Citizens Energy CEO Details $20M Reservoir

Citizens Energy Group President and CEO Carey Lykins details plans for a new $20 million reservoir in central Indiana. He says concerns about the region's future water needs prompted the utility to take action.

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Logistics Directory Spotlights Indiana Advantages

Logistics Directory Spotlights Indiana Advantages

The Ports of Indiana has released a resource touting what it calls some of the state's "economic advantages." Indiana Logistics Directory suggests Indiana is ranked in the top 10 among all states in more than 100 logistics-related categories.

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Steel Producer Announces More Upgrades

A southern Indiana steel-processing company is planning another investment at its facility at the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville. VOSS Clark is considering an additional $5 million equipment upgrade to the facility, which is in addition to the $12...

Board of Ed Funds 'Formative' Testing, Elects Leaders

The Indiana State Board of Education has approved $12 million to fund tests to gauge a student's performance throughout the academic year. The "formative assessments" are designed to help teachers prepare students for ISTEP+ testing. The board als...

Citizens Welcomes New CEO

Jeff Harrison has officially started his new role as chief executive officer at Indianapolis-based Citizens Energy Group. Harrison joined Citizens in 2003. He replaces Carey Lykins who is retiring.

Horizon Bank Wraps Up Peoples Merger

Michigan City-based Horizon Bancorp (Nasdaq: HBNC) has completed the $73 million acquisition of another Indiana bank. The deal for Auburn-based Peoples Bancorp and its subsidiary, Peoples Federal Savings Bank of DeKalb County, expands Horizon's fo...

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Grow Your Business: With Humor in The Workplace

Did you hear the one about the highly-motivated and driven individual who faithfully worked eight hours a day, to eventually become a manager and was given the privilege of working twelve hours a day? How about a humorous anecdote that relates to time?

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