• WEB EXCLUSIVE: 1-on-1 With 'The Big O'

    Inside INdiana Business talks to Oscar Robertson after being selected as one of 16 sports legends that will be immortalized in a life-size bronze statue at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis' Sports Legends Experience opening in the spring. "The Big O" also discusses growing up in Indianapolis and some of his Crispus Attucks High School teammates who made history in 1955 as the first all-black high school in the country to win a state title.

  • WEB EXCLUSIVE: Tamika Catchings Talks 'Sports Legend' Honor, Love For Indy

    Former Indiana Fever star Tamika Catchings will forever be remembered for her exceptional accolades on the hardwood and in the community. The 10-time WNBA All-Star talks to Inside INdiana Business about being honored as one of 16 sports legends that will be immortalized in a series of bronze statues at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis' Sports Legends Experience set to open in the spring. Catchings also opens up about her love of Indianapolis.

  • New Gen Con CEO Talks Future In Indy, 50th Anniversary

    Gaming industry veteran David Hoppe has been Gen Con LLC's president since May and will take over as chief executive officer at the conclusion of 2017's historic convention. Inside INdiana Business got an exclusive interview with Hoppe to talk about the future of Gen Con in Indianapolis.

  • The New Crossroads: Talking IoT with John McDonald

    Here's to the kick-off of this podcast we’re calling The New Crossroads. Why The New Crossroads? Because the crossroads of America -- the home of our show -- has become the crossroads for connected devices in The Internet of Things. Our podcast is designed to bring together industry leaders and tech innovators working to connect people and resources through the Internet of Things. In this podcast debut we interview Clear Object CEO John McDonald to discuss how IoT is changing indu

  • WEB EXCLUSIVE: Tips For Making Tech Workforce More Diverse

    Indianapolis-based Quantifi Chief Executive Officer R.J. Talyor suggests what tech companies can do to increase diversity in the workplace.

  • WEB EXCLUSIVE: Port Partnership Could Double Bulk Business

    In a move that Ports of Indiana Chief Executive Officer Rich Cooper says can be a "game-changer," California-based Metro Ports will next month become the new bulk terminal operator at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor. Cooper predicts the agreement with the 165-year-old company, which was approved Tuesday, could double bulk cargo business at the port within the next five years. The operation will be Metro Ports' first outside of the East, West and Gulf coasts.

  • Culture Matters: Arcamed Fusing Culture with Manufacturing

    In the newest edition of Culture Matters, we introduce you to Arcamed. The Central Indiana manufacturing company produces orthopedic trays and cases, and has placed an emphasis on workplace culture. Disocver how Arcamed has infused culture that's not traditionally found in the manufacturing industry.

  • Huffington Pushes Work-Life Balance

    The keynote speaker at the fifth annual Indiana Conference For Women in Indianapolis is emphasizing the importance of "putting on our own oxygen mask first." Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington spoke to more than 1,500 business and community leaders at the event, which is the largest of its kind in the Midwest. Huffington sits down with Inside INdiana Business to talk 'work-life balance'.

  • Donaldson's Honored For 50 Sweet Years

    The owner of Donaldson's Finer Chocolates in Lebanon is being honored by the state. George Donaldson received the Distinguished Hoosier Award today as part of the 50th anniversary of his purchase of the business. The honor recognizes Hoosiers who have "brought admiration and respect to the state" through their accomplishments and character. Inside INdiana Business talks to Donaldson and Lieutenant Governor Eric Holcomb. 

  • Bart Peterson Talks Irsay YMCA

    The CityWay YMCA in downtown Indianapolis is celebrating a major donation and new name. In honor of the gift from Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay, the facility will be known as the Irsay Family YMCA and bear the team's horseshoe logo. Eli Lilly and Co. Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs Bart Peterson talks to Inside INdiana Business about Irsay and the impact his gift will have on Marion County.

  • Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay talks to the media.

    Irsay Says YMCA is Part of Bigger Play

    Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay says a major donation to the CityWay YMCA is part of his ongoing commitment to "generating big-time business growth" downtown. Irsay says he is looking at working with developers to potentially bring hotels with "additional Colts presence" to the area surrounding the stadium.

  • Carrie Henderson, president of the Indy Chamber's Business Ownership Initiative, talks to Inside INd

    Indy Chamber Business Ownership Initiative Looking to Grow Regionally

    The head of the Indy Chamber's Business Ownership Initiative says a grant announced today will provide an economic spark in the area around 16 Tech, the centerpiece of the city's tech strategy. During an interview with Inside INdiana Business, Carrie Henderson said the chamber is looking to grow the strategy by thinking regionally.

  • Indiana Pacers President Rick Fuson at the groundbreaking for the Sports Legends Experience set to o

    Pacers President Talks Sports Legends Experience at Indianapolis Children's Museum

    Riley Children's Health Sports Legends Experience is set to open at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis in the spring of 2018. Work officially began September 1 on the $35 million project, which will offer sports experiences featuring organizations including the Pacers, Colts and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Inside INdiana Business caught up with Indiana Pacers President Rick Fuson to talk about the Pacers involvement with the project.

  • Phil Mickelson at Crooked Stick for 2012 BMW Championships.

    Carmel's Mayor on BMW Impact

    The PGA Tour's BMW Championships is underway at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel. Mayor Jim Brainard says the event will draw thousands of people and millions of dollars to the city.

  • BMW Co-Chair: Partnerships Are Key

    The PGA's BMW Championship continues at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, and a tournament co-chair says corporate and community support are driving the event's success. John Crisp says the tournament has attracted more than 100 corporate partners and 2,300 volunteers. He says, despite weather challenges, "attendance has been great."

  • Former ITT Tech Employee Learned of School Closing Via Email

    After more than 50 years, Carmel-based ITT Educational Services Inc. has announced it is permanently shutting down. The company says the "overwhelming majority" of more than 8,000 jobs have been eliminated. Inside INdiana Business reporter Mary-Rachel Redman caught up with a former ITT employee to talk about the closure.

  • Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett at the the official ground breaking of the Sports Legends Experience

    Mayor Hogsett Talks Community Impact of Sports Legends Experience

    Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett says the Children's Museum of Indianapolis' Riley Children's Health Sports Legends Experience will "transform the community that surrounds it." Work officially began today on the $35 million project, which will offer sports experiences featuring organizations including the Pacers, Colts and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Listen to more of what Mayor Hogsett told Inside INdiana Business about the new addition to the Children's Museum.

  • Hotel Tango Artisan Distillery is expanding its production facilities to second location off 16th st

    Hotel Tango Artisan Distillery Co-Founder Talks Expansion

    A longstanding building on the near east side of Indianapolis will soon have new life. Indianapolis-based TSV Properties is partnering with Hotel Tango Artisan Distillery to redevelop the Tinker House building for office and commercial use. Inside INdiana Business sat down with  Brian Willsey, co-founder of Hotel Tango, to talk about the new space.

  • $21M Rail Warehouse 'Asset' to Indiana

    The parent company of Venture Logistics says the new $21 million Venture Rail Warehouse and Distribution Center on the south side of Indianapolis will be an asset for the state. Jack Schwarz with Indianapolis-based Schwarz Partners LP says the 406,000 square-foot rail-to-truck facility, a partnership with Indiana Rail Road Co., will help make Indiana more competitive. Schwartz and Indiana Rail Road Co. Chief Executive Officer Peter Mills talked about the potential impact.

  • Former Indiana governor and senator Evan Bayh.

    Former Indiana Governor, Senator On Tech Industry

    Former Indiana governor and senator Evan Bayh talks to Inside INdiana Business during his visit to downtown Indianapolis-based Emarsys. He discusses the growth of the tech industry and what it means for Hoosier jobs.

  • Image of John Gregg (left) and Eric Holcomb (right) courtesy of the Indianapolis Colts.

    Holcomb, Gregg Focus on Agriculture, Rural Communities

    Gubernatorial candidates John Gregg, a Democrat, and Eric Holcomb, a Republican, discuss some of the top issues facing agricultural stakeholders and Hoosiers in rural communities.

  • Founder of Dulead one of keynote speakers at 2016 FailFest

    FailFest 2016: Dulead Founder Eric Hiler

    Indianapolis-based Dulead is a technology company focused on working with businesses on continuous leadership development. Its founder, Eric Hiler, shared insight on how failure can lead to personal growth at this year's FailFest.

  • Failure a Reality Even For a Super Bowl Winner

    A National Football League player-turned pizza chain developer says broken relationships in his personal and professional lives have taught him to set expectations ahead of time to stay on the same page in any kind of partnership. Brandon Gorin, who won two Super Bowls with the New England Patriots, is area developer for Marcos Pizza in the Indianapolis market.

  • Anderson University hosts its seventh Colts Training Camp

    Anderson Mayor Talks Colts Training Camp

    For a seventh straight year Anderson University will host the Indianapolis Colts. Anderson Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr. breaks down the economic impact of hosting NFL training camp.

  • Octiv CEO Talks Expansion

    TinderBox announced Monday that it has changed its brand identity to Octiv. The tech company, which provides service sales productivity solutions says it plans to add several high paying jobs in Indianapolis.

  • Tastings Rolls Out its New Vintage Wine Truck

    Tastings in Indianapolis has unveiled its new wine truck, which owner Ross Bailey says fills an unmet need in the market.

  • Indianapolis Urban League President Discusses Equal Opportunity Luncheon

  • Determine Inc. CEO on Relocating Tech Company's Global Headquarters to Carmel

  • Lilly CEO Reflects on Lessons Learned

  • Joe Journeyman: Part One

    Two Indiana childhood friends, author David Bazzoni and artist Jed Bruce, reunited after 13 years apart, have created "Joe Journeyman,"  a search and find children's book featuring a fictional character who has played for all 32 NFL teams.
  • Joe Journeyman: Part Two

    Part two of Joe Journeyman continues. This portion spotlights David Bazzoni and Jed Bruce's licensing deal with the NFL, their nonprofit Joe’s Kids, and Jed is reunited with his former art teacher.