• (Image courtesy of the city of Noblesville.)

    Noblesville Approves $31M Development

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  • Kevin Brinegar is the CEO of the Indiana Chamber.

    Chamber Endorses Hate Crime Legislation

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  • Hillenbrand is headquartered in Batesville. (photo courtesy Hillenbrand)

    Hillenbrand Fiscal Year Profit Drops

    Batesville-based Hillenbrand Inc. (NYSE: HI) is reporting fiscal full-year net income of $76.6 million, down from $126.2 million the previous year. Despite the drop, Chief Executive Officer Joe Raver says the manufacturer is in a good position as it starts a new fiscal year. 

  • (Image of pitch competition winners courtesy of South Bend Code School.)

    Young Coders Win South Bend Pitch Competition

    Two fifteen-year-olds have been crowned winners of a business idea event at South Bend Code School. Hello World. A Pitch Competition from Nowhere, USA featured five teams presenting their concepts to a panel of judges that included San Francisco-based venture capitalist Cyan Banister. David Harrison and Matthew Williams, both from South Bend, took home the $2,500 top prize by pitching the Ideator, a website to...

  • Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill

    State Files Suit Against Pharmaceutical Company

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  • (Graphic courtesy of the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.)

    Indiana GDP Ticks Up

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  • (Rendering courtesy of Buckingham Group.)

    CityWay2.0 Coming Along

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    The Indiana Department of Education has unveiled the school accountability grades for the 2017-2018 academic year. The department says about 22 percent of schools improved one or more letter grades, with 64 percent receiving an A or B.

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    • (Image of pitch competition winners courtesy of South Bend Code School.)

      Young Coders Win South Bend Pitch Competition

      Two fifteen-year-olds have been crowned winners of a business idea event at South Bend Code School. Hello World. A Pitch Competition from Nowhere, USA featured five teams presenting their concepts to a panel of judges that included San Francisco-based venture capitalist Cyan Banister. David Harrison and Matthew Williams, both from South Bend, took home the $2,500 top prize by pitching the Ideator, a website to...

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    • (Image of pitch competition winners courtesy of South Bend Code School.)

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      Two fifteen-year-olds have been crowned winners of a business idea event at South Bend Code School. Hello World. A Pitch Competition from Nowhere, USA featured five teams presenting their concepts to a panel of judges that included San Francisco-based venture capitalist Cyan Banister. David Harrison and Matthew Williams, both from South Bend, took home the $2,500 top prize by pitching the Ideator, a website to...

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  • Manufacturing & Logistics

    • Hillenbrand is headquartered in Batesville. (photo courtesy Hillenbrand)

      Hillenbrand Fiscal Year Profit Drops

      Batesville-based Hillenbrand Inc. (NYSE: HI) is reporting fiscal full-year net income of $76.6 million, down from $126.2 million the previous year. Despite the drop, Chief Executive Officer Joe Raver says the manufacturer is in a good position as it starts a new fiscal year. 

    • (Image courtesy of Steel Green Manufacturing.)

      Lebanon Company Details Growth Plans

      A lawn and power equipment startup is planning to expand in Boone County. Steel Green Manufacturing says it intends to add 58 employees as part of a $563,000 investment in the former Walter Peyton Power Equipment facility near the Lebanon Business Park. General Manager Brent Mills says "Steel Green Manufacturing's new operations will support the continued growth of the lawn care industry by producing quality and innovative equipment. We chose Lebanon because..."

    • Major Loss For Skyline Champion

      Elkhart-based Skyline Champion Corp. (NYSE: SKY) is reporting a fiscal second quarter net loss of $77 million, compared to net income of $7.4 million during the same period last year. The company says the loss was driven by an increase in expenses related its merger with Champion Enterprises Holdings LLC, which was completed in June.

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  • Life Sciences

    • Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill

      State Files Suit Against Pharmaceutical Company

      Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill has filed suit against a Connecticut-based pharmaceutical manufacturer. The lawsuit alleges Purdue Pharma, which makes opioid products such as OxyContin, played a key role in the state's opioid crisis by misrepresenting the risks and benefits of opioids.

    • (Image courtesy of Endocyte)

      Endocyte Loss Narrows Amid Pending Acquisition

      West Lafayette-based Endocyte Inc. (Nasdaq: ECYT) is reporting a third quarter net loss of $12.6 million, compared to a net loss of $23.3 million during the same period a year earlier. The biopharmaceutical company is in the midst of a proposed $2.1 billion acquisition by Switzerland-based Novartis AG, which is expected to close in the first half of next year. The deal is considered the largest of its kind ever for an Indiana life sciences company.

    • IBRI Details Medical Data Collaboration

      The Indiana Biosciences Research Institute in Indianapolis has announced a partnership with a global information technology consulting company. Massachusetts-based Virtusa Corp. (Nasdaq: VRTU) says the collaboration will involve analyzing synthetic medical data, which isn't subject to the same privacy regulations as real-world data sets, to accelerate research on diseases like diabetes. The collaborative analyses, IBRI and Virtusa say, will use...

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  • Health

    • Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill

      State Files Suit Against Pharmaceutical Company

      Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill has filed suit against a Connecticut-based pharmaceutical manufacturer. The lawsuit alleges Purdue Pharma, which makes opioid products such as OxyContin, played a key role in the state's opioid crisis by misrepresenting the risks and benefits of opioids.

    • Public Safety Medical Joins St. Vincent Health

      Physicians and staff of Public Safety Medical have joined St. Vincent Health, Wellness and Preventive Care Institute. Public Safety Medical provides services for fire, law enforcement and EMS personnel, and is the largest medical practice of its kind in the country. PSM was founded in the early 1990's by Steven Moffatt after his practice detected heart disease before heart attacks, early stage cancers, and injury numbers from local firefighters began to decline. 

    • Work Begins on $21M LaPorte Hospital

      Beacon Health System and Franciscan Health have broken ground on the $21.6 million Franciscan Beacon Hospital in LaPorte. The hospital will feature a full-service emergency department, inpatient care, lab services, diagnostic equipment and telehealth capabilities. Construction is set to be complete in early 2020. The project involves about 28,000 square feet of new construction and nearly 20,000 square feet of renovation at the current Beacon Medial Group building.

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  • Ag INnovation

    • (Image courtesy of Trader's Point Creamery.)

      Trader's Point Creamery 'Bringing Our Brand Back Home'

      Zionsville-based Trader's Point Creamery says it is dialing back its nationwide distribution footprint. In an open letter to its customers, the organic dairy farm says "over time, we have felt the tug back towards the place and production scale that fueled our vision in the early days." It is renewing its focus, the letter says, on being an Indiana and Midwest brand. To maintain a more personal connection with its customers through...

    • The foundry spans 26,000 square feet in the Purdue Research Park.

      Cambridge Ag Company Picks Purdue Research Park

      A Boston-based seed development and plant breeding company is expanding into the Purdue Research Park. Inari will open what it calls the world's first Seed Foundry at the complex. The company says the work done there can help "revolutionize the seed industry" and create a more resilient and sustainable food system. Inari Senior Vice President of Operations Mark Stowers says the 26,000 square-foot facility will ultimately house about 50 people, but adds there is plenty...

    • Purdue Hosts Food & Ag Business National Conference

      Purdue University's Center for Food and Agricultural Business is hosting the 2018 National Conference for Food and Agribusiness. The conference brings together agri-food professionals to discuss topics ranging from market trends to e-commerce. The focus of the two-day conference is on business relationships, and includes new breakout workshops. Purdue faculty will give presentations along with farmers, researchers and industry professionals. 

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  • Don Baker and Janice Ortbring

    Centier Bank Makes Appointments

    Centier Bank has appointed Chief Information Officer Don Baker (pictured) a senior partner with the organization. Also, Stephanie Parish has been appointed assistant vice president, retail marketing manager for the bank’s marketing department. Janice Ortbring (pictured) has been named vice president and director of marketing. Gail Brickler has been appointed branch manager, officer serving West Lafayette’s Meijer in-store branch.

  • Tom McClanahan

    Tom McClanahan to Retire

    After some 47 years at WTWO-TV in Terre Haute, Tom McClanahan has announced his retirement. Now an anchor for sister station WAWV, McClanahan was WTWO's senior weekday anchor for 26 years until 2008. The Indiana State University graduate is a Sullivan County native who also briefly worked at WTHI-TV in Terre Haute and in cable advertising sales. Since 1971, McClanahan's duties have included news photographer, reporter, anchor, sports director and account executive.

  • Roya Porter

    Ice Miller Welcomes Attorney Roya Porter

    Ice Miller LLP has added Attorney Roya Porter to the its litigation practice. She previously served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Tanya Walton Pratt, District Judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana. Porter also previously served as a federal tax consultant for Deloitte Tax LLP.

  • Bill Fine

    Fine Elected to NASUCA Executive Committee

    Indiana Utility Consumer Counselor Bill Fine has been elected to the Executive Committee of the National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates. NASUCA is a not-for-profit organization of 56 consumer advocates in 43 states and the District of Columbia, as well as Puerto Rico, Barbados and Jamaica. Each NASUCA member is designated by the laws of its respective jurisdiction to represent utility consumer interests before state and federal regulators and the courts.

  • Susan Turner

    Terre Haute Museum Announces New Executive Director

    The Terre Haute Children’s Museum has named Susan Turner executive director. She most recently served as senior director of advancement and alumni relations at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College. Prior to that Turner worked at Vermillion Rise Mega Park as marketing director and at UAP Clinic as marketing and public relations manager.

  • Dave Rosenthal

    WFYI Names Side Effects Managing Editor

    WFYI Public Media has named Dave Rosenthal Side Effects Public Media managing editor. Side Effects is a health news initiative led by WFYI that produces stories heard on WFYI 90.1 FM and seen at wfyi.org and sideeffectsnews.org. He brings a wealth of journalism and editing experience to his new role. Rosenthal most recently served as senior director of news and public affairs for WBFO/WNED Public Broadcasting in Buffalo, New York, and as managing editor for Great Lakes Today.

  • Chris Evans

    Indiana Hunger Relief Organization Expands Board

    Indianapolis hunger relief organization Million Meal Movement has appointed American Century Investments Vice President, Chris Evans, to its board of directors. He is part of the financial professional’s sales team at American Century dedicated to advisor relationships across the state of Indiana and Western Michigan.

  • Suresh Garimella

    Garimella Appointed to National Science Board

    Suresh Garimella, who has led four straight record years for Purdue University research funding, has been appointed to the National Science Board. He is Purdue’s executive vice president for research and partnerships, and the Goodson Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Garimella is one of seven appointments to the board by President Donald Trump.

  • Tom Easterday and Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch

    Retiring Subaru Executive Receives Prestigious Awards

    Subaru of Indiana Automotive's Tom Easterday has been presented with distinguished awards from the city of Lafayette and state of Indiana. Easterday is retiring after 30 years at Subaru and was selected by Governor Eric Holcomb to receive the Sagamore of The Wabash and also was awarded the Marquis de Lafayette by Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski.

  • Kyle Steinbrueck and Kayla Bruner

    Plews Shadley Racher & Braun Hires Three

    Indianapolis-based Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP has added Kyle Steinbrueck (pictured) and Christopher Kozak as associates, and Kayla Bruner (pictured) as a paralegal. Steinbrueck focuses his practice in the area of insurance coverage litigation, and Kozak concentrates his practice in general civil litigation. Bruner previously worked for the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office and a general practice law firm in Muncie.

  • Alexandria Foster and Ben Vandeventer

    Krieg DeVault Welcomes Three Associates

    Krieg DeVault has added three new associates: Alexandria Foster (pictured), Scott Frissell and Ben Vandeventer (pictured). Foster is an associate in the firm’s health care practice group in the Indianapolis office. Also, Frissell is an associate in the firm's public and municipal finance and tax practice groups in the Carmel office. Vandeventer is an associate in the commercial and real estate lending group in Carmel.

  • Tanner Niehaus

    McGuire Sponsel Hires Tax Consultant

    Tanner Niehaus joins McGuire Sponsel as a tax consultant, to serve clients in its R&D tax credit practice. He previously served as a controller and assistant general manager at Gates of the Bluegrass LLC. Niehaus also worked at Barr, Anderson, & Roberts PSC.

  • Bert Sorenson

    Huntington Insurance Adds Account Executive

    Bert Sorenson has joined Huntington Insurance as an account executive. He has more than 30 years of experience in the employee benefits industry, most recently as a stop loss regional marketing director for AIG.

  • Indiana National Guard Brig. Gen. Robert D. Burke

    Indiana National Guard Promotes Burke to Brigadier General

    A Knightstown resident and Indiana State Police officer has reached the one-star rank of brigadier general. Indiana National Guard Brig. Gen. Robert Burke, most recently the 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team commander, received his new rank from family members and Maj. Gen. Courtney P. Carr, Indiana's adjutant general, during the ceremony attended by scores of Hoosier Guardsmen and Indiana State Troopers.

  • Ashlee Leo

    Endangered Species Chocolate Adds to Marketing Team

    Indianapolis-based Endangered Species Chocolate has added Ashlee Leo to its marketing team as its marketing and promotions manager. She most recently oversaw all marketing and public relations efforts for Mid-America Real Estate Group. Leo also has years of experience in CPG that includes marketing development with Coca-Cola and a manager of trade marketing and brand at Hill & Valley Inc.

  • Kyla Krieg

    Ivy Tech Names Workforce Development Consultant

    Kyla Krieg, director of outreach and engagement for both the Princeton and Tell City Career and Technology Centers, has been named workforce development consultant for Ivy Tech’s Evansville Campus service area. In this role, Krieg is charged with building the college’s profile and serving as the workforce development liaison in the communities the college serves.

  • Angela Bratina

    Franciscan Selects Women & Children’s Services Director

    Angela Bratina has been appointed administrative director for the Center of Women and Children at Franciscan Health Indianapolis and Mooresville. She previously served as director of women and children’s services.

  • Christi Johnson-Kennedy

    Indianapolis to Install New Postmaster

    Postal service veteran Christi Johnson-Kennedy will be the new Postmaster of Indianapolis after her installation Friday. She will become the first African-American woman to serve in the position. Johnson-Kennedy began with the postal service in 2000 as a mail handler at the Indianapolis Processing & Distribution Center before later becoming a letter carrier. 

  • Chelsea Haring-Cozzi

    CHIP Names New Executive Director

    Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention has named Chelsea Haring-Cozzi executive director. She will officially assume her duties on November 26 and will succeed Alan Witchey. Haring-Cozzi most recently served as senior manager of strategic initiatives at United Way of Central Indiana.

  • Kevin Wright

    STAR Bank Promotes Wright to Senior VP

    Fort Wayne-based STAR Bank has promoted Kevin Wright to senior vice president of commercial banking. He succeeds Ben Campbell, who will retire at the end of the year. Wright has extensive banking and financial experience and has been with STAR for about a decade. Throughout his tenure, he has spent time as a credit analyst, commercial credit manager and commercial banker.

  • Stan Pinegar and Melody Birmingham-Byrd

    Duke Energy Appoints New Leadership

    Duke Energy has promoted Stan Pinegar to president in Indiana. He most recently served as vice president of Indiana government affairs. Pinegar succeeds Melody Birmingham-Byrd, who has been appointed senior vice president and chief procurement officer. She has 24 years of leadership and managerial experience in the electric and automotive manufacturing industries.

  • Jim Zaloudek

    InterVision Appoints Zaloudek CFO

    Indianapolis-based InterVision Systems LLC has named Jim Zaloudek chief financial officer. He will oversee the company’s finance, operations, mergers and acquisition, investor relations, legal and human resources functions. Zaloudek previously served as CFO of DemandJump.
  • Geoffrey Stringer

    Kimball Electronics Director Stringer to Retire

    Jasper-based Kimball Electronics Inc. has appointed Robert “Bob” Phillippy to its board of directors. He will also serve as a member of the audit committee. Phillippy will replace Geoffrey Stringer (pictured), who is retiring from the board after more than 15 years of dedicated service with the company and its former parent, Kimball International Inc.

  • Glenn Maykish

    IMG Appoints Global Head of Products

    Indianapolis-based International Medical Group has appointed Glenn Maykish global head of products and strategy. He will be responsible for leading global product development for IMG's family of companies. Maykish previously served as chief commercial officer at AXA Assistance USA. He also previously served as head of global accident and health group business at AIG.

  • Allison Allen and Charles Decker

    KSM Makes Promotions

    Katz, Sapper & Miller has promoted 15 to managers: Allison Allen (pictured), Alex Cote, Ben Crim, Michael Fennerty, Jacqueline Foster, Andrew Fuchs, Lindsay Hammond, Erin Hunter, Sandy Krause, Corey McSweeney, Seth Sailors, Stephen Short, Daniel Tritch, Brad Weiss and Chris Young. Also, eight have been promoted to director.

  • Steve Uhey and Casie Towsley

    Barrett McNagny LLP Adds Associate Attorneys

    The Fort Wayne law firm of Barrett McNagny LLP has added Casie Towsley (pictured), Steve Uhey (pictured) and Tess Anglin as associate attorneys. Towsley will concentrate her practice in litigation, Uhey in finance and business and Anglin in labor and employment. Towsley and Uhey received their Juris Doctorate degrees from the University of Notre Dame Law School. Anglin received her J.D., with honors, from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.

  • Maureen McFadden

    Maureen McFadden Announces Retirement

    A familiar face to news viewers in Michiana will retire after nearly 40 years. Maureen McFadden says she will finish her career at WNDU in South Bend early next year. She announced the decision this week, saying she would retire once her three sons were out of college. A St. Mary’s College graduate, McFadden began her career as a morning anchor at U93 in South Bend, a radio station she and her husband eventually owned.

  • Jim Conwell

    Rose-Hulman Announces President's Departure

    Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has announced the resignation of President Jim Conwell. Senior Vice President Rob Coons will serve as acting president. In 2013, Conwell became the 15th president of the institution. A news release from Rose-Hulman says the decision was mutual, citing "board concerns and President Conwell's need to focus on a family health issue that is requiring more of his time and attention."

  • Lee Ann Jourdan

    Franklin College Names Assistant VP

    Franklin College has named Lee Ann Jourdan assistant vice president for alumni engagement and annual giving. She'll be part of the college's development and alumni engagement team. She has more than 15 years of experience in nonprofit management and higher education fundraising. Jourdan most recently served as DePauw University’s director of annual giving.

  • Jeff Fettig

    Fettig Named IU Kelley Poling Chair

    Indiana University's Kelley School of Business has named Jeff Fettig its Poling Chair of Business and Government. Fettig is chairman of the board of Whirlpool Corp. and non-employee executive chairman of DowDuPont Inc. He will serve as a leader-in-residence and visit the Kelley School in Bloomington and Indianapolis during the fall and spring semesters to work with students and faculty members.

  • Sam Laurin

    American Bar Association Forum Names Chair

    Sam Laurin, partner at Bose McKinney & Evans, has been named chairman of Division 7 (Insurance, Surety & Liens) of the American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law. The forum is the largest organization of construction lawyers in the United States. Laurin is chair of the Bose McKinney & Evans litigation and construction law groups and focuses his practice on litigating construction, commercial and insurance coverage disputes.

  • Robin Davis and Kendra Hedge

    The Farmers Bank Makes Promotion, Hire

    The Farmers Bank has promoted Robin Davis to employee engagement manager. She has been with the bank since 1994 and previously worked as training coordinator and assistant branch manager. Also, Kendra Hedge has been named agriculture and commercial loan officer. She previously served as business manager for Reproduction Specialty Group Inc.

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