• Special Agbioscience INsiders

    The state’s agbioscience sector has been on fire in 2018, from a number of new companies to national events and shows to international trips. We assembled a special INsiders panel to discuss the agbioscience ecosystem in Indiana, successes and challenges that lie ahead.

  • Purdue Football Outlook

    Purdue University football fans have several reasons to celebrate this season. The team is headed to the Music City Bowl, and Head Coach Jeff Brohm is staying! Long-time Purdue insider and Gold and Black.com Publisher Alan Karpick looks at the future of football for the Boilermakers.

  • Inside Hoosier Youth Challenge Academy

    The Indiana National Guard’s Hoosier Youth Challenge Academy helps "at risk" youth by using quasi-military training. In our (i) on Education segment, Major General Courtney Carr explains how the academy is putting graduates into the Indiana workforce.

  • Plans Underway for New Behavioral Hospital

    U.S. Health Vest and Hendricks Regional Health are partnering to create a new behavioral center. In the Business of Health, leadership discusses the immediate need to treat behavioral health and provide addiction treatment services.

  • Trendiana: Distressing Tips for the Holidays

    It’s a fact, the holidays can be stressful! Our Trendiana segment has tips for destressing and recharging this season, all while supporting Indiana businesses.   

  • Smithville's New President

    Indiana’s largest privately held telecommunications company has a new leader. Smithville President Paul Quick shares his vision for the company. 

  • BirdsiVideo Drone Business Growing

    You see them in commercials, on your favorite TV shows, at the malls…drones are all the craze these days. We talk with the founder of Carmel-based BirdsiVideo about delivering aerial imaging and data services coast to coast.

  • MetaCX Secures $14M in Funding

    Former Salesforce Marketing Cloud CEO Scott McCorkle has launched a new startup backed by $14 million in funding, most of it from out of state. He tells us how MetaCX is going to change the way software as a service suppliers and buyers work together.

  • (i) on Economic Development: Taking a Deeper Dive into Site Selection Pt. 4

    In the final part of our four-part (i) on Economic Development series “Taking ?a Deeper Dive into Site Selection” leadership from KSM Location Advisors look at what happens after the location is selected.

  • KAR Auction Makes Big Acquisition

    Carmel-based KAR Auction Services Inc. is growing its international footprint. The automotive remarketing and tech company has acquired Belgium-based online auction company Cars On The Web.

  • Inside the New Institute for Workforce Excellence

    The Indiana Chamber has released the results of this year’s Employer Workforce Survey, and once again it shows companies can’t find enough workers. In our (i) on Education, learn why the chamber’s new Institute for Workforce Excellence can help Indiana become a national workforce leader. 

  • Zimmer Biomet App Innovating Post-Op Care

    After knee or hip replacement surgery, some patients are using technology to get through post-op care, instead of traditional physical therapy. In the Business of Health, learn how the Zimmer Biomet mymobility app on Apple Watch and iPhone is helping patients.

  • INnovators: Flipside Mobile Car Wash

    Flipside Mobile Car Wash has developed a way to wash your car using only a few ounces of water and they’ll come to you! In the Innovators with Dr. K, the company’s founder talks about the on-demand service.

  • Culture Matters: Lessonly

    Indianapolis-based Lessonly Inc. plans to create more than 100 jobs in two years, thanks to a $2 million investment. In this month’s Culture Matters segment, we show you how the company’s space can provide some daily inspiration. 

  • TerraBoost Media Plans Indiana Hub

    It’s health and wellness and advertising rolled into one. We talk with the brothers behind TerraBoost Media, which have their sanitizing displays in more than 15,000 locations nationwide with plans to create an Indiana hub. 

  • Startup Ladies Launching Startup Study Hall Online

    The Startup Ladies, an organization that educates and connects founders and funders, is marking its 4th anniversary and launching an online platform for its very popular Startup Study Hall.

  • In Depth Look at GM 'Reorganization' Indiana Impact

    General Motors plans to lay off thousands of employees and close up to five U.S. factories. How the move could impact GM’s Indiana facilities, and why some are in better positions than others.

  • INsiders: ITIA, 2019 Legislative Priorities, Colts Trending Up

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week’s top stories. This week, we sound off a newly formed tech organization advocating for public policy, the Indiana Chamber is out with its legislative priorities for 2019 and have the Colts turned the corner?

  • Technology Drives Black Friday, Cyber Monday

    Technology will continue to play a big role during the busy holiday shopping season. Indy-based business and tech consulting firm DMI shares tech trends for this season’s Black Friday/Cyber Monday shopping.

  • Larry Bird Museum Plans

    A new museum is being planned in Terre Haute to honor “Larry Legend.” Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett shares details on the only sanctioned Larry Bird Museum, and the expected economic impact.

  • I on Education: EduSource

    Indianapolis-based EduSource develops custom software for clients, with the help of college students they hire as software engineer apprentices.  In our (i) on Education, the company’s founder talks about developing tomorrow’s leaders and the local tech ecosystem through real-life projects.

  • Inside Synapse Sitters

    As a parent of a young son with Autism, an Indianapolis mom wanted to help other families connect with specialized sitters, so she started Synapse Sitters. In the Business of Health, find out how the tech startup is expanding statewide.

  • Agbioscience Innovation Summit Preview

    This year’s Agbioscience Innovation Summit will focus on food and ag tech investment trends, start-up activity and innovation in Indiana and beyond. 

    Speakers from Elanco and the Bee Corp. preview the signature event.

  • Batesville Tool & Die Turns 40

    Batesville Tool & Die has grown to nearly 1,000 employees in its 40 years of business. We talk with the manufacturer's president about its long success, and how its dealing with workforce development challenges.

  • New Software Startup Focuses on Workforce Safety

    A new cloud-based software startup not only wants improve workforce safety, but also increase companies’ productivity while reducing costs. Anvl Co-founder and tech vet Robin Fleming discusses her latest venture.

  • ITIA Bringing Tech Voice to Statehouse

    More than 90 tech leaders from around the state have joined forces to launch the Indiana Technology & Innovation Association. The group’s co-chair shares its mission to push for policies to ensure the state has a strong infrastructure for tech companies to start, enough capital to grow and a pool of talent to sustain and scale. 

  • INsiders: Amazon Decision, Infosys Groundbreaking, Fishers Announcement

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week’s top stories. This week, we sound off on Amazon’s split decision and Infosys breaks ground on its USA education campus in Indianapolis.

  • CityWay 2.0 moving Forward

    CityWay, the 10-acre quality of life neighborhood in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, is already home to a 209-room luxury hotel, apartments, restaurants and retail and office space, and now it’s expanding. We’ll show you how it plans to add to the city’s skyline.

  • Wabash Pres on Fundraising Record

    A $40 million gift has launched Wabash College into the largest fund-raising campaign in its 186-year history. In our (i) on Education segment, President Greg Hess explains the four components of the $225 million Giant Steps campaign. 

  • Indiana Grown Partnering with Schools

    Indiana Grown is working on a new initiative to get fresh, locally grown food into school lunches. In the Business of Health, how a new school food resource guide could help school corporations.

  • Trendiana: Small Town Hidden Gems

    Small town, big flavor. This month’s Trendiana segment serves up some of the best hidden gems along Main Street Indiana.

  • Corteva Leadership Lays Out Plans

    Dow DuPont’s massive new ag division, Corteva Agriscience, will have a major presence in Indiana. Indianapolis will serve as a Global Business Center. We talk with new leadership about its goals. 

  • The Mill Opens for Business

    It’s been called the cornerstone of the Trades District in Bloomington’s certified technology park. New business incubator and co-working space The Mill is now open with designs on boosting Bloomington’s innovation economy.

  • Amazon Makes a Split Decision

    After 14 months in the making, there’s finally a decision for Amazon HQ2. A member from the Indy bid team discusses the good, the bad and what’s next after losing out on the mega jobs deal. 

  • Special Political INsiders on Midterm Elections

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week’s top stories. This week, we put together a special political panel to sound off on the midterm election results.

  • Ball State's New A.D.

    Beth Goetz is only the second female athletic director in Ball State University’s history. As we go Inside INdiana Sports, she details her three goals for Cardinal athletics.

  • Tyler Trent's Doc on His Remarkable Impact

    20-year-old Purdue superfan Tyler Trent has captured the hearts of the nation with his remarkable fight against cancer. He’s using his diagnosis to raise awareness and money for cancer research. In the Business of Health, his Riley Hospital doctor talks about Tyler’s impact.

  • IU President on Banner Year

    Indiana University President Michael McRobbie says it has been a banner year for the university. In our (i) on Education, he explains securing more than $600 million in funding for research and a record $550 million in donations.

  • Amazon HQ2 Update

    After months of waiting, Amazon is reportedly nearing a decision on what will be TWO locations for its second headquarters. Indianapolis is one of 20 finalists for the project, and we have new details.

  • Marian University's Two New Projects

    Marian University is looking to the future with two big projects… a $9 million ethics center and a two-year college that’s a partnership with St. Joseph’s College. Marian President Dan Elsener discusses both. 

  • Scale Computing Scores Funding and Partnership

    Indianapolis IT startup Scale Computing scores $35 million in funding and a new product partnership with tech hardware giant Lenovo. Scale’s plans include lots of new jobs.

  • NIPSCO's Focus on Renewables

    The state’s largest natural gas utility says it’s transitioning to a more affordable and sustainable energy mix, moving away from coal. NIPSCO President Violet Sistovaris has details on a major initiative.

  • Butler AD Talks Hinkle Renovations and B-Ball Outlook

    The college basketball season has tipped off at Hinkle Fieldhouse, as it undergoes another round of renovations. Butler Director of Athletics Barry Collier gives us a look at what’s new.

  • Decatur Township's New Innovation Hub

    Students in Decatur Township now have access to a first-of-its-kind learning space that features advanced technology and work-based learning opportunities. We take you inside the new Innovation and Design Hub.

  • Inside Fiat Chrysler Health & Wellness Center

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is partnering with Indianapolis-based St. Vincent Health on a new health and wellness center that is getting national attention. We tell you about the benefits of this “one-stop shop” for FCA workers.

  • Anderson Welcomes Italpollina

    A former General Motors plant in Anderson is now the home for an Italian agbiosciences company. The CEO of Italpollina explains why it’s the perfect spot for the company’s North American headquarters.

  • F.C. Tucker's Centennial Celebration

    With more than 1,500 agents statewide and over $3.2 billion in sales, F.C. Tucker bills itself as the largest independent residential real estate firm in Indiana, and it’s marking 100 years. Owner and CEO Jim Litten looks back and ahead at the organization.

  • 120WaterAudit Startup on a Roll

    A water quality technology and testing startup is on a roll, garnering international attention after winning a high-profile competition. 120WaterAudit has secured millions in funding and sit downs with the Obama’s.

  • Indy Airport Terminal Marks 10 Years

    As Indianapolis International Airport marks its tenth anniversary, officials are touting a facility that has exceeded expectations.  Indianapolis Airport Authority Executive Director Mario Rodriguez talks about what’s next, including efforts to land more nonstop flights.

  • KSM Site Selection Pt. 3: Quality of Life

    Quality of Life is all the buzz these days. We tell you the role it plays when it comes to site selection. As our “Taking a Deeper Dive into Site Selection” series continues with leadership from KSM Location Advisors.