presidents. Brelage previously served as a senior account executive. 

  • Red Cross Names Regional Chief Development Officer

    The Indiana Region of the American Red Cross has appointed Jennifer Pfeil chief development officer. She most recently served in a similar role at WFYI Public Media, where she led all aspects of fundraising including corporate support, membership, major and planned giving, grants and data. Pfeil also led the successful closure of an $8.5 million capital campaign. She also served as vice president of investor relations at the United Way of Central Indiana.

  • Physicians Health Plan Makes Promotions

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  • ISU Names 12th President

    Indiana State University's board of trustees will this week vote to make Deborah Curtis the school's 12th president. Curtis, who is currently provost and chief learning officer at the University of Central Missouri, will succeed Dan Bradley, who is stepping down next year after more than nine years in office. The school says its presidential search committee selected Curtis through a national search, which drew more than 70 candidates.

  • FSSA Names Indiana Medicaid Director

    The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has promoted Allison Taylor to Medicaid director. She has served as interim director since May. Prior, Taylor served as FSSA’s general counsel since joining the agency in 2015. She advised health care clients on regulatory compliance, reimbursement and enrollment matters at Indianapolis law firm Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman.

  • Payne to Head Indiana DWD

    The state is looking to the private sector for the next leader of the Department of Workforce Development. Fred Payne, who currently serves as chief administrator for Greensburg-based Honda Manufacturing of Indiana LLC, will take over as DWD commissioner December 12. Payne will succeed Steve Braun, who resigned in August to run for the 4th Congressional District.

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