Comedian-Turned Entrepreneur Scott Long

Standup Comedian Scott Long interviews business and community leaders in central Indiana on 'The Indy Podcast.' He is also helping teach humor to local celebrities, comics and business people trying to become more interesting speakers.

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CEO: Tech Secret is Out in Indiana

CEO: Tech Secret is Out in Indiana

The chief executive officer of marketing software startup DemandJump LLC says Indiana is no longer "a diamond in the rough" when it comes to the technology sector. The company is planning to invest more than $1.2 million to grow in Carmel, and add...

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AM General Scores Another Production Deal

After a series of layoff announcements last year, South Bend-based AM General LLC has recently been on a roll. The manufacturer has secured a $373 million military contract involving Humvee sales to multiple foreign governments.

IPL to Break Ground on Battery Storage Facility

Indianapolis Power & Light Co. will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday for a battery storage facility it says will save customers more than $3 million over 10 years. Governor Mike Pence and Mayor Greg Ballard are set to take part in the event.

Cummins Joins IUPUI for School Partnership

The IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI has announced Columbus-based Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) will support an IT program for high school students. Cummins will donate funding and encourage employees to mentor and tutor Indianapolis Pub...

Goshen College Adds Electric Vehicle Charging Station

Goshen College has announced the addition of an electric vehicle charging station on campus. School officials say the charging station is the result of a $5,000 grant that the college received from NIPSCO in 2013.

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Writing to Impress Rarely Makes a Good Impression

I remember the sales rep quite well. Eager to make a good impression with a potential advertiser, he talked about his interest in architecture. He gestured at the structure across LaSalle Street and said, "I think that building has a particularly beautiful 'fah-sayd'."

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