Joe Journeyman

A chance meeting reunites two boyhood friends and we have their journey to create “Joe Journeyman,” a children’s book made in Indiana. The search and find book is licensed through the NFL and hits shelves this weekend.

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Cummins, Schneider Electric Again Partnering

Cummins, Schneider Electric Again Partnering

Columbus-based Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) has announced a community service collaboration with global energy management conglomerate Schneider Electric. The partnership involves improving how the companies deal with environmental challenges, technic...

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Kite Realty on a Roll

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Louisiana Company Adds NCA Group

Fishers-based NCA Group Inc. is being acquired by a Louisiana company. Worley Claims Services President Allen Carpenter says the deal is a "transformational transaction" and will expand its commercial footprint. NCA President Jim Pearl will join W...

Exclusive: Boyhood Friends Reunite, Land NFL Deal

This week on Inside INdiana Business Television, we have an exclusive story about an idea, an incredible talent and the power of friendship all coming together to create a business and a product that has caught the eye of the National Football Lea...

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How Long is Long Enough?

When it comes to the optimal length of copy for websites, emails, ads, letters, and brochures, it seems that every businessperson is an expert. The problem is that what most people view as expertise is actually just personal preference or learned prejudice.

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