Pistole 'Coming Home' to Anderson University

Incoming Anderson University President John Pistole says he expects to find the same "sense of mission and focus" at AU as he has experienced leading the Transportation Security Administration. Pistole will leave the TSA at the end of the year.

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Report Details Gains in Life Sciences Sector

Report Details Gains in Life Sciences Sector

A new report on innovation investment in the life sciences sector shows Indiana is ahead of the national average. The study, commissioned by BioCrossroads, suggests philanthropic support for research, technology commercialization funding and angel...

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Axle Maker Growing in Indiana

An Elkhart-based trailer axle and brake manufacturer is moving forward with plans to expand in Albion. The Journal Gazette in Fort Wayne reports Dexter Axle Co. intends to add up to 200 jobs in the coming months at its 30-acre Noble County ...

Old National Acquisition Nears Closing

One of the last remaining hurdles has been cleared in Evansville-based Old National Bancorp's (Nasdaq: ONB) acquisition of a Michigan bank. Shareholders of Founders Financial Corp. have approved the merger, which is valued at $88 million.

Event Could Help 'Redefine' Indy

An event Thursday in Speedway aims to generate ideas about how Indianapolis can use creative resources to "redefine" itself. IndyHub and Achieve's INDY REDEFINED conference will take place at the Dallara IndyCar Factory in Speedway and feature spe...

Herff Jones Unveils NBA Championship Rings

The San Antonio Spurs have received their 2014 National Basketball Association Championship rings, created by Indianapolis-based Herff Jones Inc. Masters of Design, which was acquired by Herff Jones in 2009, made the team's rings for four previous...

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Everything is a Marketing Piece

"We don't have to worry about the language in this," the client opined. "It's a proposal, not a marketing piece." That's a deadly comment I've heard far too many times.

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