Incubator Targets Food Entrepreneurs

Ivy Tech Community College is taking steps to support aspiring food entrepreneurs. The school's culinary arts program has created an incubator for students who want to make it in the food business. and is also planning a student artisan marketplace.

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Taylor Satellite Finally Launches

Taylor Satellite Finally Launches

After three delays, a rocket carrying a small satellite designed by Taylor University students has launched. The school says the spacecraft blasted off Friday afternoon and deployed the satellite shortly afterward.


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Unemployment Rate Continues Downward Trend

Indiana is reporting its lowest unemployment rate in nearly six years. The state's March rate was 5.9 percent, down from 6.1 percent in February. Indiana added 3,200 private sector jobs last month.

Ceremony to Mark $22 Million Apartment Complex

A ribbon cutting for a $22 million luxury apartment complex is set for Thursday in Fort Wayne. Steeplechase at Parkview, which is part of Indianapolis-based Flaherty & Collins Properties' portfolio, features 264 units.

Sports Franchises Increase Corporate Support

Two professional sports teams in the state have announced new business partnerships. The Indiana Pacers say First Financial Bank is the new naming rights holder for the lower suite at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Also, Indiana Members Credit Union has...

EPA Seeks Online Feedback on Proposals

The Environmental Protection Agency says Indiana businesses and individuals have until May 9 to submit online comments about proposed regulations involving coal-fired power plants. The measures would limit carbon emissions for new plants.


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Liability For Environmental Damage Does Not go Away

"The past is never dead. It's not even past," wrote William Faulkner is his novel "Requiem for a Nun." It is true in personal relations and politics. And it's also true in business, even if a company is long gone from the scene.

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