• Insiders: Colts Coach, General Assembly Midpoint, IoT Tenants

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week we’re sounding off on a stunning turn of events for the Indianapolis Colts, we’ve reached the midpoint of the Indiana General Assembly and tenants have been announced for the state’s first Internet of Things Lab.

  • Colts Coach Search Back On

    It’s back to the drawing board for the Indianapolis Colts after the top choice to become the team’s next head coach backed out of a deal. We get perspective from Colts Analyst Mike Chappell on what’s next after the stunning developments.

  • KAR Getting Into the Mobility Game

    Carmel-based KAR Auction Services Inc. says its latest deal puts it in a leadership position in the mobility space. The company has acquired San Francisco-based STRATIM, which develops fleet management software for the on-demand car, ride sharing and autonomous vehicle markets.

  • Mimir Plans Expansion

    The founders of Mimir developed their flagship product while they were students at Purdue, and now instructors are using it at more than 80 universities worldwide. The company’s CEO discusses the software, and how it helps improve computer science education.

  • Amish May Hold the Key to a Longer Life

    An Indianapolis Hematologist has discovered a gene mutation in the Amish that leads to longer lives. In the Business of Health, we take a closer look at a big study into this anti-aging gene.

  • PNC CEO on Racing, Banking and the Midwest

    Pittsburgh-based PNC Financial Services Group is expanding its brand with a major IndyCar sponsorship. CEO Bill Demchak stopped by Studio(i) this week to talk about the sponsorship, banking and the Midwest economy.

  • Inside the Statehouse

    We have reached the midway point for the 2018 Indiana General Assembly.  Leadership from the Indiana Chamber discuss winners and losers at the Statehouse, and what to expect next.

  • Costello Closing Deals

    Software that helps sales reps navigate key conversations in the moment is gaining some traction. The founders of Costello talk plans for a downtown Indianapolis expansion and new jobs.

  • IoT Lab Unveils Tenants

    Another milestone for the new space being built to lead Internet of Things innovation in Indiana. The Indiana IOT Lab in Fishers revealed its first tenants, and Founder John Wechsler gives us the inside scoop.

  • Insiders: Smoking Bill Collapse, Tourism Up, Tiny Homes Coming to IMS

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound offon the smoking bill that collapsed, tourism is up in Indy six consecutive years and tiny homes are coming to the IMS.

  • BSU at the Games Headed to South Korea

    Five Ball State University students are headed to South Korea to be part of an international media contingent. Two students explain how they’ll cover the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. 

  • Nelbud Selects Indy for HQ

    Nelbud Services Group, which merged with Indianapolis-based 360 Services in 2015, officially made Indianapolis its permanent headquarters this week.

  • New Girl Scouts Leader

    The Girl Scouts of Central Indiana has a new CEO, who has dedicated her career to education, including as a college dean and a principal. In (i) on Education, how Danielle Shockey plans to bring more STEM to the Girl Scouts.

  • IU Health Launches Foundation

    IU Health has launched a new foundation with the goal of helping to make Indiana one of the healthiest states in the nation. In the Business of Health, leadership from IU Health explain how they’re going to do it.

  • Indy Children's Choir Lands Big Gift

    The Indianapolis Children’s Choir is in fundraising mode with its Beyond Measures Campaign to provide children with artistic leadership and programming for years to come. The ICC’s executive director shares brand new details on the campaign.

  • 'New Localism" Book Calls Indy a Leader

    A new book argues that cities and communities have become the country’s problem solvers for issues larger governments won’t tackle. We talk with the co-author of “The New Localism” about why he sees Indianapolis as a leader.

  • Lippert Components Adopts AR Technology

    A traditional RV manufacturer in Elkhart is turning to innovative technology in the product development stage. How augmented reality is helping Lippert Components stay ahead of the curve.

  • State of Tourism

    Indianapolis is on a roll for its convention, sports and tourism business. Just-released record breaking numbers and talk of a major new downtown hotel. Visit Indy CEO Leonard Hoops has the scoop on the State of Tourism.

  • Insiders: Unemployment Rate, Boost for VC, Sunday Sales Bill

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week’s top stories. This week, we’re sounding off on Indiana’s latest unemployment rate, a big venture capital boost for two tech startups and the Sunday sales bill presses forward.

  • Springbuk Lands $20M

    It’s been a big week for Indianapolis-based Springbuk. The employer health data company landed a $20 million round of funding and plans to create100 jobs by 2020.

  • Indy Championships Fund

    The Indiana Sports Corp. says it needs to raise $25 million to support a four-year stretch of major sporting events. Bill Benner sits down with the man leading the Indy Championships Fund.

  • New Logistics, Supply Chain Program

    Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana is providing $100,000 to the University of Evansville to launch a program that aims to close the skills gap. Details on the Logistics and Supply Chain Management…and internships and full-time opportunities with the auto maker. 

  • Opioid Withdrawal Device Receives FDA Approval

    The first device in the world to help relieve the symptoms of opioid withdrawal is now on the market. Innovative Health Solutions’ NSS2 BRIDGEwas created and is being manufactured right here in Indiana. Inside INdiana Business Reporter Kylie Veleta tells us about the one hurdle keeping many from being able to use it.

  • Culture Matters: First Internet Bank

    He is a pioneer in the fintech sector and has been leading First Internet Bank for nearly 20 years. In our Culture Matters segment, we share how David Becker’s entrepreneurial spirit is a very important part of the company’s culture.

  • Sun King Coming to The Yard

    Sun King is the latest to announce plans to locate in The Yard, the new food and entertainment district in Fishers. Sun King Co-founder Clay Robinson tell us why and what to expect next from the state’s second-largest brewer.

  • VisionThree's VR Solutions

    Indianapolis-based VisionThree is using Virtual Reality and other interactive touch applications to help companies with sales, marketing and training. The company recently created VR solution for Dow Agrosciences and Rolls-Royce.

  • Big Week for VC in Indiana

    It’s been a big week for venture capital in Indiana…some even say a monumental week. Two startups, Springbuk & Zylo, land close to $30 million in VC funding. TechPoint CEO Mike Langellier weighs-in on what this means for the tech sector.

  • The Last Mile Inmate Coding Program

    Another effort is in the works to help ex-offenders get back on their feet. Indiana is the second state in the nation to adopt a prison inmate coding program called The Last Mile.

  • Training Ex-Offenders for Middle Skill Jobs

    Every year in Indiana, around 20,000 offenders leave prison and integrate back into the community. The Indiana Department of Correction is directing its efforts at training offenders for high-demand middle skill jobs.

  • New Season, New League for Indy Eleven

    The Indy Eleven start their season in March, with a new head coach, a new league and just maybe a new home. As we go Inside INdiana Sports, President Jeff Belskus has a look at the season ahead.

  • (i) on Economic Development: Amazon, State of the State

    E-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc. has selected Indianapolis as one of 20 finalists to locate its second corporate headquarters. Meanwhile, Governor Holcomb recently delivered his second State of the State speech, placing a heavy emphasis on education and workforce. Perspective on both from leadership at KSM Location Advisors.

  • Hotel Tango Mixing it Up

    Hotel Tango Artisan Distillery is mixing things up outside the bar with the purchase of Hotel Tango Farms and opening of Tinker House Events. We take you inside its newest ventures.

  • Scooch Founders Share Ambitious Goals for 2018

    A decaying, abandoned factory one day, innovative live-work-play district tomorrow. Plans are moving forward for one of Fort Wayne’s most ambitious redevelopment projects ever: Electric Works. We talk opportunities and challenges with some key players.

  • Work Begins on Regional Health Center

    A new model of healthcare is coming to Bloomington. The nearly $400 million IU Health Regional Academic Health Center will be built on IU’s campus bringing together multiple specialties and outpatient services.

  • Electric Works Project Moving Forward

    A decaying, abandoned factory one day, innovative live-work-play district tomorrow. Plans are moving forward for one of Fort Wayne’s most ambitious redevelopment projects ever: Electric Works. We talk opportunities and challenges with some key players.

  • Coop Dreams Helping Veterans

    A local production company is producing content for Discovery and other networks, while helping veterans and their families. The Co-creator of Coop Dreams and Coops for Troops tells us how he hatched the idea.

  • Insiders: State of the State, Indy Tops Nonstop Record, Hoosier Bakery in Spotlight

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on some of the week’s top stories. This week, we're sounding off on the Governor’s State of the State, Indy breaks its nonstop record and the former queen of daytime TV will spotlight a Hoosier bakery. 

  • Indy to Host ECHL Classic

    In the world of sports, he’s known as “The Great One” and Wayne Gretzky is coming back to Indianapolis for the ECHL All-Star Classic. The COO of the Indy Fuel has more on the game and Hall of Fame inductees.

  • Trendiana: Meat + Cheese

    Hoosier restaurants no longer have to look outside the state to fill its charcuterie and cheese boards with artisan meats and cheeses. Our Trendiana segment provides a round-up of some of the best Indiana butchers, farms and creameries.

  • Gleaners Focusing on Fresh Produce

    Gleaners Food Bank is one of eight sites across the U.S. with a fresh produce center. President & CEO John Elliott shares how the organization is delivering produce to more than 40 food banks in seven states, including Indiana.

  • Is Indiana Facing a VC Crisis?

    Could Indiana be on the verge of a venture capital crisis? As more Hoosier tech companies emerge on the scene, some are worried there is less venture capital to fuel their growth. We have perspective from Allos Ventures Managing Partner Don Aquilano on its impact.

  • Indy Chamber on 2017 Jobs, Legislative Agenda

    The Indy Chamber is out with its legislative agenda. Meanwhile, the Indy Partnership has just released its 2017 job creation and investment numbers. Chief Policy Officer Mark Fisher weighs-in on both. 

  • Snapshyft Expanding

    A tech startup connecting bars and restaurants with qualified workers is on the path to growth. Snapshyft is investing nearly a half-million dollars in a new headquarters and adding dozens of jobs.

  • Conner Prairie Debuts New Makers Space Exhibit

    With the new year, Conner Prairie has opened a new space designed to enhance the STEM education experience for children and their families. We check out the new Makesmith Workshop in (i) on Education. 

  • The INsiders: 2018 Legislative Session, Anderson's Positive 2017, Colts' Coaching Search

    Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week’s top stories. This week, we sound off on the hot button issues of the 2018 legislative session, Anderson touting a positive 2017 and the Colts coaching search is full steam ahead.

  • Basketball Day Indiana

    Basketball fans can watch more than 13 hours of hoops action this weekend…from high school and college teams to the Pacers. Details on Basketball Day Indiana.

  • Critical Education Issues in 2018

    From ISTEP to career training to funding – K-12 educators are facing some big challenges in 2018. We look at some of those issues with Chalkbeat Indiana in our (i) on Education segment.

  • Riley Children's New $142M Maternity Center

    The IU Health system is investing more than $140 million to build a new maternity and newborn health center. The president of Riley Children’s Health has more on the major project that will centralize care currently offered at three Indy hospitals.

  • Ivy Tech Launches 5-Year Plan

    Ivy Tech has unveiled an ambitious strategy aimed at helping more than 50,000 students earn degrees and high-quality certifications over the next five years. President Sue Ellspermann explains how.

  • Inside Direct Connect Logistix

    A fast-growing Hoosier logistics company has trucked into new space. We take you inside Direct Connect Logistix’snew $2 million headquarters and talk hiring plans.