• Image courtesy of the Northeast Indiana Building & Construction Trades Council.

    New Leadership for Skilled Trades Coalition

    A coalition of Allen County educators and businesses which wants to highlight career opportunities for young people in skilled trades is getting a new name and new management. But its mission remains the same. Previously known as the Gateway Coalition, it’s now called the MadeByMe Coalition. As part of the transition, Greater Fort Wayne Inc, that areas’ chamber of commerce, now runs the operation. 

  • Jamal Smith is the co-founder of the InnoPower Conference.

    Inaugural Conference to Focus on Diversity, Inclusion

    A two-day conference kicking off Friday is designed to promote a more diverse and inclusive innovation ecosystem in central Indiana. InnoPower Conference Co-founder Jamal Smith says the goal of the event is to create a platform to give everyone a seat at the table to bring their innovative thoughts and energy and create the access that traditionally hasn't existed. The event will feature a variety of local and national speakers, as well as a pitch competition and the InnoPower...

  • The event will culminate with a gathering on Georgia Street in downtown Indy. (photo courtesy of Indyfluence)

    'Indyfluence' Seeks to Retain Talent After Graduation

    A group of top companies and organizations in Indianapolis is collaborating on a first-of-its-kind service and community day, which takes place today. The inaugural Indyfluence aims to encourage more college students to stay in Indy after graduation. Organizers say they want to showcase unique community-focused opportunities to hundreds of interns currently working in Indianapolis. As part of the event, about 430 interns from several Hoosier companies will work together...

  • Photo courtesy of Lokator Pitching Academy

    Former MLB Pitcher Receives Tech Investment

    The Community Ideation Fund, part of Indianapolis-based Elevate Ventures, has invested in a former Major League Baseball pitcher and his concept of using big data to train baseball and softball pitchers. Although financial details were not disclosed, Steve Stemle says he aims to learn how to charge fees for using his software, a strategy known as Software-as-a-Service.

  • The new OrthoIndy will be located at 1579 Olive Branch Parke Lane in Greenwood

    OrthoIndy Clinic to Open in Greenwood, Add Jobs

    OrthoIndy has announced plans to open a new urgent care and physical therapy facility in Greenwood.The company says up to 20 jobs will be created when the facility opens in September. 

  • Purdue Hosting Apollo Anniversary Events

    Purdue University is hosting a series of events today through Saturday to commemorate when Purdue alumnus Neil Armstrong became the first man to set foot on the moon July 20, 1969.  The events include an airing of “Armstrong,” a space author meet and greet, food vendors and K-12 STEM activities. 

  • (rendering courtesy Balfour Beatty/ Purdue University)

    Crave Food Hall Coming to Purdue

    An 8,000 square-foot food hall will open next month on the first floor of the Aspire at Discovery Park apartment complex on the west side of the Purdue University campus.

    The university says Crave Food Hall will feature nine vendor stalls offering coffee, gelato, pizza, burgers and more. The space will also be highlighted by Kevin Sbraga, winner of "Top Chef" season 7, who is opening Sonny & Son's Hot Chicken in the new space.

  • Two Indiana Teachers Eligible for $1M Prize

    Two Hoosier high school skilled trade teachers are among 50 from across the country named as semifinalists for the 2019 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence. The teachers and their school's trade programs are eligible for a share of $1 million in total cash awards.

  • Photo Courtesy of the Kokomo Tribune/Tim Bath

    Medical Company Moving into Miami County Shell Building

    Hilo Property Development has announced plans to purchase a Miami county-owned shell building. The Kokomo Tribune reports more than $44 million in will be invested into the facility to house a medical manufacturing company that officials say will employ around 40 people. The company hasn't been named yet, but it is reported that operation could start in November. The move follows approval from the Miami County council of $2.75 million in funding to build the shell building ...

  • New Director Chosen for Regenstrief Institute

    A new director has been chosen to lead the Indiana University Center for Aging Research at the Regenstrief Institute. Susan Hickman will be only the second director in the center's history. She is a clinical geropsychologist focused on older adults and their quality of life. 

  • (photo courtesy of Lutheran Health Network)

    Ground Broken on Lutheran Downtown

    Fort Wayne-based Lutheran Health Network is celebrating the beginning of construction for its new hospital in the city's downtown. The $120 million Lutheran Downtown Hospital is expected to be complete in late 2021.

  • Tech

    • (Image courtesy of Purdue University.)

      Study: Indy Tech Salaries Higher Than Other Professions

      A new report shows tech salaries in the Indianapolis metropolitan area far outweigh those in other sectors. The study from Business.org says the area has an average tech salary of just over $82,000, compared to an average salary of more than $49,000 for all other occupations. The website used the most recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for 100 metropolitan statistical areas. The Indy area's average tech salary for 2018 is a nearly 3 percent increase over the...

    • Kerauno acquires Inverse-Square in July 2019

      Indy Tech Company Continues to Grow

      Indianapolis-based software company Kerauno continues to expand its portfolio. The company just announced the purchase of another Indianapolis software company, Inverse-Square. 

    • (rendering courtesy of DroneDek)

      DroneDek Aims to Create 'Mailbox of the Future'

      An Indianapolis-based entrepreneur is looking to bring the "mailbox of the future" to residents. DroneDek aims to make drone package delivery a reality through the combination of a landing pad mailbox and a smartphone app. Chief Executive Officer Dan O'Toole says he came up with the idea for DroneDek while driving on a rural Indiana road, seeing a drone flying by and wondering where packages being delivered by drones would end up. He filed for a patent within a week, which...

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  • Education

    • (rendering courtesy Balfour Beatty)

      Crave Food Hall Coming to Purdue

      An 8,000 square-foot food hall will open next month on the first floor of the Aspire at Discovery Park apartment complex on the west side of the Purdue University campus.

      The university says Crave Food Hall will feature nine vendor stalls offering coffee, gelato, pizza, burgers and more. The space will also be highlighted by Kevin Sbraga, winner of "Top Chef" season 7, who is opening Sonny & Son's Hot Chicken in the new space.

    • Two Indiana Teachers Eligible for $1M Prize

      Two Hoosier high school skilled trade teachers are among 50 from across the country named as semifinalists for the 2019 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence. The teachers and their school's trade programs are eligible for a share of $1 million in total cash awards.

    • New Director Chosen for Regenstrief Institute

      A new director has been chosen to lead the Indiana University Center for Aging Research at the Regenstrief Institute. Susan Hickman will be only the second director in the center's history. She is a clinical geropsychologist focused on older adults and their quality of life. 

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  • Manufacturing & Logistics

    • Tire Maker To Open Whitestown Facility

      Georgia-based Maxxis International USA is planning a 350,000 square foot distribution facility in Whitestown. The company has not announced financial details, but says the facility is expected to house 55 employees. 

    • The facility could be build within the River Ridge Commerce Center.

      Jeffersonville Being Considered for CBD Plant

      California-based Layn USA could soon establish operations in southern Indiana. One Southern Indiana, the economic development organization and chamber of commerce for Clark and Floyd counties, says the company has signed a purchase and sales agreement with the River Ridge Development Authority for a proposed $52 million CBD manufacturing facility. The project, the company says, would have the capacity to process a minimum of 5,000 tons of hemp biomass each year. As part of the...

    • Photo courtesy of MXD Process

      MXD Process Considering Return to Jeffersonville

      Kentucky-based MXD Process, a manufacturing company founded in Jeffersonville, may return to the city. The company says it is considering leasing a new facility, an $1.8 million project contingent on the Jeffersonville City Council’s approval of incentives, that could to create 40 new jobs. MXD Process, formerly Mixer Direct, is a manufacturer of industrial mixers, stainless steel tanks and batch control systems that automate mixing operations...

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  • Life Sciences

    • (Image courtesy of Elanco)

      Elanco Acquisition Moves Forward

      Greenfield-based Elanco Animal Health Inc. (NYSE: ELAN) is one step closer to adding to its portfolio. Shareholders of Aratana Therapeutics Inc. (Nasdaq: PETX), voted overwhelmingly in favor of proposed $245 million purchase by Elanco.

    • Elanco is headquartered in Greenfield.

      Report: Elanco, Bayer in Merger Talks

      Just four months after finalizing its split with Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY), Greenfield-based Elanco Animal Health Inc. (NYSE: ELAN) is reportedly in talks with Germany-based Bayer over a possible merger with its animal health division. According to Reuters news service, the two companies are working with banks to ensure any merger would receive regulatory approval. Elanco was part of Lilly for six decades until it was spun off into an independent public company last fall.

    • Eli Lilly Announces Leadership Changes

      Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) has announced several changes to the company's executive committee. Mike Harrington is retiring from his positions of senior vice president and general counsel at the end of the year. Senior vice president and president of Lilly Bio-medicines, Christi Shaw, is leaving Lilly at the end of August, and will be succeeded by current president and general manager of Lilly Japan, Patrick Jonsson. 

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  • Health

    • New Director Chosen for Regenstrief Institute

      A new director has been chosen to lead the Indiana University Center for Aging Research at the Regenstrief Institute. Susan Hickman will be only the second director in the center's history. She is a clinical geropsychologist focused on older adults and their quality of life. 

    • (photo courtesy of Lutheran Health Network)

      Ground Broken on Lutheran Downtown

      Fort Wayne-based Lutheran Health Network is celebrating the beginning of construction for its new hospital in the city's downtown. The $120 million Lutheran Downtown Hospital is expected to be complete in late 2021.

    • (Image courtesy of Elanco)

      Elanco Acquisition Moves Forward

      Greenfield-based Elanco Animal Health Inc. (NYSE: ELAN) is one step closer to adding to its portfolio. Shareholders of Aratana Therapeutics Inc. (Nasdaq: PETX), voted overwhelmingly in favor of proposed $245 million purchase by Elanco.

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  • Ag INnovation

    • Jamal Smith is the co-founder of the InnoPower Conference.

      Inaugural Conference to Focus on Diversity, Inclusion

      A two-day conference kicking off Friday is designed to promote a more diverse and inclusive innovation ecosystem in central Indiana. InnoPower Conference Co-founder Jamal Smith says the goal of the event is to create a platform to give everyone a seat at the table to bring their innovative thoughts and energy and create the access that traditionally hasn't existed. The event will feature a variety of local and national speakers, as well as a pitch competition and the InnoPower...

    • The facility could be build within the River Ridge Commerce Center.

      Jeffersonville Being Considered for CBD Plant

      California-based Layn USA could soon establish operations in southern Indiana. One Southern Indiana, the economic development organization and chamber of commerce for Clark and Floyd counties, says the company has signed a purchase and sales agreement with the River Ridge Development Authority for a proposed $52 million CBD manufacturing facility. The project, the company says, would have the capacity to process a minimum of 5,000 tons of hemp biomass each year. As part of the...

    • (photo courtesy of the Lt. Governor's office)

      Crouch: Trade Mission Strengthens Mexico Relationship

      Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch says a recent trade mission to Mexico aimed to show that Indiana is open for business. Crouch led a delegation of Indiana agriculture and tourism officials to Mexico this week, which was highlighted by the signing of a letter of intent between Indiana and the Mexican state of Hidalgo. The letter calls for enhanced cooperation between the two states in areas including agriculture, education, and science and technology. In an interview with...

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  • Rob Hoverman

    EnviroForensics Promotes Hoverman

    EnviroForensics has promoted Rob Hoverman to northern midwest regional director. His new role expands his regional responsibilities from Wisconsin to the Northern Midwest Region. Hoverman manages day-to-day operations, oversees technical projects ranging from dry cleaning, manufacturing, and gas station sites, to Brownfields redevelopment funding and litigation support cases. He has over 19 years of experience in the environmental industry.

  • Angela Stromberger and Mark Woolard

    BGBC Welcomes New Hires

    BGBC Partners has named Angela Stromberger (pictured) tax manager and Mark Woolard (pictured) valuation supervisor. Stromberger most recently served as tax manager at Dixon Hughes Goodman in Huntersville, North Carolina. Woolard is originally from Australia and previously served as supervisor at WA Insolvency Solutions in Perth.

  • Rev. Daniel Groody and Jim Morrison

    Notre Dame Promotes Two

    The University of Notre Dame has promoted Rev. Daniel Groody (pictured) to vice president and associate provost. He currently serves as associate professor of theology and global affairs. Also, Jim Morrison (pictured) has been promoted to associate provost for strategic initiatives. He presently serves as assistant provost for strategic initiatives.
  • Jerry Landers

    Landers Appointed to Fire Rescue House Board

    The Fire Rescue House of Madison County has appointed Jerry Landers to its board of directors. He is chief executive officer of Aspire Indiana Health and chief strategy officer of Aspire Indiana. Landers has also served as vice president of finance and business development for the former Center for Mental Health.
  • Andrew Cohoat

    Mesh Systems Adds to Team

    Carmel-based Mesh Systems has named Andrew Cohoat (pictured) vice president of business development. He most recently served in a similar role at DEEM. Also, Stephan Raab has been hired as web/mobile engineer. He previously served as front end developer at Nyhart.

  • Carrie Wood and Sydney Fish

    Borshoff Expands Team

    Borshoff has named Carrie Wood (pictured) senior media planner and buyer and Sydney Fish (pictured) digital account coordinator. Jeremy Albert has also been added to the video team. Wood previously served as senior media planner at Blue 449, while Fish served as social media manager at ZergNet. Albert worked at Think Ahead Studios and has over a decade of film and animation experience.
  • Mark Fisher

    Indy Chamber's Fisher Wins Under 40 Award

    The Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives has awarded Mark Fisher the 2019 40 Under 40 Award. He is chief policy officer for the Indy Chamber. He began his career at the organization as a public policy intern and has served in various capacities throughout his tenure, including director of engagement and interim president of Develop Indy, the economic development arm of the City of Indianapolis.
  • Jackie Myers Thompson

    Hirons Hires Account Director

    Indianapolis-based Hirons has hired Jackie Myers Thompson as account director at its newly announced Chicago office. She has spent the past 20 years at Chicago-based Coppock-Meyers Public Relations, which she co-founded with the late Chet Coppock. Meyers Thompson has written two internationally distributed books and holds a Bachelor of Arts in communication from the University of Michigan.
  • Peter Bjelopetrovich

    Bjelopetrovich Returns to Sheaff Brock

    Sheaff Brock Investment Advisors has announced the return of Peter Bjelopetrovich as vice president and portfolio consultant. He left the company in 2018 to serve as private client advisor and vice president of investments at JPMorgan Chase Bank.  

  • Stephen Kelly

    IN3 Selects President and CEO

    The Indiana Innovation Institute has named Stephen Kelly president and CEO. He most recently served as principal for Sugar River Technology Associates in Burlington, Vt.  Kelly also spent more than 25 years in various roles at Battelle, a research and development organization in Columbus, Ohio. While there, he served as corporate vice president and president of contract research.

  • Jay Reid

    Peoplelink Names CEO

    The Peoplelink Group, based in South Bend, has named Jay Reid chief executive officer. He formerly served as senior VP of the PeopleReady division at TrueBlue. Reid has 23 years of experience in the staffing industry.
  • Cameron Fraser

    RQAW Adds Environmental Specialist

    Fishers-based RQAW has added Cameron Fraser as national environmental policy act specialist. He recently served as site assessment and management/NEPA specialist at the Indiana Department of Transportation. Fraser earned his bachelor of science degree in natural resources and environmental management from Ball State University.
  • Shelly Timmons

    IU Health Names New Leader of Neurosurgery

    The Indiana University School of Medicine and IU Health Physicians have named Shelly Timmons to lead the department of neurosurgery. She previously served at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center as vice chair for administration in the department of neurosurgery and director of neurotrauma.  

  • Lauren Travis

    Bloomington Names Assistant Director of Sustainability

    The City of Bloomington has hired Lauren Travis as assistant director of sustainability in the Department of Economic and Sustainable Development. She most recently served as project manager for Regional Opportunity Initiatives to develop and launch quality of place projects across the Indiana Uplands Region.  

  • Susan Hickman

    Regenstrief Names Director

    Susan Hickman has been selected as director of the Regenstrief Institute's Center for Aging Research. She serves as a professor in the Indiana University School of Nursing and also as co-director of the IUPUI RESPECT (research in palliative and end-of life communicating and training) Signature Center. 
  • Beth Ellis

    Emmis Promotes Ellis to VP

    Emmis Communications has promoted Beth Ellis to vice president & associate general counsel of oration. She previously served as vice president & corporate counsel.

  • Lisa Hershman

    President Trump Nominates Hershman

    President Donald Trump has nominated Lisa Hershman as chief management officer of the Department of Defense. She currently serves as deputy chief management officer, while also performing the duties of the CMO.  Before joining the federal government, she served as founder and CEO of The DeNovo Group in Indianapolis.

  • Allen Platt and Alberta Baker

    Arts Commission Announces Officers

    The Indiana Arts Commission has named re-elected Allen Platt (pictured) chair, Alberta Barker (pictured) vice-chair and Anne Penny Valentine secretary. Platt currently serves as general counsel for Samtec in New Albany. Barker currently serves as vice president and personal trust administrator to 1st Source Bank’s Lafayette wealth advisory services. 

  • Kevin Todd

    Westfield Mayor Promotes Todd

    Mayor Andy Cook has promoted Kevin Todd to director of community development. He previously served as senior planner. Todd has been with the city for fifteen years and played an integral part in the planning and implementation of the Grand Park Sports Campus and the Grand Junction District in downtown Westfield. He is a graduate of Anderson University and holds a Masters of Urban and Regional Planning from Ball State University. 

  • Mark Alesia

    Indiana State University Adds Acclaimed Journalist

    Former Indianapolis Star journalist Mark Alesia has been named as university communication director at Indiana State University.  Alesia will lead the development and implementation of the university's strategic communications and will provide strategic communication support to the president. He earned  the Indiana Journalist of the Year prize in 2018 for his part of the story of Larry Nassar and sexual abuse in USA Gymnastics. 

  • Al Skinner and Steve Lavin

    NCAA Names Commissioners

    The NCAA has chosen Al Skinner (pictured), Steve Lavin (pictured), Gary Waters and Tim Miles as commissioners for College Basketball Academy sites. Skinner will serve in the west region, Lavin in the west, Miles in the south and Waters in the midwest. Developed in response to NCAA reforms in college basketball, the academies are designed to supplement existing recruiting opportunities while giving recruits a glimpse of what they can anticipate as a college student.
  • Jerry Peirson and Mark Baltz

    Basketball Hall of Fame Elects Officers

    The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame has named Jerry Peirson (pictured) president and Mark Baltz (pictured) executive vice president of its board of directors. Also, Ray Pavy has been named treasurer and Donna Sullivan secretary. Peirson previously served as head coach at Cowan High School before coaching career at Miami of Ohio. Baltz worked as an NFL official for 25 seasons. 

  • Amit Dogra

    Sanctuary Wealth Names CXO

    Sanctuary Wealth has named Amit Dogra chief experience officer. He previously served as CEO of Third Seven Advisors. Prior to that, Dogra was managing director for HighTower Advisors. He is a nationally recognized executive, industry thought leader and frequent contributor to such outlets as Yahoo! Finance, Financial-Planning.com and CityWire.

  • Miles Sterrett and Sean Lavies

    Olio Names Director, Promotes Lavies

    Olio has named Miles Sterrett director of engineering and has promoted Sean Lavies to chief technology officer. Sterrett has over 13 years of software engineering experience most recently serving as partner at Fretless in Indianapolis. Lavies previously served as senior software engineer.

  • Rebecca Loeffler

    Loeffler Joins Littler

    Littler has has named Rebecca Loeffler as counsel in its Indianapolis office. She most recently served as government litigation section chief in the Office of the Indiana Attorney General. Loeffler received her juris degree from Valparaiso University School of Law, her M.S. from Purdue University and her B.S., summa cum laude from Mount St. Joseph University.  
  • Gabrielle Owens

    IDVA Hires General Counsel

    The Indiana Department of Veterans’ Affairs has hired Gabrielle Owens as general counsel. She formerly served as counsel for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute where she supervised the regulatory compliance division. She is the daughter of a retired United States Air Force Colonel.
  • Erin Monroe and Scott Crutcher

    ONI Adds Two to Evansville Team

    ONI Risk Partners in Evansville has hired Erin Monroe (pictured) as employee benefits account manager and Scott Crutcher (pictured) as employee benefits advisor. Monroe previously served as director of group benefits for Crosspointe Insurance Advisors. Crutcher most recently served as human resources manager for employee benefit administration at Vectren.

  • Melissa Hicks

    IU Health Tipton Hospital Promotes Hicks

    IU Health Tipton Hospital has promoted Melissa Hicks to chief nursing officer. She previously served as interim CNO. While serving in that role, Hicks also served as director of nursing operations. She earned her doctorate in nursing practice and nursing leadership from the University of Indianapolis this year. Hicks is an Indiana University-Kokomo nursing program graduate.  

  • Joaquim Nally

    Centier Bank Names Branch Manager

    Centier Bank has appointed Joaquim Nally as branch manager of its Carmel branch. Nally has nearly 10 years experience in banking and retail management. He will be responsible for maximizing growth, revenues and client satisfaction. 

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    • Inaugural Conference to Focus on Diversity, Inclusion

      A two-day conference kicking off Friday is designed to promote a more diverse and inclusive innovation ecosystem in central Indiana. InnoPower Conference Co-founder Jamal Smith says the goal of the event is to create a platform to give everyone a seat at the table to bring their innovative thoughts and energy and create the access that traditionally hasn't existed. 

    • Hub & Spoke Aims to Fuel 'Purpose and Passion'

      The co-founder of a $16 million mixed-use development in Fishers says the facility aims to have the biggest social impact possible. Officials broke ground Tuesday on Hub & Spoke, which will consist of a design center, coworking space and makerspace when completed. David Decker says the project is the first of its kind in the nation and seeks to help people find their purpose and passion and tie that into their vocation.

    • I on Economic Development: Qualified Opportunity Zones

      The 2017 federal tax reform package included the creation of qualified opportunity zones, or QOZs – distressed areas that offer tax benefits for developers and other investors. They were hailed as a potential economic boon... but how has Indiana’s economy fared so far in taking advantage of QOZs? And what does the future look like?

    • Inside INdiana Sports: Indy Thunder

      Later this month, the Indy Thunder from Indianapolis will be off in pursuit of a fourth straight national championship. But this team is different: it is comprised of the blind and visually impaired. The Thunder are the three-time defending champions in the World Series of Beep Baseball, a game modeled on baseball. Coach and General Manager Darnell Booker has more on their trip and about the game.

    • I on Education: Purdue Polytechnic High School

      Purdue Polytechnic is getting ready to open a second campus this school year for grades nine and ten. Their goal is to provide high-quality education to underrepresented student groups and increase the diversity of both students entering Purdue and workers in high-wage IT, Science and Engineering roles. Head of Purdue Polytechnic High School-Indianapolis Scott Bess has more on the second school.

    • Business of Health: Jane Pauley Community Health Center

      Indianapolis native and legendary network broadcaster Jane Pauley was in Indianapolis this week to celebrate the opening of another community health center named after her. Among the services offered at the Jane Pauley Community Health Center is mental health help. CEO Marc Hackett explains why this offering is unique and important to her.

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    • Pacers' Rick Fuson Talks 'Nothing But Knit'

      Pacers Sports & Entertainment and members of the 2021 NBA All-Star Local Organizing Committee board today announced the first event leading up to the 70th NBA All-Star Game that will take place at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on February 14, 2021. The program is called "Nothing but Knit" and calls upon the community to knit or crochet navy blue and gold beanie hats that will be part of the official uniform for volunteers and frontline hospitality...

    • Culture Matters: Royal United Mortgage

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      Because I run a background screening company, you might be surprised when I confess that there’s a huge inherent flaw in background screening. The flaw isn’t in our services or our people, both of which are remarkably thorough. The problem is that a background screening captures a moment in time. Whether you screen someone as part of the pre-employment process or check on their background a decade after you’ve hired them, even the most effective background screening...

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      Purdue Among 'Top Colleges That Pay Off'

      With the ever-increasing cost of higher education, college students and their parents want to ensure they’re getting a good value for that diploma. A new report from CNBC seems to indicate that students who choose Purdue University will indeed get a return on their investment, especially those who choose engineering. 

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      IU Health Names New Leader of Neurosurgery

      The Indiana University School of Medicine and IU Health Physicians have named Shelly Timmons to lead the department of neurosurgery. She previously served at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center as vice chair for administration in the department of neurosurgery and director of neurotrauma.  

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      Roche VP on List of Influential Women Executives

      An executive with Roche Diagnostics has joined an exclusive list of prominent and influential women, including Oprah Winfrey and Serena Williams.  Cindy Carlisle, Vice President of Human Resources at Roche Indy, was named to Savoy Magazine’s 2019 Most Influential Women in Corporate America. 

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      Fort Wayne city officials hope a new 136-room hotel overlooking the city’s minor league ballpark will be a big hit for the economy. A ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for Thursday morning at the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton. Merrillville-based developer White Lodging Services Inc. built the hotel adjacent to Parkview Field and the Grand Wayne Convention Center.