This week's panel of INsiders, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Partner Andy Gruber, Author Peter Dunn and Julie Bingham of First Person Inc., discuss momentum in the Indiana economy, continued growth in the craft beer industry and much more.
8/29/2014 8:26:43 AM
A partnership involving one of the state's largest car manufacturers and two universities is taking aim at the skills gap. The Advanced Internship in Manufacturing program consists of students taking classes at Vincennes University and Purdue Univ...
8/29/2014 7:38:57 AM
A deal with an Indianapolis-based development group has saved Anderson's historic Wigwam gymnasium from the wrecking ball. Our partners at The Herald Bulletin report Black and White Investments LLC and Pinebrook Properties LP will convert p...
8/29/2014 7:40:46 AM
Indiana State University is asking the state Commission for Higher Education for $64 million to expand and upgrade a building for its College of Nursing, Health and Human Services. The school says it needs more room to meet the state's emphasis on...
8/28/2014 10:55:12 AM
A company based at the Purdue Research Park has landed $150,000 from the National Science Foundation. The funding will support Animated Dynamics Inc.'s efforts to develop technology to study the behavior of cells.
8/28/2014 3:31:49 PM
Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann has announced eight communities will receive grants to eliminate blighted and abandoned homes. The Blight Elimination Program funds are drawn from the $221.7 million in Hardest Hit Funds allocated to Indiana.
You know the excitement that grows as your team puts together one thrilling victory after another? That's the powerful momentum I feel among my team right now. The economy has turned and we're getting win after win thanks to key business decisions, including an expansion into Ft. Wayne. Some people may be thinking, "Why Ft. Wayne?" It's an easy answer.