The Indiana Business Confidence Index is near its lowest level in three years, but also suggests an uptick in employee loyalty. Walker Senior Vice President Bruce Kidd says the vast majority of survey respondents are proud to work for their company.
12/6/2013 6:07:29 PM
A statewide coalition is starting an initiative that includes training veterans for manufacturing careers. The Alcoa Foundation is providing funding for the training classes in Evansville, which begin next month. Those classes will take place at t...
12/6/2013 3:52:47 PM
A hotel near Indianapolis International Airport is receiving a $1.5 million renovation. Pennsylvania-based Nexus Hospitality, which owns Wyndham Indianapolis West, has contracted Metro Resources LLC of New York for the project.
12/6/2013 3:34:01 PM
Purdue University is losing another leader. Chief Financial Officer Al Diaz will take a similar position at Marymount University in Arlington, which he says will allow him to be closer to his family. The announcement comes the same day Provost Tim...
12/6/2013 3:47:58 PM
Indiana University's board of trustees has approved the first bachelor's degree program to be offered jointly by all regional campuses. The online Bachelor of Applied Science program is designed for students who are already working but want to adv...
12/6/2013 9:55:42 AM
AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) has completed improvements to nine mobile Internet sites in the state. The upgrades expand 4G LTE coverage in parts of Marion and Hancock counties.
Lawyers have a reputation for being party-poopers. But this time of year we are especially called on to be Grinches of workplace fun. It could be, perhaps, that our shoes are too tight. Or it could be that our heads aren't screwed on just right. But the most likely reason of all... is definitely not that our hearts are two sizes too small (because everybody knows lawyers don't have hearts).