Senior Living Industry Continues to Grow

Thanks to Baby Boomers, the senior living industry is one of the fastest growing segments of the health care sector. The Barrington of Carmel Executive Director Troy Cannaday discusses the trends in elder care developments.

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State Lands Another German Job Commitment

State Lands Another German Job Commitment

The third German company in less than a week has announced an expansion at an Indiana operation. DOT GmbH is planning to launch DOT America Inc. in Columbia City, which could mean up to 20 new jobs by 2016. Governor Mike Pence has been leading an ...

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Vera Bradley Names New VPs

Fort Wayne-based Vera Bradley Inc. (Nasdaq: VRA) has appointed two new executives. Rosemary Ricketts has been named vice president merchandising and Steve Bohman will be vice president of global production.

EDC Releases Case Studies

The LaGrange County Economic Development Corp. has released case studies of five businesses in different sectors. EDC President Keith Gillenwater says the resulting reports highlight the benefits of locating to the area and help existing companies...

Rose-Hulman Team Advances in Global Challenge

A group of students from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology working on a prototype of a "cleaner, safer and more enjoyable" vehicle is among 20 finalists in the Valeo Innovation Challenge. Nearly 1,000 teams from 55 countries entered the competit...

Keynotes Named For Women's Event

Integrating Woman Leaders Inc. has announced the keynote speakers for its annual leadership conference this summer in Indianapolis. The include the founder of a national women's group and an executive at Indianapolis-based Roche Diagnostics Corp.

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Reconsider Your 'Don't be Negative' Social Media Policy

The National Labor Relations Board is continuing a campaign to strike down what it views as broad and ambiguous employer policies. In a decision earlier this month in Hills and Dales General Hospital, the Board struck down portions of the hospital's Standards of Behavior Policy which prohibited "negative comments" and "negativity or gossip."

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