• (Image courtesy of the Indy Chamber.)

    Krauss: Future Prospects Should be Treated in 'Amazon-Like Way'

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    Amazon Picks NYC, Northern Virginia

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  • (Image of Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and Marianne Glick courtesy of the city of Indianapolis.)

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  • (Image of Infosys Technology and Innovation Hub at OneAmerica Tower courtesy of the Indiana Economic Development Corp.)

    Infosys to Add Texas Tech Hub

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  • The parent of St. Vincent is St. Louis-based Ascension.

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    • (Image of Infosys Technology and Innovation Hub at OneAmerica Tower courtesy of the Indiana Economic Development Corp.)

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    • Trine says students can earn money for completed products.

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  • Education

    • (Image of Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and Marianne Glick courtesy of the city of Indianapolis.)

      Volunteer-Focused Award Goes to Marianne Glick

      A well-known central Indiana entrepreneur and philanthropist is being honored by the Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee. Marianne Glick, who spent 25 years leading Glick Training Associates, an Indianapolis-based company she founded in 1986, is the winner of the 2018 Charles L. Whistler Award. The honor is the organization's most prestigious award for a community volunteer. Glick is the current chair of the Glick Family Foundation board and president of the board of...

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    • Trine says students can earn money for completed products.

      Trine University to Open School of Computing

      Trine University has announced plans to open a School of Computing in the fall of 2019. The new school will be placed in a planned $8.5 million expansion to Fawick Hall on the university's main campus in Angola. The School of Computing will include current computer and software engineering courses and a revamped computer science and information technology major that will include cybersecurity, health informatics and web development tracks. 

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    • The company's footprint extends throughout the Midwest, Plains States and beyond.

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

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      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.

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    • (Image courtesy of Indiana University.)

      Don Brown to Headline Life Sciences Presentation

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      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. 

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    • (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.

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  • Ag INnovation

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

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

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

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    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

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  • Suresh Garimella

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  • Tom Easterday and Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch

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  • Kyle Steinbrueck and Kayla Bruner

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  • Alexandria Foster and Ben Vandeventer

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  • Bert Sorenson

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

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  • Ashlee Leo

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  • Kyla Krieg

    Ivy Tech Names Workforce Development Consultant

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  • Kevin Wright

    STAR Bank Promotes Wright to Senior VP

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  • Stan Pinegar and Melody Birmingham-Byrd

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  • Jim Zaloudek

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  • Geoffrey Stringer

    Kimball Electronics Director Stringer to Retire

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  • Glenn Maykish

    IMG Appoints Global Head of Products

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  • Allison Allen and Charles Decker

    KSM Makes Promotions

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  • Steve Uhey and Casie Towsley

    Barrett McNagny LLP Adds Associate Attorneys

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  • 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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