Swarbrick: 'Not Worried,' Despite Challenges

University of Notre Dame Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick says college sports will continue to face a "rocky road," but he is confident schools will work through the challenges. He says the value of intercollegiate athletics is too great to go away.

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Purdue Receives Neil Armstrong Papers

Purdue Receives Neil Armstrong Papers

The widow of the first person to walk on the moon has given Purdue University papers from her late husband. Neil Armstrong's papers date back to his elementary school years and are valued at nearly $3.5 million.


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Indiana Senate Announces Committee Assignments

Senate President Pro Tem David Long (R-16) has unveiled standing committee assignments for the upcoming legislative session. The Senate leadership team includes Majority Floor Leader Brandt Hershman (R-7) and Majority Caucus Chair Jim Merritt (R-31).

Indy Software Provider Adds Colorado Company

Indianapolis-based Archway Technology Partners LLC has announced an agreement to acquire a Colorado company. The deal involves WealthTouch Holdings Inc., a financial reporting technology business.

WorkOne Announces South Bend Hiring Events

WorkOne will hold two hiring events Tuesday in South Bend. Press Ganey Associates Inc. and the Ray & Joan Kroc Corps. Community Center will be looking to fill multiple positions.

Therapy Game Developer Gaining Momentum

An Indiana University emotional video game startup is progressing toward commercialization. EmotEd LLC has partnered with Indianapolis-based DeveloperTown to create a model to help potential investors grasp the vision of the technology.


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Viability of The Life Settlement Market

While life settlements are by no means a new option for investors - the market has existed for over two decades - in the most recent years we've seen an uptick in popularity as awareness around them continues to grow.

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