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Indianapolis-based BDX Indiana has announced plans to bring more than 100 new jobs to central Indiana, with about a third of those going to a planned hemp extraction facility in Westfield. BDX extracts CBD oil from Indiana-grown hemp and is a sister company of Biodynamic Ventures, the largest hemp grower in Indiana. The city says the phase one build-out of the overall $50 million project is expected to begin this month with production to start in December.
Butler Mascot Set to Retire
One of the best-known ambassadors for Butler University is stepping down, all four legs of him, at the end of the current academic year. The university says their furry mascot, Butler Blue III, is ready to retire after nearly eight years of greeting visitors, students and staff.
Indy Airport Showcases New Retail Offerings
Indianapolis International Airport is celebrating the opening of the first wave of new retail offerings. The new stores are part of the airport's multi-year Concessions Refresh initiative, which aims to bring a greater mix of nationally-known brands, such as FAO Schwarz and Vineyard Vines, with more local offerings, including Natalie's Candy Jar and Fountain Square Market. In all, nine new retail stores opened Tuesday morning. In an interview with Inside INdiana Business...
Cyber Security Battalion to be Located in Indiana
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CEO of Knox County Development Corp. Steps Down
The president and chief executive officer of the Knox County Development Corp. has resigned. Kent Utt had held the position for five years. Officials say Utt will continue to work with the corporation’s leadership to ensure a smooth transition going forward.