Fort Wayne Expanding U.S. Paralympic Sport Club

Fort Wayne has broken ground on a $14 million facility that will serve as a training, development and event center for athletes with disabilities. Turnstone CEO Nancy Louraine hopes it will become a regional destination for U.S. Paralympic athletes.

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Pence Names Dozens to Boards, Commissions

Pence Names Dozens to Boards, Commissions

Governor Mike Pence has announced more than 30 appointees to statewide boards and commissions. They include the Workforce Innovation Council, Natural Resources Commission and Charter School Board.


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USI Breaks Ground on Griffin Center

The University of Southern Indiana has broken ground on a multi-million dollar conference center. The university says the $5.75 million, 12,700 square-foot Griffin Center will meet the need for more meeting and conference space on campus.

Indy Tech Company Adds Sales, Marketing Operations

Indianapolis-based CloudOne Inc. has acquired some of a French tech company's North American operations. The deal involves the sales and marketing businesses of Sodius Corp.

Engineering Company Calls Research Park Home

An automotive engineering firm has located to the Purdue Research Park. VAP Systems LLC, which eventually plans to employ 20 in West Lafayette, develops technology for light and heavy-duty vehicles and serves as a strategic consultant to suppliers...

'Best Places' Applications Open

Applications are now available for the annual "Best Places to Work in Indiana" program. In May, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce honored 100 companies.


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Say Yes to The Dress And Grooming Requests?

In light of a steady rise in religious discrimination charges, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently issued guidelines regarding the application of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to religious dress and grooming practices.

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